Kim Dong-Kyu is a Korean based illustrator who’s got a very good sense of humour. In his series of re-interpreted famous paintings, Dong-Kyu put a twist of on these iconic images with modern technologies to give us all a nice little chuckle.
Bernard Aubertin decided to produce a series of “fire-paintings” for his project at the Palais de Tokyo. These “fire-paintings” are fashioned from matches, which leave only traces of smoke and charred wood for a beautiful piece of work in the end.
Canadian painter James Wyper is well-known for his live painting performances in support of arts and cultural groups. “I see a painting as the record of a performance, and I like to share the performance with others. Painting for an audience encourages risk-taking which doesn’t necessarily occur when I’m alone in a studio”, he says.
Ian Davenport‘s “Puddle Paintings” are amazing. The product when finished is absolutely beautiful. But also seeing the process of it just looks not only like fun, but could stand as a piece of work itself.