Bordalo II – Froehlicher Tucan

One of our favourite street artists Bordalo II is now in Northern Europe where he just finished working on a brand new piece entitled “Froehlicher Tucan.” The Portuguese artist gathered local trash and found materials to create another unique and innovative piece.

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Joram Roukes – Various Paintings

Joram Roukes was born 1983 in Lelystad. Currently working from my studio in Groningen, the Netherlands. Roukes is currently at the moment pushing a predominantly international artistic career. His oil paintings are reflections on daily life situations in western society, filtered and reassembled in a collage-like manner. Roukes’ work has been shown throughout Europe with shows in Copenhagen and London.

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Nick Smith – Pantone Swatch Recreations

Artist Nick Smith playfully arranges various Pantone swatches to re-create the most iconic paintings ever created such as “Girl with a Pearl Earring”, the “Mona Lisa”, and “The Scream”, to name a few. Using a carefully planned out batch of colors, the pictures are still extremely recognizable and resemble a fair amount like 8-bit art.

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Nasa Funahara – Masking Tape Paintings

Japanese oil painting major Nasa Funahara from the Musashino Art University used layers of colorful masking tapes to create wonderfully detailed versions of famous paintings for a recent series of work. The series includes recreations of iconic paintings such as Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Vermeer’s Girl with a Pearl Earring, among many others.

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Shintaro Ohata – 3D Sculpture Paintings

Japanese artist Shintaro Ohata currently has two new sculptural paintings on view at Mizuma Gallery in Singapore. Ohata paints vibrant figurative sculptures and places them in the foreground of similarly styled paintings to create unity amongst the pieces.

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Bradley Hart – Injections

Artist Bradly Hart creates pixelated photorealistic paintings by injecting different colours of paint into each pocket in a roll of bubble wrap. This painstaking method of working creates some of the most beautiful images we’ve ever seen.

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