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:I think is first time to share #illustrations on my blog but it’s just not possible to skip this beauty. I saw one illustration form Quint Buchholz and I just search to see if there are some other works from him in d network. not that thereare different drawings, illustrations from him, I succeed to make this collection of art works with book as main content, topic.

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..here we go with d collection that I made specially for this blog post, but before that just to mention that he is born in Stolberg near Aachen in 1957 and grew up in Stuttgart. painter and illustrator from ’79 with over 30 books illustrated, internationally awarded, with unique style. soft, dreamy, colored with perfect esthetic. all at all interesting artist if u want to search for that besides this tries new forms,medias of expressions. enJoy ~

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..so, u like this illustration, u like d stories that he make with d books, d surrealistic touch of d view. .. u can leave ur comments below or on :d white b[l]og ::: #facebook page

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:time.to.study

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:I’ll share this post in silence, I am lazy to write, d installation speaks about learning, and learning is listening, not only telling this and that .. time to study!
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:Eva Kotátková, Educational Model: Construction for Sitting, Reading, Writing, Drawing, and Learning, 2009

 

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:no brush please! [1oq]

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This what I saw today is totally amazing. It’s about painting in some very strange style/ technique that I haven’t saw before. It’s about painting without using brushes but d final result is breathtaking. Gravity is her best friend.

First: watch the video. Twenty-five year old, Toronto-based artist Amy Shackleton paints these lusciously drippy paintings without use of a brush or fingers, instead she relies on good old gravity (and occasionally string as a guide) to move the paint slowly across the canvas in delicately controlled pours. The video above captures the somewhat tedious yet brilliant process in detail, as a 30-hour painting session condensed into two minutes. I find this so unbelievably amazing and beautiful. See more of her work here, and you’ll have a chance to see it in person at Art Toronto 2011 in October. (via gizmodo)

I could write here thousands of words for that what she’s doin’ & how much inspiring it is. ..but better to spend d time watching her masterpieces and floathing with d colors that she use in so liquid way that is almost like colorful soul waterfal on her canvases.

Usually she’s inspirated from d nature and very often u can find in her work different landscapes but not rare she combine them with some parts from d city or d civilization. She do this combination of nature & civilization in some totally unique artistique way and u can’t even recognize when she is moving from d first canvas to d second one (and even more..) with d style of painting she’s trying to bring to d viewer one strong message: that there is another world but is in this one!

:rainy autumn days. this colors are playin’ with d content like rain drops playin’ on a foggy window.

Enjoy her work!

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