I should have known. That this would happen. I started preparing for this artist. Did this. Did thus. Committed a fair amount of time in studying his work. Studying is not accurate. Having fun oggling. (Is that how you spell oggling. Seems like their should be more g’s in it.) And I realized that I have written a brief review of his work before. (I did this with Natalie Shau but she may be favourite modern artist.) Maybe its his name. Its got unusual things jutting out in it. Its fun to say. As is his work. Check out Yerkaland.
This is a post I’ve been meaning to make for a while, though it’s less a post than a picture. It’s the product of an afternoon of boredom sketching by my husband and I. All sketches were based on the following premises: What if there was a candy war? What if there was candy war propaganda? The picture below is based on the first thing I drew.
More to come eventually. Happy Holidays.
I really like this!
In recent days, we’ve spent some time getting re-addicted to Delicious. For those of you who don’t have an account, we suggest you get one! Over the years, Delicious has become a staple for finding inspiration, solving problems, and the simple enjoyment of discovering amazing new things.
The latest of our amazing discoveries are the Surreal Illustrations of Ryohei Hase.
There are many things that make this artist great (to say the least) but it’s his use of melancholy characters put in to a state of intense chaos that really got us. Feelings of depression, desperation, panic, vulnerability, grace and strength erupt from his images and we don’t mind one little bit… Bring it on Ryohei Hase!
– Teddy Romance