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Welcome to the pink pop world of Buff Monster! Happy creatures and awesome patterns and textures all combined to create the cutest visuals, paintings, design toys and installations. The artist has been presented in numerous magazines and websites and currently resides and creates in Hollywood.

“The color pink, a symbol of confidence, individuality and happiness, is present in everything he creates. Buff Monster’s creative endeavors began by putting up thousands of hand-silkscreened posters across Los Angeles and in far-away places. His frequent poster missions developed into a productive street art career, and he now works on fine art paintings, collectible toys and select design projects. He paints on wood, taking great care to create his images as flat as possible, and his work has been shown in galleries worldwide, often accompanied by large installations.”
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Seeing the artwork of photorealist Glennray Tutor is difficult to believe that it is oil on canvas. The details in colors, forms and lighting are simply oustanding! His themes are so attractive to the eye: depicting still life inspired by various toys such as marbles, cars, comics and candy, all waking up memories from the joyful period of childhood.

Make sure to check out his gallery for more breathtaking images!

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What I love in Casey Weldon’s artwork is the nostalgic feeling they bring out, combined with various surreal symbols and concepts that make the viewer look and search deeper.

I quote from an interview the artist did for The Dirt Floor: “It’s hard for me, as I’m sure it is for most artists, to define my work to others, mainly because I want it to be so many things and am not sure what is translating the clearest. My intent is to be narrative, accessible, and hopefully pleasurable to look at. I definitely like to involve a lot of nolstalgic pop references, especially for the more humorous side of my work, but I also like referring to nature and man’s interaction with it. In the end my major goal is to get the viewer to be inquisitive about the painting, either to get the punchline, or make one up on their own. I can only hope that I can be interesting enough for them without being too ambiguous, but still say something without spelling it out. In the meantime, my technical skill is always improving, but has a long way to go before I’m anywhere near satisfied with it.”

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The work of Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist certainly doesn’t remain unnoticed! Strange creatures, a fusion between child and alien, these surreal sculptures provoke a variety of emotions to the viewer due to both their originality and directness.

“For weeks, with great patience and discipline, I cut, paste or prick, following self-imposed rules such as, “all forms in the same rhythm” or “all lines continue onward”. This precision, and the particular materials I choose, help to give my work its alienating yet sensual, tough yet vulnerable character.”
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Magnificent photorealistic paintings primarily inspired by the magical element of water by talented Eric Zener.

Make sure to check out the artist’s site for an overview of his truly brilliant artwork.
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