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Pablo Picasso

Off the Mark

The day Mark Parisi ran into Charles Schulz’ comic strip Peanuts, he immediately wanted to recreate it. Then he started to copy comic strips out of newspapers. [...]

Superhero in the New World

If he was a superhero, Joseph Nowak’s catchphrase would be: “I appreciate that you need my help but I’m in the middle of something.” Bright, bizarre or [...]

Limited Editions Club

In 1929, George Macy founded the Limited Editions Club, publishing finely illustrated books that were limited to 1500 copies and signed by the author or artist. He worked [...]

Art History Repeating

Today a good animator or graphic designer, if he feels like it, has almost the duty to try a certain kind of animation, just to test his own degree of irony and sensitivity [...]

Post Neo Cubism

Long been known in the graffiti scene for his photorealistic works, Miguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes, aka Belin, has begun to adopt elements of cubism for a new experience [...]

The Whimsey Asylum

There are many ways to make a collage — term coined by Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso in the beginning of the 20th century when it became a distinctive part of modern art [...]

Painters in Color

As in the case of Paris Coloré, this time someone found a good reason to color old photos of visual artists in order to make them more close to us, just by reducing the [...]

Pablo

And if Pablo Ruiz y Picasso wakes up one day and realizes everything that happened to his work and his image while he was away? How would the great pride of a Spanish [...]

Good Fella

These are artworks by a good 50% idiot fella — as grandpa said it. A dirty, diligent, insubordinate, laced with nostalgia trait which knows how to push the buttons of a [...]

Conceptual Education

Like most freelance illustrators around the planet, Chiara Ghigliazza is no exception when it comes to give a voice to irony, poetry and love, as in the case of her amazing [...]