BUSINESS FOR SATAN – Tattoos, Music, Artworks by Pierre Perichaud

It is unbelievable that I did not mention BUSINESS FOR SATAN until now; Pierre is an enormous talent – to witness in his illustration as well as in his tattoo skills.   While following him since the begging, starting with sweet, dark artworks he developed his unique style through many artworks for bands and brands….

Ricardo Nunes’ Places of Disquiet

At the age of 21 Ricardo Nunes explored the historically overwhelming center of  Lisbon for the first time on his own. The last two years he travelled several times through Portugal, following “old memories of places he might have been” – places he visited with his parents to spend time with distant relatives. He is showing…

It’s summer, it’s hot, it’s Hilo Chen

Hilo Chen is a Taiwanese-American painter and is known for his erotic photorealistic paintings. He studied Architectural Engineering, Chung Yien College, Taiwan and had multiple solo and selected group exhibitions all over the world. His work is in major museum collections throughout the world. Currently presented by Bernaducci Meisel Gallery.

Josh Keyes – One thing is clear, the world has changed

above, Roaming Woods 20″x34″, acrylic on birch panel, 2013 “The variety of animals and odd creatures I have created over the years began to ask where do we come from, what is our story?” Treadmill 24″x30″, acrylic on canvas, 2006 His work has been described as “a satirical look at the impact urban sprawl has…

Albín Brunovský’s surrealistic illustrations

Albín Brunovský was a Slovak painter, graphic artist, lithographer, illustrator and considered one of the greatest Slovak painters of the 20th century. He died in January 1997 in Bratislava, Slovakia The Hložník School, where he studied under Prof. Vincent Hložník from 1955 to 1961, was known for its high artistic and technical preparation in graphic…