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…

Oil paintings by Christiane Vleugels

Each new painting unveils a certain aspect and makes it clear to me that I have chosen the right path in life. A life in which I have yet to learn and give so much. This is why none of my paintings carry a certain message or political statement. The sole purpose of my work…

Cesar Santos’ syncretism

“Can you combine Rembrandt, Caravaggio and Hello Kitty? Cesar Santos can.” – Juxtapoz Cesar Santos was born in 1982. He studied at Miami Dade College, then attended the New World School of the Arts. He then completed the “Fundamental Program in Drawing and Painting” at the Angel Academy of Art in Florence. Santos combines both,…

Photorealistic Paintings by Mitch Griffiths

Inspired by the light and composition of Old Masters paintings, but concerning 21st-century British society, Mitch Griffiths oil paintings are a symbolic statement for the “transient and throwaway nature” of contemporary culture. Rehab Born in Nuneaton in 1971, his passion for drawing came early. His Diploma in Graphic Design and his Higher National Diploma in…

Maxime Taccardi Artworks

Taccardi’s art is disturbing and fascinating, beautiful and ugly at the same time. The “french-born” artist is using parchment, ink and his own blood to express what is on his mind. “I started to create my ‘visions’ in university because I had more time to draw and let my imagery emerge from my mind.” –…