paintings

Suburban

»Suburban« is a photography, film and installation project created by New York based artist Ian Strange. His work is a radical transformation of a familiar suburban world of detached houses with gardens. In addition, his video shows a massive explosion in slow motion to create a moving statement around Western ideas of home.

'Harvard Street' - Ian Strange 2012
»Harvard Street« – Ian Strange 2012

Lake Road' - Ian Strange 2012
»Lake Road« – Ian Strange 2012

'Corinne Terrace' - Ian Strange 2011
»Corinne Terrace« – Ian Strange 2011

Robots and Donuts

The strange relationship between robots and donuts. American illustrator Eric Joyner is determined to get to the bottom of the mystery, which began somewhere in 2002. On his homepage, Joyner posted an extensive review of his work.

»Jungle Trek«, Eric Joyner, 2011

»Jungle Trek«, Eric Joyner, 2011

»The Lost And Found«, Eric Joyner, 2012

»The Lost And Found«, Eric Joyner, 2012

»The Fog Of War«, Eric Joyner, 2013

»The Fog Of War«, Eric Joyner, 2013

»The Little Genius«, Eric Joyner, 2010

»The Little Genius«, Eric Joyner, 2010

All images © Eric Joyner.

Washington DC

An Atlanta native, Alex Brewer (better known as HENSE) has been working as a visual artist for almost two decades. His free-form paintings and public mural installations are exploding. One of his latest murals, a church in Washington DC, is described as follows: »Hense has recently been painting beautiful abstract non representational paintings for some time, large scale colorful compositions involving texture and intense gestural elements. With a graffiti background and a new contemporary aesthetic Hense is able to effectively transition in scale without losing any of his works potency. Hense completely transforms the church with latex paint creating a monumental installation. Again we see an example of art vs. architecture, where today’s artists are transforming neighborhoods and skylines with murals and paint.« Discover more of it in his News section.

Friendship Baptist Church

Washington DC

Washington DC

Washington DC

Washington DC

Washington DC

Photo Credit Miguel »M.i.G« Martinez

1923 aka Heaven

1923 aka Heaven is one of two animation loops directed by Max Hattler, inspired by the work of French outsider artist Augustin Lesage. 1923 is based on Lesage’s painting »A symbolic Composition of the Spiritual World« from 1923.

1923 aka Heaven from Max Hattler

The second loop, 1925 aka Hell, is based on Lesage’s painting »A symbolic Composition of the Spiritual World« from 1925. It lives here.

Visitors Tunnel

Markus Linnenbrink was commissioned to paint the visitors tunnel at the new JVA (prison) in Düsseldorf, Germany. »Visitor access (for family, lawyers, police…) has to be under ground by law in newly constructed prisons in Germany. This tunnel covers the 40 m (about 132 feet) between the security check in the front building and the visitors area in one of the inner prison buildings«, it says on the website.


»DIEDRITTEDIMENSION«, JVA/Prison 2011, Düsseldorf Rath, Germany


»DIEDRITTEDIMENSION«, JVA/Prison 2011, Düsseldorf Rath, Germany


»DIEDRITTEDIMENSION«, JVA/Prison 2011, Düsseldorf Rath, Germany