When you first consider The Sea, a series by South African artist Philip Barlow you would think they were blurred photographs rather than oil paintings of beach life. Continue reading →
A house that looks alive and jolly is not only possible in cartoons. This fanciful one-of-a-kind architectural piece was built in Braunschweig (or Brunswick), Germany at the beginning of the millennium. The main culprit for the Rizzihaus was the Brooklyn pop-artist James Rizzi, famous for his characteristic chromatic pop-art genius. Continue reading →
Located in the lush hills around Kaipara Habour in the country known as “The land of the long white cloud” a.k.a New-Zealand, Gibbs Farm is a privately owned estate that is open to the public to showcase many artworks including those by Neil Dawson, the creator of the sculpture you see above. The estate was bought by successful New-Zealand businessman Alan Gibbs over 20 years ago…
Undoubtedly, this does intend look like someone photoshopped in cartoon sketch of a piece of tissue into a beautiful lush New-Zealand. Makes you wonder, is this supposed to be real-life being drawn into the realm of cartoon animations or cartoons being brought into reality. either way, it would be kinda cool if either of them happened.