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The Scribble Shop Blog - Artist

The Scribble Shop Blog - artist

Rene Magritte's Son of Man Costume
Have you started planning your Halloween costume yet? As creative scribblers who enjoy art and DIYs, why not try making costumes inspired by famous paintings and works of art?
Posted by:
Lzahn, on October 18th, 2013 at 1:41am. No Comments
paper bird, paper, birds, heron, Diana Beltrán Herrera
One of the great things about being creative and artistic is taking everyday materials and transforming them into something new and unique. Diana Beltrán Herrera does just that with paper.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on October 2nd, 2013 at 10:29am. No Comments
Categories: Art
pumpkin sculpture, pumpkin carving, expressive pumpkin faces, Ray Villafane
What's great about pumpkin carving is you really have total freedom to get creative. Well, Ray Villafane takes pumpkin carving ten thousand steps farther. He sculpts some of the most expressive faces ever to grace the Halloween icon.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on October 6th, 2012 at 10:23am. No Comments
Categories: Art, Holiday
Joan Salo, Untitled, pen on canvas
Living and working in Barcelona and Berlin, Joan Saló uses pen on canvas to create her gorgeous untitled series. These pieces focus more on color than shape, and boy are those colors beautiful.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on October 1st, 2012 at 12:47am. No Comments
Categories: Art
Nina Surel, Antonia, detail, mixed media, art, artist
A mixed media treat for the art and fashion fan alike! Argentinian mixed media artist Nina Surel sets an example for crafters everywhere by using buttons, lace, porcelain, costume jewelry, and more to create beautiful and complex works of art.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on September 6th, 2012 at 12:34am. No Comments
Categories: Art
Pablo Picasso, cubism, portrait, artist style, seated woman
Flowers. Bowls of fruit. Women in fancy dresses. While the number of painting subjects is endless, the same themes seem to pop up over and over again. But no matter how many times a vase or a house gets painted, it will always be unique because of that artist’s style and vision. It’s not so much always what you paint, but how you paint it. A really fun thing to do is play with artistic style and explore the many ways you can interpret the same subject.
Posted by:
Lzahn, on August 24th, 2012 at 10:27am. No Comments
Categories: Art
Aakash Nihalani, tape art, street art, colorful masking tape

When I think of tape, I usually think of the scotch variety to wrap presents. But to Aakash Nihalani, tape is a medium in its own right, and he’s been taking it to the streets.

Posted by:
Lzahn, on August 21st, 2012 at 11:17pm. No Comments
Categories: Art
One in a Villamil-lion

In her Ina Installation, New York based artist Grace Villamil breathes new life into barren white rooms with a bit of floral magic.

Posted by:
Lzahn, on August 17th, 2012 at 12:10am. No Comments
Categories: Art
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