unoduesei:

carlos serrao // smoke bomb

unoduesei:

carlos serrao // smoke bomb

asylum-art:

 

Mike Gamble

Linocut on paper

Mike Gamble is a super dope artist. Randomly stumbled upon him, like everything that I find, and his art amazed me. He uses a traditional style called woodcut, where he basically carves his image out of a sheet of wood and paints on top and presses paper on it. Crazy right. All his stuff is pretty abstract and a little strange. Love it. check his work below.

Basically, if you’re not familiar, wikipedia says, 

is a relief printing artistic technique in printmaking in which an image is carved into the surface of a block of wood, with the printing parts remaining level with the surface while the non-printing parts are removed, typically with gouges

 

womenandwanderlust:

More women, more wanderlust…

asylum-art:

Acacia Johnson

her series ‘Aialik’, Acacia Johnson explores northern environments, wilderness, and the human relationship to nature. The images present a mysterious, ethereal world of water and mist inhabited solely by women.

Photographed throughout the course of a summer in Alaska’s Kenai Fjords National Park, Aialik captures the dreamlike quality that Acacia Johnson finds so prevalent in northern places. She states: “These images allow me to draw viewers into this world of surreal wetlands, shaping their own distinct narratives about these women, their lives, and their world.”

asylum-art:

Ed Chapman mosaics

Artist Ed Chapman creates pop culture mosaic portraits images using broken pieces of tile, stone, torn paper, and in the case of David Bowie – shattered vinyl records. His Hendrix made from guitar picks might just be his masterpiece.