King Lagerfeld

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King Lagerfeld is a mixed media by Surj LA which was uploaded on August 17th, 2015.   The mixed media has colors ranging from dark jungle green to platinum and incorporates karl lagerfeld, karl lagerfeld fashion, and karl lagerfeld fendi design themes. Description:  All that glitters is Gold! Karl Lagerfeld in a unique pop art piece, dripping with gold splats! The fashion king with negative space to spare. . . . Continue reading King Lagerfeld

Where The Space Buffalo Roam

Where The Space Buffalo Roam is a mixed media by Surj LA which was uploaded on March 31st, 2016.   The mixed media has colors ranging from ultramarine to gamboge and incorporates starry night, modern starry night, and gold foil design themes. Where the “Space” Buffalo Roam. A new vision on an infinite classic Van Gogh’s Masterpiece… Source: surjartwork.com Where the “Space” Buffalo Roam. A new vision on an infinite classic Van Gogh’s Masterpiece “Starry Night.” In this painting, we have a couple of Buffalo roaming to their destination “unknown.” An empty road, leading to the furthest reaches of the universe. A … Continue reading Where The Space Buffalo Roam

Where The Space Buffalo Roam

Where The Space Buffalo Roam is a mixed media by Surj LA which was uploaded on March 31st, 2016.   The mixed media has colors ranging from ultramarine to gamboge and incorporates starry night, modern starry night, and gold foil design themes. Where the “Space” Buffalo Roam. A new vision on an infinite classic Van Gogh’s Masterpiece… Source: surjartwork.com Where the “Space” Buffalo Roam. A new vision on an infinite classic Van Gogh’s Masterpiece “Starry Night.” In this painting, we have a couple of Buffalo roaming to their destination “unknown.” An empty road, leading to the furthest reaches of the universe. A … Continue reading Where The Space Buffalo Roam

This Is The World’s First Pop Art Bentley

The stuffy Brit shows its lighter side. Source: http://www.carbuzz.com Bentley has commissioned British pop art legend, Sir Peter Blake, to create the world’s first pop art Bentley. Using a Continental GT V8 S as his canvas, Sir Peter’s trademark heart motif and use of collage features striking, but clearly defined, colors. St. Luke’s Blue adorns the doors, boot lid and rear haunches. The hood is finished in Continental Yellow and British Racing Green was used for the lower body and Fuchsia pink was applied to the radiator shell. Continue reading This Is The World’s First Pop Art Bentley

10 works of art that shocked the world

As the Turner Prize turns 30 years old, we look at the formula for controversy and what the work we hate says about our society. Source: http://www.cnn.com The Turner Prize was set up in 1984, founded by a group called the Patrons of New Art. The Patrons of New Art themselves had been formed in 1982 to to encourage wider interest in contemporary art and assist the (then) Tate Gallery in acquiring new works.   It is a controversial event, mainly for the exhibits, such as The Physical Impossibility of Death in the Mind of Someone Living, a shark in formaldehyde … Continue reading 10 works of art that shocked the world

For Better Hallway Vision – Mr Bigg Makk | Artist of New Media

Description:  This piece is called “For Better Hallway Vision”.  It is a reference to the movie “The Breakfast Club”.   It is a quote from John Bender.  Since I love referencing the 80’s, the sunglasses Bender gave to Johnson in the film inspired this piece.  The 1980’s fashion was loud and always over the top…. Source: mrbiggmakk.com Continue reading For Better Hallway Vision – Mr Bigg Makk | Artist of New Media