Monthly Archives: March 2009

Outer Worldly Artwork of Saddo

Posted at 11 am on March 31, 2009 by

Posted in: Ink Illustration, Painting, Watercolour Illustration

Trained at the University of Art and Design in Cluj Napoca, Romania, and currently living in Berlin, Saddo (real name Raul Oprea) has an immense collection of art to his name. He specializes in surreal, bright and intricate characters and scenes, using a range of mediums including watercolour, acrylic paint, pencils and marker pens. As for materials, Saddo prefers plain paper, but has been known to work with wood, canvas and street surfaces.

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Street Art of Christian Guémy AKA C215

Posted at 11 am on March 23, 2009 by

Posted in: Street Art

I had the privilege today of talking to Christian Guémy, who goes by the pseudonym C215, a street stencil artist, considered by many to be France’s answer to Banksy. You may have seen his work in your city. Christian has travelled extensively across the globe to instill his work into various cultures, including Istanbul in Turkey, Dakar in Senegal, Brooklyn, Morocco, London and New Delhi.

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Line Drawings of Tyson Roberts

Posted at 8 pm on March 20, 2009 by

Posted in: Ink Illustration, Linear Illustration

The linear work of Tyson Roberts has an exciting raw quality, yet is also aesthetically soothing. From a home studio in Seattle in the US, Tyson uses only Sakura Micron fine point pens as ink (also used by featured artist Nick Sirotich) to create these drawings, with acid free and cold press paper, which he says responds well to the ink. A variety of resources is used to create his drawings:

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