Kamea Hadar and Defer’s “Paradise Lost.”

After collaborating together on a huge mural for POW! WOW! Hawaii 2014 artists Kamea Hadar and Defer have continued working together on an ongoing project they’ve entitled “Paradise Lost.”  The project will see an upcoming show on Thursday August 7th, 2014 at 1st Amendment Gallery in San Francisco, California and will feature collaborative works on canvas by the two gifted artists.  There will also be murals put up by the team around San Francisco and with future projects scheduled for Los Angeles, Israel and Hawaii.  Continue below for a multitude of awesome images from Kamea and Defer’s murals all the way to the paintings for the upcoming San Francisco gallery show:


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Smithe’s Supercharged Techno Illustrations (And Graffiti).

Some recent work by master of the surrealist, robotic dreamworld Smithe.  See way more below:


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Adam Vinson, Paintings.

The realistic portraits and still-lifes of Adam Vinson follow in the trompe l’oeil tradition, tricking our eyes into believing what we are looking at is real.  But with this Vinson also creates puzzles for the mind as some of the realistic imagery is created from dissections of reality, such as multiple Polaroids placed together to form a portrait.  See more of Vinson’s work below.


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Jeremy Lipking.

Jeremy Lipking’s classical style of figurative, slightly impressionistic paintings sooth the senses.  See more below!


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Supersonic Sponsor: Craftsy’s “How to Draw With Perspective" Free eGuide.

Sponsoring Supersonic Art this week is Craftsy and they’re offering an awesome free downloadable eGuide on "How to Draw With Perspective."

Perspective is one of the most difficult things to deal with while drawing as it’s endlessly frustrating and rules can be easily forgotten or confusing.  I’ve spent years looking at and buying books trying to figure it all out.  Luckily Craftsy has once again come to rescue with it’s brilliant FREE eGuide, “How to Draw With Perspective,” which covers all the basics from vanishing points all the way to drawing ellipses in perspective, with step by step instruction and visual aides.  Craftsy also offers many other interactive classes that never expire.

If you want, head on over to Craftsy and register to download your free Craftsy eGuide, “How to Draw With Perspective.”

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