Paintings by Osaka, Japan based artist Nobuo Takanashi. The paintings often feature bags or animals on or near the young women’s heads for critiques on social stigmas. See more work below!
Sponsoring Supersonic this week is Craftsy and they’re offering you all a chance to not only win a Prismacolor Premier Mixed Media Set but also a free Craftsy Art Class of your choosing. Just register with Craftsy for your chance to win!
Craftsy offers stunning online classes for creatives of any kind, with topics ranging from Sewing all the way to lessons on drawing Perspective. These classes never expire and you can visit and revisit them any time you like. Having had a chance to take several myself, I found Craftsy to be an invaluable resource and wishing they had always been around.
A lucky winner will win a free Prismacolor Premier Mixed Media Set which contains: 48 Prismacolor Premier colored pencils, 12 Prismacolor Verithin colored pencils, 12 Prismacolor watercolor pencils, 6 Prismacolor Premier Stix woodless colored pencils and 1 mini metal sharpener and is a $130 dollar value. The winner will also get to choose a Craftsy Art Class of their choice! (Craftsy classes can cost up to $50)
(Craftsy will choose a winner randomly one week from today.)
Some really nice illustrations from Allison Boesch, an illustrator from Richmond, Virginia. See more of work below!
Recent work from artist Monica Ramos (Previously on Supersonic) which includes paintings, illustrations and sculptures. See more of her work below:
Casey Weldon will have a spectacular set of new paintings on display starting tonight, Thursday August 7th, 2014, at Roq La Rue in Seattle, Washington for his show entitled “Novel Relic.” Working to evoke nostalgia in his viewers, Casey’s work often takes the strange and mixes it with pop culture, resulting in a one of a kind style. These set of paintings see Casey particularly focusing in on technology and nature.
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