Chinese artists Liu Bolin loves hiding himself. Beginning as performance art in 2005, his work includes series titled “Hiding in the City” and “The Invisible Man.” Collected below are several of his performances from the past few years.
The studios release movie posters when a movie is released but sometimes the studio released posters are not as exciting as we want them to be. Internet is filled with designers and artists re-creating their favorite movie posters with their own imagination. Following are some of re-imagined movie posters of some classic movies. Enjoy.
Ashim Shakya, a self-taught artist and musician from Kathmandu, has captured Kathmandu’s current situation in a series of artwork. “Pressurized” below shows the strain Nepalis were living under during the blockade.
Artist Thomas Yang created a special art print for his store 100copies, which is where he combines his love of both art and cycling. For the creative director’s Nepal-inspired print, the compassionate artist designed a man riding a bike with his red cape blowing freely in the wind. The cape itself takes on the shape of Nepal in the spectacular “Ride On, Nepal” piece, encouraging the overwhelmed country to be strong during this difficult time. Most importantly, all proceeds gained from this empowering work of art will be donated to the Red Cross Nepal Earthquake Relief fund. via [Lustik]
Surabh Chandekar from Pune India who currently works in an advertising company in Mumbai completed his Fine Arts education from Abhinav Kala Vidhyalaya in Pune. He comes from a family of theater artists and says his passion for art and painitigs started at the tinder age of 8. We all at Colormunk are fascinated by his work and wanted to share it with the world. Checkout some his art, paintings below and for more you can check out his website at saurabhchandekar.com