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2012-07-31

SUGGESTIVE SURFACE EFFECTS AND PATTERNS IN BAMBOO INSTALLATIONS BY ANNE CRUMPACKER

These suggestive works and installations are realized with bamboo sections by Anne Crumpacker, U.S.A. artist.
This natural material, extremely versatile, it is used in different assemblages typologies by Anne, giving life to patterns effects and sophisticated, very beautiful surfaces.
http://crumpackerbambooart.com/















2012-07-30

THE UNMISTAKABLE GRAPHICS BY KEITH HARING FOR NEWBORNS

Brevi, italian company specialized in infancy products, introduces the new "Keith Haring" collection. In collaboration with Keith Haring Foundation in New York, Brevi can sell in exclusive with Licensing a products line for newborns with Keith Haring graphics in 14 European countries.  Look how beautiful the presentation brochure that shows some Haring works, icon of the contemporary art.
By now my daughter Viola is almost 6 years old, otherwise i would surely to have this products!!!
www.breviart.com






  







2012-07-29

VIVACIOUS PATTERNS AND SUBJECTS IN TEXTILE PRINTS BY LULI SANCHEZ

Lourdes Sanchez (Luli) is an artist and printed textile designer that currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and Merida, Yucatan. She designed prints for the fashion industry for 18 years before setting up her own studio in 2004.
Her beautiful artworks, made with watercolors, are vivacious, rich in colors and very "energizing". On her website you can find a wide prints and patterns gallery, categorized by subject.
http://www.lulisanchez.com/home



















2012-07-28

PATTERNS PAINTED WITH MASTERY INTO 'PSYCHEDELIC GARDENS' BY PATRICIA VAN LUBECK

These paintings with realistic landscapes and alienating atmospheres, rich of patterns and repetitive elements very detailed, are work of Patricia Van Lubeck. Big canvas with great visual impact, realized with care and unbelievable precision, and with a very refined chromatic sensibility.
http://www.vanlubeck.com/













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