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2013-07-31

MONTHLY VISUAL INDEX - JULY 2013

Collage with July's posts. Thanks to all!


DELICIOUS PATTERNS INTO DO-IT-YOURSELF JEWELS BY SARAH KATE BURGESS

Sarah Kate Burgess is a jewelry designer from U.S.A. who has received a Master of Fine Art at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2002, specializing in metalworking. She subsequently taught and held numerous seminars and conferences about her work in the United States.
Her work has been included in numerous books and magazines. Burgess has exhibited her work both in the United States and internationally.
Her is a constant drive to obtain objects of art from things of everyday life. Her research aims to discuss current concepts of preciousness, value, fatherhood, fit and function.
The accessible nature of jewelry and wearable art objects is accentuated when using familiar objects, materials or manufacturing methods.
On her blog you can also find some wonderful tutorials and patterns to make jewelry with craft paper and fabrics, with lovely patterns.
Here i show you some very nice examples.
http://adorneveryday.blogspot.it/














2013-07-30

REFINED MONOCHROME PATTERNS INTO GRAPHIC ILLUSTRATIONS BY JULES JULIEN

Jules Julien is an illustrator who lives and works in Paris, but his artworks are commissioned and published all over the world.
I really like his  refined use of the patterns, sometimes totally black and white, sometimes combined with refined shades of colors.
http://julesjulien.com/

















2013-07-29

PSYCHEDELIC GEOMETRIC PATTERNS INTO ARTWORKS BY DANNY IVAN

Danny Ivan is a Portuguese artist and visual designer: his artworks struck me for reps with infinite variations, almost psychedelic, and vibrant color combinations. On his Flickr page you can see a lot of his crazy creations.
http://www.flickr.com/photos/54359539@N05/with/7160336818/
http://society6.com/DannyIvan















2013-07-28

GEOMETRIC PATTERNS INTO BEAUTIFUL CANVASES BY ALEXANDRA DUPREZ

Alexandra Duprez is a French artist. Born in 1974 in Quimper, she has lived and worked  at Douarnenez for many years. During a one-year stay in Australia, she discovered the Aboriginal painting and it was love at first sight. On her return, she studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Quimper.
Her works, mainly realized in oil on board, as well as drawings and watercolors, are full of textures and geometric patterns, beautiful, irregular and almost alive thanks to the material painted.
Since 1998, Alexandra regularly exhibits her works in art galleries in Paris, Brussels, Bergen.
http://www.alexandra-duprez.fr/










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