Melbourne's Carmel Seymour is showing some new work in "Feels Lichen Home" at Helen Gory Galerie from May 30th to June 23rd. If you're in Prahran on Wednesday, pop into the gallery from 6-8pm for a drink and a chat with Carmel herself! For more details head to www.helengory.com
Credits: Music: Marian Ruzzi y Sr. Amable // Animation: BASA // Illustration: Luis Safa caracrimen.com
We really love this clip by Luis Safa and BASA for the single "Una Pieza Mas" by Marian Ruzzi and Sr. Amable. It's dark but incredibly beautiful and fun. Take a look!
French graphic designer/illustrator, Mathilde Aubier creates the kind of work that should be placed on your wall and appreciated by everyone that visits. Her inventive universe is made up of a collection of visual finds, textures, and vintage images that she turns into collages full of humour and warmth. She glues, draws, cuts and brings to life pieces of paper (and pixels), resulting in creations bursting with refreshing inventiveness. Mathilde has produced work for publications such as Review magazine and a variety of solo shows. Make sure you pop over to her website to see more.
If you're a Ghostpatrol fan and you live in Melbourne then you better cancel your plans for friday evening! The Melbourne-based street artists' Cosmic Scale and the Super Future exhibition at Backwoods Gallery runs from Friday May 18th to Wednesday 13th June and comprises of five large scale works based on "shapes and forms created in the super future, beyond human kind in the great transformations of matter and dark matter in the cosmos." To find out more head to the Backwoods Gallery website.
Emma Uber's incredible series of pastel portraits involves beautifully detailed faces that blend into backgrounds filled with thick, vibrant strokes, drips and smears of paint. The strong bursts of colour and aggressive strokes set against the soft features and expressionless faces of her subjects leave you wondering who they are and where they came from. Emma sure is one talented little lady!
As far as we're concerned, Art&Ghosts paints and draws like a boss. Her characters are so sweet and whimsical with their captivating eyes, girly frocks and luscious locks. Clearly inspired by surrealism, nature and a child-like mentality, Art&Ghosts has set upon a journey back to her roots, in an effort to reclaim her reserved place in nature. There's an abundance of crazy creatures, little girls and beautiful colours - it's almost as if her works are her very own fairytale world. We suggest heading to her website to see more of her work and maybe even buy some lovely prints for your walls!