Stunning (Often Dark) Surreal Illustrations of Chris B.Murray
Philly-based artist Chris B. Murray creates illustrations that blend the best of both worlds: soft, beautiful imagery with sometimes disturbing and dark themes. Murray has worked with tons of big brands and companies including the New York Times, Machinima and The New Yorker, and he also has an impressive collection of personal projects inspired by his youth in the Adirondacks as well as his interest in graffiti and hip-hop culture. Human subjects, winter scenes, wildlife, and hunting culture are recurring elements of his work and his media media pieces are simultaneously painterly and graphic.
Keira Knightley photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for Interview Magazine (September 2014)
memes i want back:
Cut the shit, Ernie.
i thought i left my ipod in the theater so we went back to look for it and i couldn’t see so i turned on my ipod to give me some light so i could find my ipod do u see where this is going because i did not
Sculpture by Kate Macdowell
I’m taking a class in which the teacher is an asshole who is so sure of himself, genuinely believes he knows a little of everything but he says so much nonesense, so many wrong facts and disseminates urban legends as truth. He evaluates us focusing minimal aspects intead of point that are actually relevant to the course. And he is LITERALLY just a PE teacher, why did they deem this man qualified to teach entrepeneurship at a university???
Designer Alexandra Khitrova Discovers a New Career through Her Stunning Fantasy Concept Artby Christopher Jobson on May 17, 2014. The reaction online and off was swift, and Khitrova soon found herself working on increasingly complex drawings as she suddenly began to get commissions. Now, only a year later, she is already working with a team of writers and artists on a feature film.
Antoine Cordet is a young painter who lives in Paris. Having started with graffiti and studies in Architecture and Furniture Design, he decides to dedicate itself completely to the painting. He work with acrylic on canvas and try to define the incomprehension of this world that sometimes finds it surprising with a mix between realism and abstraction.
- Why your books are alive
- Mr. Carpin’s Game
- Clean is the vase
- Doctor’s cigarette
- Little Soul Weapon
I took my cat on his first walk yesterday