Jesus Perea is a visual artist from Spain whose work is something completely open and changing. He used to work on painting and has focuse in digital and mixed media since 2 years. Focusing on the simplicity of form, the geometry, the space, the empty and the architecture, Jesus Perea is very interested in the dialog of the form and the stain, the rational and the random, the poetry and emotion that comes from it.He loves the surprise that appears in the process, the manipulation of the image to get somewhere that was unknown for him when he started that work. Through his artwork, Jesus Perea wish that the viewers feel connected with it through some kind of emotion. Please visit artist’s Facebook or follow his Tumblr for more work. (Interview with artist by Artchipel Avr-2013)
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Know where you stand.
That’s what I love so much about travelling and history. Just realizing the importance in where you stand… It’s such a powerful feeling.
Game of Thrones House Banners by Oliver Ibáñez
You can’t choose the House you’re born into in life but whether it be a blessing or a curse is the choice that’s all yours. Unfortunately there are no House Brooks banners (“When You Stare Into The Abyss of the Internet, It Also Stares Back At You”), but Oliver has created these ornate designs for all the major Houses in Westoros, available for purchase at Redbubble so you and your Bannermen can proudly match before their chosen King (or Khaleesi).
Paolo Troilo (b.1972, Italy)
Paolo Troilo’s artistic expression characterizes for the originality of the formal procedure. His working instruments are not brushes or palettes, but only his hands: one spreads colors, unfolding at the same time his five fingers, the other holds the mobile phone, which reports the picture of him as the model. Troilus’ painting is predominantly bi-color, based on the use of ivory and “gray payne” or ivory and “green bladder”. This choice gives strength and vigor to every brush stroke. Since 2006, Paolo Troilo took part to Miart, Art Verona and to many group and solo exhibitions.
Gosh this is a pretty flamboyant color scheme