Posts Tagged: Human Body
Choros is an experimental art film that presents the body movement of a female dancer. The director, Michael Langan, an American experimental filmmaker, layered 32 sequential instances of a single movement and stretched them out over time, creating a wave-like motion. Just lovely!
Composition of mammals is a series of posters created by Japanese illustrator Wataru Yoshida as a mock-up exhibition for the National Museum of Nature and Science in Tokyo which studies the anatomy of mammals with displays of taxidermy and skulls. The posters were
Regardt van der Meulen is a practising artist who currently resides in Johannesburg. At the core of his works resides the human body, with its strength and fragility, uncovering its fears and illusion of safety.
Fascinated with the human body and its sensual curves, British artist Joseph Loughborough depicts in his works the dark side of human nature, imbued with sin, desire, fear and anxiety. His series of charcoal and graphite etchings, draws the viewer into a dark,
Born in Madrid, Fernando Vicente begins his career in the '80's, mixing illustration with painting. His unique style embodies bold and slightly aggressive visual concepts, giving him the freedom of playing with the composition. Experimentation is his motto,
Alex Grey was born in Columbus, Ohio on November 29, 1953, the middle child of a gentle middle-class couple. He went to the Columbus College of Art and Design for two years (1971-73), then dropped out and painted billboards in Ohio for a year (73-74). Grey then
Emil Alzamora was born in 1975 in Lima, Peru and was raised in Boca Grande, Florida, where he attended state university and graduated with a BFA magna cum laude in 1998. He started his sculpting career in 1998 in collaboration with Polich Art Works in Hudson
Alexa Meade is a 24-year-old artist whose work lies at the intersection of painting, photography, performance, and installation. Alexa creates her representational paintings directly on top of the body of her model. When photographed, the representational painting
Body Worlds (german title: Krperwelten) is a traveling exhibition of preserved human bodies and body parts that are prepared using a technique called plastination to reveal inner anatomical structures. The exhibition's developer and promoter is German anatomist