ASIAGRAPH is a joint event of science, art and exhibition where Asian researchers and creators active on the front line globally gather together, present most advanced technology and exhibit their works in order to further develop the Asian diverse and unique cultures and the Asian excellent and unique digital content created through combination of art and technology. <see full webpage here>
Never been to asiagraph, maybe one year coming up.
I was born in London, England in 1991, and as you would expect I was drawing from a very young age. A long lasting fascination with aircraft and animals fuelled my imagination, and throughout my childhood I would spend ages creating my own creatures, spaceships and futuristic worlds…. <see his art and full website here>
Nice loose work with great lighting and implied detail. Great ideas there!
<see the oragami photostream here>
Oh my god, how cool. Wicked oragami, and they are designed by him/her. Definitely go check them out, and peruse through the older ones as well! Very worthwhile!
Hi! My name is Jakub Konvica and I’m a graphic design student and artist based in Brno. I am open to any kind of art oriented project or exhibition offers…. <see his website and all his work here>
Lots of talent there! I’m into the stick drawings.
Graduated from Tama Art
University (Department of
Painting, Oil Painting Course)
<see all of shichigoro’s work here>
Abigail had ambitions of becoming an opera singer and joining the circus whilst growing up, and although neither of those ended up working out too well, she still enjoys both… <see all of abigail’s art and read about her here>
I’m in love with her art! Please take some time and check out her site. Amazing stuff!
Also, I’m pretty sure I’ll be holding a photography exhibition for October, and maybe also in 2012… <see her gallery and read about her here> @ <deviantart.com>
Wow, talented girl! Says she’s 15 on her gallery at Deviant… She has her facebook, twitter links at Deviant. Go there, check out all her work, it’s really quite good! And throw her a little support…
I’ve just started a new project with the working title of “The paper fox”. My aim is to create an interactive storybook on iPad and Android tablets… <see the full story here> @ <http://creattica.com/>
What a visual way to tell a story. Very clever technique, I’d love to see an animation with these characters. Could be a great exercise to rig these things up and make their performance feel as good as their look. You just naturally love these little guys, people can’t underestimate how well these characters have been designed. Great work!
Anka was born on December 4, 1980. She spent her childhood with books on art and her mothers’ drawing tools, covering acres of paper with her drawings… <read about her and see her photos at her website here>
She’s from Russia, and to me the stories she’s telling with her photos feel eastern european… She’s got a great feel for tone, and saying something with that moment she grabs. Suppose if you’re making one of Dostoyevski’s novels into a film you’d go to her for some inspiration. Her site is acting a little sluggish at the moment, but I highly suggest having some patience and checking out her photos!