November 27, 2017 / 02:36
Sometimes I repaint details, or faces again and again. Like in this little portrait. First the head was too big, then not the right face expression, and too looks like me. Yes, it is a self portrait, and supposed to look like me, but too boring — if my cat can look like a leopard, I also can be somebody else)
November 8, 2017 / 00:43
September 29, 2015 / 14:05
dear friends! I’ve prepared a master-class «Little Monsters’ Garden» for the upcoming Tel Aviv event «Family Paint» 30/9-3/10 — where you can make your own creatures from old book papers and parts of my paintings. Hope to see you there — with kids!
August 21, 2012 / 12:56
Wow, I just found in BibliOdyssey these beautiful illustrations. The blog says, these images come from egyptian manuscript from the 14th/15th centuries, put reproduce a persian horoscope of 9th century, and were created almost certainly by a persian artist.
to see more amazing persian zodiac illustrations
March 11, 2008 / 09:20
Will Ashford, Recycled Words. This is what he writes about his work:
«Browsing through garage sales, street markets and used bookstores I search for interesting, preferably discarded, old books. When I find a good candidate I explore every page. Like an archeologist I hunt for the words that speak to me with new meaning. Intuitively, one word at a time, they turn into a kind of haiku or philosophical poetry that I can call my own.»>>
And also really like that part:
«Art is often described as „timeless“ at the same time as it is considered definitive to a particular era. This art, however presents a more compelling temporal „can of worms“ in that: it brings the past (the text and the pages themselves) into the present where it becomes not just a medium but a collaborator in the creation of something new with hardly any indication of the period in which it was created using themes, imagery, and materials that can be presumed to remain relevant long into the future.»
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