Tag Archives: Prints

RAINDROPS KEEP FALLING ON MY HEAD

Net stroll: 15th of May 2012, Laura Redburn (U.K.)

I have heard that collage/clip art is trending heavily right now. So on my daily net stroll — I ran across these surreal and spellbinding artworks by Cardboard Cities a.k.a. Laura Redburn.

Photographs taken from Laura Redburn website

Laura Redburn is a collage and mixed media artist from Wales. She is known for mixing found imagery from vintage magazines and forgotten illustration books. Texture and color work together to construct a powerful visual statement through mixed media form.

Redburn aims to create snapshots from dreams and other worlds, leaving the viewer to reflect upon their own creativity and knowledge.

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ARTIST DISCOVERY #1

Graphic designer: Elisa Vendramin (Italy)

It´s always gratifying to discover new artist. Shortly before Christmas I was hunting for seemly gifts at PopUp verzlun in Harpa.  The search seemed to be everlasting — and then — suddenly, I saw something that caught my eye.

Northen lights by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print

Daylight by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print

Vatnajökull by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print

Northen lights 2 by Elisa Vendramin – Digital print

These digital prints are for sale. The artist — Elisa Vendramin — is an Italian graphic designer, currently based in London. Elisa works in image making, where she combines delicate drawings with fantastical, three-dimentional settings and landscapes. She is also fascinated in experimenting with different printing and production techniques.

According to the Mei Moses All Art index number, it´s the right time to invest in art. At least, it seems to be at lower-risk than investing in stocks these days!

A photo brain. A self portrait by the artist

Photographs belong to Elisa Vendramin

Artist: Elisa Vendramin

Place: Pop-up market at Harpa, Reykjavik concert hall

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