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Facebook auction of C.C.V. artist collective.

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Facebook auction of C.C.V. artist collective.

Closing time: Wednesday november 19th 4 p.m. central standard time.

How to buy?

  • Bid on an artwork on  www.facebook.com/copycatviolence by making a comment below your favorite piece.
  • The highest bidder will win.
  • You can find the prices and information next to the photo.
  • You can also choose for “buy it now”. The item will be reserved for you.

There are 40 artworks available online, here are some examples:

 

Winter Night_by_Ellen_Wilberg

Winter Night by Ellen Wilberg.

Watercolor and gel pen on 300gr cotton, 2.5×3,5”/6,4×8,9cm, 2014. 

www.ellenwilberg.net

Winterfriends_by_Faye_Osman

Winter Friends by Faye Osman

Pastel and color pencils on 90 lbs Arches hotpress, 8 x 6″, 2014.

http://www.studiomimosa.com

Ornament_by_brynn_Elisabeth

Ornament by Brynn Elisabeth.

Mixed Media on wood, 4 x 4″, 2014.

www.terminarosa.net

Evergreen_by_Alex_Garant

Evergreen by Alex Garant

Oil on canvas, 16 x 20″, 2014.

www.alexgarant.com

Winterborne_by_Kamille_Freske

Morana by Kamille Freske.

Acrylic on canvas, 11 x 14″, 2014.

www.kamillefreske.com

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Paperdreams by Helena Reis

Oils on wood, metal wing, 4,3 x 3,1″, 2014.

www.helenareis.com

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Snow Dragon by M. de Vena

Pen and ink on watercolor  paper, 4 x 6″, 7 x 9″ framed, 2014.

www.humanhydra.com

Frost_Stephanie_Puimun_law

Frost by Stephanie Pui-Mun Law

Ink and goldleaf on toned paper, 8 x 11″, 2014.

www.shadowscapes.com

Candycanes_Megan_buccere

Candy Canes by Megan Buccere

Acrylic on cradled wood panel, 8 x 10″, 2014.

www.meganbuccere.com

Lilies_Kmye_Chan

Lilies by Kmye Chan

Indian ink on paper, 5,91 x 7,87″, 2014.

www.kmye-chan.com

Mistletoe_Lily_Buth

Mistletoe by Lily Buth

Acrylic on wood,  2014.

Facebook of Lily Buth

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Little Dove by Amanda Stalter

Acylic on archival watercolor paper with handmade frame from twine. 4 x 6″, 2014.

Amanda Stalter on Instagram.

 

Snowstorm_Julia_Gabrielov

Snowstorm by Julia Gabrielov

Oil on canvas 8 x 10″, 2014.

www.juliagabrielovartist.com

 

Peemonster

Goyim by PeeMonster

Graphite on wood, 4 x 4″, 2014.

website of PeeMonster

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Snowblind by Laurie McClave

Graphite, pencil acrylic on beveled wood, 5 x 7″, 2014.

www.lauriemcclave.com

Sasha_Fitzgerald

Winterornament by Sasha Fitzgerald

Watercolor and ink on clay frame with diamond glaze. 2 x 3″, 2014.

www.sashafitzgerald.com

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Wintersleep by Marjolein Caljouw

Acrylic on heavy Canson paper.
9,45″ x 11,81″ / 24 cm x 30,7 cm, 2014.

www.marjoleincaljouw.com

 

 


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Illustrations by Samantha Mash

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www.samanthamash.com

Samantha Mash about her work:

While I primarily work within the digital realm of illustration, I am influenced heavily by Neoclassical painters, American gothic horror writing, and modern Japanese animation.

I am interested in the place of iconography within paintings, as well as merging my childhood interests in anime with the more traditionally centered look of high art oil painting.

I use my work to explore the thin boundary between what is eerie and what is considered beautiful; looking into the conventions of our cultural perception. Focusing my personal work around the themes of death, nature, levels of power, and seclusion. I am ever influenced by science and myth and want to continue to push these themes in my work.

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illustrations by Samantha Mash


Filed under: New Illustration

Inspirational video of Rifle Paper & Co

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I always love to watch or listen to other entrepreneurs who share there story, how they started their business and the things that they learned along the way. Get inspired how you can take your art business to the next level!

www.riflepaperco.com

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Constructions by Anne ten Donkelaar

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These constructions are so interesting, that I couldn’t resist to share it.

Anne ten Donkelaar / 1979

Graduated in 2007 at the ‘Utrecht school of The Art’ (NL) direction “3D Product Design”

Anne ten Donkelaar about her work:

A damaged butterfly, a broken twig, a bumblebee, some strangely grown weeds: I find all these unique discoveries in my path and then take them home to my studio. Here, I take my time to explore the objects and try to work out how I can show each one to it’s best advantage. My finds inspire me. While looking at them I can invent my own stories about their existence and their lives.
By protecting these precious pieces under glass, I give the objects a second life and hope to inspire people to make up their own stories about them.


Filed under: 3D, All Natural Illustration, Inspiration, New Illustration

Coffee Stained Paintings by Alessandra Maria

*Video of this crazy big ball pen project

3D Illustrations by Sophie Page

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These wonderful 3D illustrations are created by Sophie Page, an illustrator/sculptress from Conway Massachusetts, USA.

She shows her sketchbooks and I think it’s interesting to see her process.

www.sophiegenevapage.com

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Illustrations for a series of short Grimm’s fairy tales about little girls and snakes.
Each shadowbox is approx. 25″ x 17″
The first box is exhibited at the Society of Illustrators in NYC!
Whole series featured in Creative Quarterly’s 35th Edition


Filed under: 3D, Illustrators, Objects, Process

Tips and tricks video by Marjolein Caljouw

Hmm Oreo Pancake animation by Mike Perry

Inspiring tour in animation studio Laika

Illustrations by Anita Goldstein

Murals by PixelPancho

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mural, wallpainting, graffiti

This powerful mural is by Pixelpancho.

Pixelpancho: “Against food industralisation , food expo in italy is the example.People grow ur vegetable and ur meet.. Do not buy all this shitty company. Dead to this system!”

Pixelpancho

@GlobalStreetArt photo by Elisabetta Riccio

Father’s Love

Pixelpancho_Artbasel_Miami

Art basel Miami 2014.

www.behance.net/PIXELPANCHO

Make sure you follow this guy on Instagram: www.instagram.com/pixelpancho

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Filed under: Illustrators, Painted, Streetart

Beautiful Illustrations by Yelena Bryksenkova

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I saw her beautiful illustration on the cover of Flow magazine. A few days later online somehwhere.

If you see her work once, you will recognize it the second time, because she has such a unique way of putting decorative patters and figures together.

Her color combinations have a vintage feeling although her settings can be modern, she still keeps everything very ‘Yelena’.

www.yelenabryksenkova.com

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Filed under: Illustrators

Surreal Illustrations by Yuri Shwedoff

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Yuri Shwedoff is an illustrator from Moscow, Russia. In 2008 graduated from the painting department of the Moscow Academic Art Lyceum of the Russian Academy of Arts. In 2008, nominated for the Medal of the Russian Academy of Fine Arts for a series of works “Suzdal.”

He has worked from 2012 – 2014 as a lead artist in game companies. If you are visiting his website you will see amazing environments as well as character designs.

www.yurishwedoff.gallery

He offers some tutorials on his website that might be interesting for you and you can also support him on Patreon and get HD video’s of his process!

www.yurishwedoff.gallery/store

 

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Parachutes

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Shaman

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Vision


Filed under: Concept Art, New Illustration

Fairytale Illustrations by Shoko Ishida

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Illustration by Yodoka

About Shoko Ishida

Draws out the daydreams, the longings. Inspired by the nostalgic culture, stories, and musics of Japan, the delicate, and the bold, Shoko Ishida (a.k.a. yodaka) strives to create works that sparks a story. Going back and forth with traditional and digital medium, the coffee and tea enthusiast creates her works in the studio with her kawaii golden retriever sleeping by the desk.
Currently staying at Detroit, Michigan USA.

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Shoko Ishida Website >>

Beauty and her Beast

Illustration of the story “Beauty and the Beast” by the Brothers Grimm, inspired by the Japanese Kabuki act “鏡獅子-Kagami Jishi”, which the girl turns into the beast herself. Digital.

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The Crane of Gratitude

Illustration based on the story “The Crane of Gratitude” done in pencil, color pencil, digital.

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Sleeping Beauty

Illustration for the story “Sleeping Beauty” (Little Brier-Rose) by the Brothers Grimm, inspired by the Japanese culture. Color pencil, digital.

Learn on Skillshare


Filed under: Illustrators

Just in Time for Inktober: Fineliner Tips by Daria Golab

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Who is joining the Inktober challenge?

Comment below with a link to your page where you share your InkTober challenge! This way we can your work out.

Every October, artists all over the world take on the InkTober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month.

 

More work from Daria Golab:

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Visit her website here:

http://dariagolab.com/

Follow her on Instagram:

https://www.instagram.com/dariaesste/

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Filed under: Inspiration

Floral illustration on products by La Scarlatte

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I really want to introduce you to La Scarlatte / Pauline Teunissen, a freelance illustrator, living in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.  Her very delicate work is used on various products, from clothes, to products, illustrations for magazines to bedsheets.

That is something I like a lot when I’m  browsing through somebodies portfolio. Because often times we think about illustration on ‘paper’, but look how beautiful it looks when it’s part of a product design for example, or when people can wear it!

Hopefully this will inspire you to create something like a ‘product’ for your portfolio.

Do you have any idea? Let us know in the comments!

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Follow La Scarlatte here:

 @lascarlatte on Instagram to see her current projects and work in progress.
To see her portfolio www.lascarlatte.com

 “By blending textures and organic shapes she creates a beautiful combination that moves rhythmically and sometimes repeats as a pattern. Her work embraces every organism and object, it offers a place for people to wander carefree spaces (where even death is beautiful) and tales of forgotten worlds can be discovered.”

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