Piranha Bites
Shinobu Nakazawa
Hoshiotome
he has a Tumblr too. 

Shinobu Nakazawa

Hoshiotome

he has a Tumblr too. 

|| art blog update! ||
lining up potential pieces for Otakon 2014 Art Auction. also, ‘Kino finally discovers why so many artists combined colored pencils with markers. it really makes my drawings GLOW. 

|| art blog update! ||

lining up potential pieces for Otakon 2014 Art Auction. also, ‘Kino finally discovers why so many artists combined colored pencils with markers. it really makes my drawings GLOW. 

i’m not sure whether to laugh or roll my eyes. when you go to art school or take an art history course, you learn how much blood, sweat, and tears artists put in their work to reach that point where a simple drawing is worth thousands—even millions! understandably, these are typical reactions of otherwise uninterested non-artists. while their refusal to look past the random scribbles and colors can be frustrating at times, it’s also cringe worthy that there are elitist artists, collectors, critics and historians look down on them like silly uneducated bigots. 

Mel Bochner

Mel Bochner

|| art blog update! ||
two blog updates in one day? well, that’s a rarity. thanks for stopping by!

|| art blog update! ||

two blog updates in one day? well, that’s a rarity. thanks for stopping by!

Jim Dine
The Poets’ Twelve Hearts, etching with watercolor additions, 1969 

Jim Dine

The Poets’ Twelve Heartsetching with watercolor additions, 1969 

Aleks Bartosik 
Hysterics, 2003, oil stick, pencil and acrylics

Aleks Bartosik 

Hysterics, 2003, oil stick, pencil and acrylics

garibage:

I think it’s important to see your art as a story.

Each image isn’t a stand alone piece or a trophy to be admired of your progress but it should be part of something that you are continuing to say and to articulate to people. Not to say that every piece you create needs to be deep , it could be…

Eric Zener, White Cloak, 2013, Oil on Canvas, 54 × 60 in

Eric Zener, White Cloak, 2013, Oil on Canvas, 54 × 60 in