By means of the meticulous use of illustration and verging on almost obsessive technique, Mexican artist Paola Delfín attempts to portray the creative aesthetic of her generation while also depicting a reflective message. Her work is mainly influenced by illustrations, organic forms and a mixture of unusual materials.
“I believe that art needs to be seen everywhere possible, to bring a white wall to life, and make a story out of it. My passion is to create, be available to tell a story with my hands and make it visible to everyone though images that involve you [the viewer] in that story. That feeling is what makes me love being an artist.” Paola Delfin
Francisco Diaz sees modern cities full of “non-places” because of the irregular and not inclusive masterplanning. These places are the canvases for his paintings.
He works on experiences, considering the space where he gets to create his work: a city, a rural space, an open space or a closed space. Working with symbolism like arrowheads and flora, the pieces begin a dialogue about the nature of man and his surroundings. The existential, real, pure and tragic elements, almost forgotten in modern society.
Jeremy Fish just put the finishing touches on his mural at the entryway to the Lower Haight mural. Being that Jeremy Fish is a San Francisco ambassador, he get the primo prime real estate spot on the wall. If you go by said murals, you will see work from Ericailcane, Doze Green, Mars-1, and David Choong Lee. And now, you will see a Silly Pink Bunny sculpture.
We are big fans of Alexandros Vasmoulakis ever since we saw his work in Juxtapoz awhile back. We saw this nice piece he did in Shenzhen, China on Juxtapoz.com today, and saw that, yes, he added rhinestones to the piece. Nice touch. Read more here.