Michael Dudok de wit is a cartoonist, illustrator, animation director. Here is his most famous work which is “father and daughter” it won the Oscar award, British Academy Film Awards, Annecy awards and a series of other awards. Michael Dudok de Wit was born in 1953 and educated in Holland. […]
It is easy to see why fashion designer Stefano Ricci, chose to use the pictures that Jack Vettriano had produced and used them for his clothing collection. Both men work in a similar way. Jack Vettriano, will choose his subject, the people he wants to appear in his pictures and […]
This short but humorous little videos show us all how we can brighten up our day with this funny little breakfast man. As kids we were told to stop playing and messing about with our food and eat it. This video is exactly the opposite to that. More and more […]
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A look at the artist Robert Lyn Nelson and how he came to be the pioneer of the Modern Marine Art Movement Nelson first began drawing at the age of three. By the age of four he was considered a child prodigy and was already experimenting with the mixed media […]
This exhibit at Maison Française and The Italian Academy features seventy works of visual arts (paintings, drawings, photographs) about the Cambodian genocide under the Khmer Rouge, made by the great contemporary artists Vann Nath and Séra (both survivors of the genocide), as well as works by emerging artists who were […]
Yes, that’s right, it will be Ian’s Birthday on the 17th August. Ian has been away on his travels for the last two years but is back now and will celebrate his birthday with his folks and all his friends. We at ArtisanHQ wish you a very happy birthday Mr […]
A very beautiful drawing of a traditional graphite drawing of the endangered Panthera uncia (Snow Leopard) Here the artist draws the most amazing picture. From the very start as the picture starts to emerge it, grabs your attention, because it is so life like. The video has been sped up, […]
A pencil drawing of the cute little button that was Shirley Temple. The actress, who rose to fame as a child star in 1930s classics such as Bright Eyes (famed for song “On The Good Ship Lollipop”), Heidi and Curly Top, passed away at her home in Woodside, California on […]
Maria Amaral, an Argentinian artist well known for her paintings of tango dancers. Two bodies interact, constantly coming together and breaking apart. A dance where movement, stillness and suspended time coexist. She might say to us: ‘I am Tango’ : it is a dance whose energy seems to run through the […]
From childhood Josephine has had a passion for light and colour, fantasy and visual story telling. The life of a painter was clearly her destiny! Enchanting and detailed images flow freely from her imagination in an endless cascade of ideas that create the art that is known as fantasy art. […]
Born in the French capital in 1942, artist and illustrator Francine Van Hove (born Van Nieuwenhove) completed her studies at the Lycée Claude Bernard in 1963. She had her first taste of public recognition with her first exhibition in 1971. She paints gentle, sensuous portraits of women in day-to-day poses. […]
Rosalind Franklin, was the scientist who made the first clear X-ray images of the structure of DNA. Artists Wyllie O Hagan discovered Franklin’s work on DNA whilst working in an Artist Residency in a Cancer Research UK laboratory in London Franklin’s X-ray picture ‘Photo 51′ informed Crick and Watson of […]
Women with scars from breast cancer surgery now have options to improve their lives. Tattoos applied to cover disfiguring operations are revealed by a cancer survivor and client of Seattle’s renowned tattoo artist, Madame Lazonga. “Kim” explains why she chose a full-body tattoo to cover her torso from shoulder, to […]
Here in this short documentary, Vincent Van Gogh, provides an insight into his life that has not been seen before. Personal letters of the great artist have been used to create a very touching and moving programme. Vincent van Gogh was born in Groot-Zundert, Holland on March 30, 1853. The […]
Patti Dobrowolski talks about the power of imagination and visuals to create a vision of the future that we desire through drawing. When we think about what we want in life, we often talk about it, but never really believe in our hearts that we can actually have it. Here […]