“366 Days of the Apocalypse”, Michelle Blade’s painting-a-day project is my favourite Tumblr on the entire Internet.
I thought it was about Michelle Blades for a second. I guess that would be too much talent for a single person. Those paintings are really cool, this other Michelle is very talented as well.
@facebook-100002382778439:disqus They are all original paintings by Michelle Blade (www.michelleblade.com)
jeff, i love that statement: “my favorite tumblr on the entire internet.” comon, better than maddieonthings? maybe I should go to michelles tumblr before expressing my love for that compliant coonhound.
Also, #1 looks like a rectangular SBTRKT.
ME TOO. She is my favorite right now. When my friend saw one of my oil paintings based on a collage I did, he suggested I look her up and she was a weird, but pleasant surprise. Weird in the fact that she had a piece that was very similar to mine, is wrapped up in the idea of the apocalypse and I felt as if she makes the kind of work and uses the kind of materials I have been striving to be/use. I don;t know how to explain it. It’s like she crawled into my head, but in the future. A weird admiration, because I never felt that way about an artist before.
Much respect to this woman. I’ve been making something every day since the start of this year on my blog, makingmade.com, and it is so much work–and my stuff is no where near as elaborate as Michelle’s. That first painting is stunning. Well done!
Some killer work from South Korean artist Hongmin Lee, a member of the art collective Goo For Brothers. See more paintings below.
Paintings by artist Roman Tolici (previously featured here). See more images from below.
These works by Nick Flatt and Paul Punk are spray paint and acrylic on either coated mdf or polystyrene panels. More images below.
Paintings by Japanese artist Akika Kurata. See more images below.
You’ve gotta try Noah Levenson’s latest project Weird Box. Simply input your Instagram handle, sit back, and enjoy the short film. We previously featured a short that Levenson wrote and produced called Chillr, about an app that connects chill dudes.