Syd Mead – The master

Sydney Jay Mead, commonly Syd Mead (born July 18, 1933), is a prolific and influential American “visual futurist”, industrial designer and a neofuturistic concept artist.

Futurist ⋅ May 14, 2017

Eizin Suzuki – Light falls of board walk

Eizin Suzuki known worldwide as an illustrator and designer from Japan. Many of his works are inspired by holiday life. He also collaborated with a lot of Japanese magazine and musician such as Tatsuro Yamashita, Eiichi Ohtaki to draw their cover.

Illustration ⋅ May 6, 2017

Ben Ruswick – INVERTED OBSERVATORY

Benjamin Ruswick joined MMA in 2015 and has worked on private residences and multi-family projects including Crest Apartments, the fourth MMA-Skid Row Housing Trust project currently under construction.  

Architecture ⋅ April 28, 2017

Félix Vallotton-Love at first sight

Félix Edouard Vallotton (December 28, 1865 – December 29, 1925) was a Swiss/French painter and printmaker associated with Les Nabis. He was an important figure in the development of the modern woodcut.  

Artists ⋅ April 18, 2017

Andrei Tarkovsky’s Polaroids – Instant Light

Russian auteur Andrei Tarkovsky is often cited as the greatest cinematic artist of all time. His roster of just seven films – including Andrei Rublev, Ivan’s

Photography ⋅ April 4, 2017

Etienne Trouvelot – Astronomical Drawings

Étienne Léopold Trouvelot was born on 26 Dec 1827 in Guyencourt, France.

Astronomy ⋅ March 26, 2017

Ralph McQuarrie – Star Wars

Ralph Angus McQuarrie (June 13, 1929 – March 3, 2012) was an American conceptual designer and illustrator.

Sci-Fi ⋅ March 20, 2017

Masao Yamamoto – Shizuka

Masao Yamamoto (山本昌男 Yamamoto Masao, born 1957) is a Japanese freelance photographer known for his small photographs, which seek to individualize the photographic prints as objects.

Photography ⋅ March 13, 2017

Hirō Isono – Secret of Mana

Hirō Isono, the illustrator behind the gorgeous artwork in iconic Square RPG Secret of Mana.

Illustration ⋅ February 24, 2017

Logan Maxwell Hagege – Quiet Soul

Logan Maxwell Hagege is best known for depicting figures and landscapes of the American Southwest and the Northeast Coast.

Contemporary art ⋅ February 13, 2017

Paul Lehr – Night of Delusions

(1930-1998) American artist. Lehr studied illustration at the prestigious Pratt Institute, where he worked under Stanley Meltzoff

Fantasy Art ⋅ February 2, 2017

John Berkey – Rendezvous

For someone who lived almost his entire life in a small town in Minnesota and seldom traveled far from his home, Illustrator John Berkey has shown the world a unique vision of a future in time and space way beyond our wildest dreams.

Sci-Fi ⋅ January 21, 2017

Krzysztof Skórczewski – Ruins of the mind

Born in Kraków in 1947. In the years 1965–1971 studied at the Academy

Artists ⋅ January 16, 2017

Minoru Nomata – Alternative Sights

Nomata was born in Tokyo in 1955 and studied design at the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music.

Architecture ⋅ January 2, 2017

Blade Runner

I saw Blade Runner for the first time when I was a child. I didn’t realize it at first, but this movie was going to have a huge impact on my life. I have wanted to create something as awe-inspiring as that ever since.

Sci-Fi ⋅ December 19, 2016

Arthur Heming – The Drama of the Forests: Romance and Adventure

Arthur Henry Howard Heming (January 17, 1870 – October 30, 1940) was a Canadian painter and novelist known as the “chronicler of the North” for his paintings, sketches, essays and books about Canada’s North. Born in Paris, Ontario and raised in Hamilton, he studied in New York City and the Old Lyme Art Colony under Frank DuMond, and in London with the Welsh master Frank Brangwyn. For

Artists ⋅ December 16, 2016

Augustin Lesage – Communication

Augustin Lesage, (born August 9, 1876 in Saint-Pierre-les-Auchel (Pas-de-Calais) and died February 21, 1954), was a French coal miner who became painter and artist through the help of what he considered to be spirit voices.

Uncategorized ⋅ December 10, 2016

Heinrich Lefler – Preservation

Heinrich Lefler (7 November 1863, Vienna – 17 March 1919, Vienna) was an Austrian painter, graphic artist and stage designer associated with the Golden Age of Illustration

Illustration ⋅ December 1, 2016

Ivan Aivazovsky – The Ninth Wave

Hello to everyone! I’m glad that so many of you have written to me. I just want to express my gratitude and to say I’m thankful that you find my posts interesting.

Artists ⋅ November 22, 2016