Andrea Mastrovito born in Bergamo in 1978 is an multimedia artist whose dynamic works have acquired considerable recognition in recent years.Mastrovito uses cut paper and basic two-dimensional materials to create three-dimensional large-scale installations. His language becomes a symbolic and visual device, insignificant pieces become the protagonists of his narrative imagery and explosions of color are challenged against solid color blocked figures. Mastrovito lives and works between Bergamo and New York.
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Ivan Prieto is a young Spanish artist (sculptor and illustrator) based in Berlin focused on creation of weird, bizarre and mysterious characters. His sculptures are exceptionally thought-provoking and disturbing. The characters often have gruesome, stirring and grotesque expressions…
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He showed them - Imgur
Worldbending | North America (Tarahumara; Hochunk; Tohono O’odham; Potawatomi.)
Alexey Menschikov is an artist and photographer from Penza, Russia. He captures various scenes on the streets or skillfully manipulated it a little. His work is based on simplicity that’s mostly hard to achieve yet delivers a clear message. Check out some of his expressive artwork on the streets.
The electric works of Los Angeles based artist John Espinosa
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Tekkon Kinkreet (鉄コン筋クリート) Background Art by Shinji KimuraArt Director : Blue Exorcist (movie), Tekkonkinkreet, Steamboy
Background Art : My Neighbor Totoro, AKIRA, Urusei Yatsura
(Photographs by Shaun Roberts)
San Francisco artist Lucien Shapiro (Featured on Supersonic) creates his work by using found material which evolves into artworks such as contemporary tribal masks (such as a recent mask made entirely out of marijuana) or ornate street weaponry. The resulting body of work is an intelligent thesis on current sociology as well as adding to the age-old saying “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” Lucien’s sculptures are created piece by piece in his San Francisco studio which Supersonic photographer Shaun Roberts was able to recently visit: