TATE Street Art Installation

“Screamin’ Skulls” Drew Brophy

Drew paints a bad-ass design on a Harley Davidson, stokes out a cute biker chick with a happy painting on her helmet, and paints a surfboard with a unique technique.    

Stefan Glerum

Stefan Glerum (1983) lives and works in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Stefan spent four years in Breda studying illustration at the Academy St. Joost. He also worked as an assistant to one of the country’s most celebrated comic artists, Joost Swarte.


‘Gulp’ is a short film created by Sumo Science at Aardman, depicting a fisherman going about his daily catch. Shot on location at Pendine Beach in South Wales, every frame of this stop-motion animation was shot using a Nokia N8,

Portrait of an Artist – Michael DesRosiers

Seeing an artwork is to perceive its meaning. It must speak out on purely visual terms which predicate its existence and its primary purpose. In that context the act of making art becomes a conversational equivalency, a dialogue between my

Street Art Communication – Košice 2010

Košice, Slovakia Top graffiti on the walls of school – Street Art Communication Košice 2010. Short report from the meeting of street artists from all over the Europe. During the week they tried to change the ugly grey walls of

Lori Bisogno Jewelry

Handmade Jewelry by Lori Bisogno I studied Metal Smithing and Jewelry Design 29 years ago, while living abroad in Venezuela, SA. What began as a method of improving my Spanish, soon developed into a passion to create. After 22 years

Drew Brophy and Chalk Gallery

Drew Brophy has been a professional artist for over 25 years.  He says of his profession, “It’s my job to make things look cool.” A life-long surfer and world traveler, Drew’s career exploded in the late 1990’s when he began painting his

The story of a true metalsmith artist

Here is her story…I was born with a hammer in my hand. Perhaps not the most comfortable or easy situation for my mother…but since making her the tiara, she at least doesn’t disclose the details of my early craftsmanship (or

The Painter

I am often asked how I come up with my ideas for a painting. This is difficult to explain, because most people are looking at it from a completely different point of view. A lot of artists get an idea,