With subject matter ranging from erotic and bondage to the mundane, Reuben Negron’s watercolors are skilled and beautiful.
“Each has 5 interchangeable parts which can be swapped out with each other (you can push the individual pieces out from the back of the frame using a pencil) making 25 unique paintings.”
Taylor McKimens lives and works in New York. We’ve been a fan for ages.
This Jeff Phillips Doughboy watercolor is one in a series of 8 that are dedicated to the memory of the greats from the skateboarding community who have passed away. Each watercolor is 22″ x 27″ framed with a price of $300.00 You can also pick up a single, illustrated print for $25.00, or the whole set of 8 for $100.00. Check out the site for more details.
Take a look at “Birth” by artist Shera (Julien Tran-Dinh). He is an illustrator and painter from Paris, France.
Details after the jump
Swedish painter Marcus Eek‘s Djupet, 2007, oil on canvas.
Very appropriate considering the BP fuck-up in the Gulf of Mexico.
Henrike Stahl is a Paris-Based artist and photographer.
Catarct 3 (1967), by Op-artist Bridget Riley.
Artist Titus Kaphar describes his love for history as the reason for his work.
Have a look at the collection of cut canvases here, and a video interview after the jump.