FOUR ARTISTS - FOUR DIFFERENT TALENTS: EACH OF THEM EXPRESS HIS ART IN THEIR PERSONAL WAYS
CHEYENNE RANDALL (cheyennerandall.tumblr.com):
Popular tattoo artist, photoshop’ wizard for passion, he creates flawless digital makeovers. His body of works consists in a collection of photos of cinema’s legends, television icons, musicians and artists – from David Bowie to Shining’s twins – which Randall covered in tattoos from head to toe in a wonderful traditional style. Needless to say, the result is outstanding – judge for yourself: here his instagram profile where you can admire his work @indiangiver.
DITA PEPE (ditapepe.cz):
An artist of the Selfie, even before this became the nowadays craze! Czech-born, expresses her art through photography. She made concrete a thought that at least once crossed everyones mind: “How would my life be if …?”. “Self-portraits with men” and “Self-portraits with women”, these are the titles of her projects; real analysis of human relationships. For the first serie Dita imagined herself alongside many different men, proposing in her portraits that symbiotic phenomenon and those morbid attitudes that characterize so many couples. For “Self-portraits with women” instead Dita recreates mother-daughter relationships.
JOËL PENKMAN (joelpenkman.com):
New Zealander graphic and food painter, her sources for inspiration are the kitchen cupboard and the supermarket. Joël paints still life with a realistic style that can make you hungry. She published a book, “The Taste of America”, containing 125 illustrations of american food. You will find the entire corpus of her works at her website joelpenkman.com.
MANA MORIMOTO (manamorimoto.tumblr.com):
Also known as MNMRMT, is a Japanese artist who uses both analog and digital instruments to create her works. First she choose a black&white photo as the basis of her artwork, then composes intricate embroidering following geometric designs on the image surface with cotton threadsin pop pop, then she scan and share everything on her tumblr page. Take a look to these bursts of color: MNMRMT.
Text by Irene Pazzanese