Archivio per la categoria ‘art

vibrant trooper

domenica, luglio 17th, 2016

the art I made for the Star Wars’ ART AWAKENS 2015 initiative promoted by LucasFilm and HP

vibrant-trooper

if Bond was StarWars…

martedì, maggio 10th, 2016

007 StarWars from SimoneGallina™ on Vimeo.

iWalk

domenica, febbraio 7th, 2016

get a pair of iWalk shoewear by VISUALITY, only on Zazzle store

iWALK™ shoes
iWALK™ shoes
by SimoneGallina

my new eBooks

martedì, dicembre 8th, 2015

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solo su

Amazon Kindle

gli anni ’80…

lunedì, luglio 20th, 2015

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VISUALITY store on Zazzle

mercoledì, maggio 21st, 2014

VISUALITY store on Zazzle

re-opening with a new brand introducing DQ &C.

 

Brian Despain’s new show of robot paintings

domenica, novembre 15th, 2009
da Boing Boing di David Pescovitz

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BB’s favorite robot painter, er rather… painter of robots
Brian Despain has a show of new paintings opening tonight, November 13,
at Seattle’s Roq La Rue Gallery. Above, "The Prodigal Son" (oil on
panel, 15" x 19").Also showing is John Brophy, whose paintings mixes up
iconography from various cultures and religions in a bowl of consumer
culture. The full show is viewable online. Brian Despain and John Brophy

GUNDAM

martedì, giugno 9th, 2009

Gundam turns 30, celebrates with the most awesome statue ever

da Engadget di Tim Stevens

Statue of Liberty? Striking, but a bit demure. Trenchcoat-clad Stalin
statue in Gori, Georgia? Iconic, but disheartening. Giant RX-78-2
Gundam statue at Shiokaze Park in Tokyo, Japan? Unquestionably badass.
The massive biped is currently under construction, part of a
celebration for the 30 year anniversary of the original Mobile Suit
Gundam series. When completed it will be full-scale, standing 59-feet
tall, weighing 35 tons, and even shooting "light or mist" from 50
different points along its structure. All systems should be fully
operational by July 11 — hopefully soon enough to stop the forthcoming
Zeon armada.

Luchadores… In Space!

mercoledì, maggio 21st, 2008

Here’s
the cover illustration for the story "D-3 Base De Monstruos" by Spanish
artist Jose Luis Sampedro Macias, who drew dozens of covers for the
pulp magazine Luchadores del Espacio, plus tons of pulp paperbacks, in the 1950s. Despite (or maybe because of) being unable to see the work of American artists
of the time, Jose Luis brings his own bright style to the pulp-art
standbys of bug-eyed monsters, women and flying saucers. His work
features prominently an amazing gallery of 1950s Spanish pulp science
fiction covers, uploaded by El Estratografico. A few more of our
favorites, after the jump.


See the rest of the covers in El Estratografico’s Flickr gallery. [1950s Spanish Scifi Novels on Flickr, via EasyDreamer]

Robert Rauschenberg, RIP

mercoledì, maggio 14th, 2008
Boing Boing di David Pescovitz


Robert Rauschenberg, a pioneer of multimedia art in the truest sense of the phrase, died last night. He was 82.

"It is impossible to have progress without conscience." -Robert Rauschenberg (1925-2008).

Link to NYT obit, Link to Wikipedia entry (Thanks, Jeff Cross!)