"Treat your art practice similar to a sport, you have to exercise, set a routine to improve. In order to create work you have to set
yourself a flow and but I also think its okay to allow yourself to become frustrated."
Since a very young age, I always drew and dreamed of becoming an artist. The dream of course came true! Everyone in our family has an artistic side, my twin sister is a painter and my dad is cartoonist, illustrator and worked in the theater as a puppet maker and scenography artist.
Experience the international artist Soos Tiberiu Anton’s colourful universe and awesome style created with watercolors, acrylics and oil colors. Soos only paints when he feels happy so his positive energy affects his artwork.
Iris Bakker's work is intuitive and all about loosing control and making in the process. She is very experimental and sometimes she makes her audience co-creators of the art. For Iris art is all about interaction between people and see where the process is going.
Explore upcoming artist Signe who is still finding her style by exploring lots of different techniques, skills and materials. She finds inspiration everywhere she goes and when she finally gets a good idea there isn't long time before the artwork is done.
Sarah is known for her amazing oil paintings of motives of different cities. Her style is very recognizable because of her originality. Sarah is very aware of her color use in her paintings, because she believes they have a special impact on us.
Isaac Malakkai is a Spanish artist from Almeria currently based in Copenhagen. Isaac is doing some amazing artwork painting in the street. His style is very colourful, non-realistic and it also has a bit of humor.
Joanna Jensen is a Danish illustrator, Art Historian and watercolor alchemist. Looking at her art is like going into a magical universe, which is why her own description of her style is surreal, dreamy and experimental.
Yulia Brodskaya is a British artist making the most beautiful artwork out of paper. Right here you can discover her amazing quilling technique, and take a look at some of her unique artwork which she made only by using paper and glue.
Hipstory, or how to transform politics into hipsters
Shimoni's artwork is exhibited in galleries around the world including Berlin, Madrid, Tel Aviv, New York and more. The idea for Hipstory came when Shimoni started looking for a way to connect his generation to history's finest political and cultural leaders.
Alex Senna is an artist from Sao Paulo. He has been passionate by drawings and comics since his childhood, and share his passion by making amazing drawings and embellishing streets and walls in different countries.
Exclusive interview with Kitt Buch. Discover her artwork and find out more about the meaning of her work. Where did the ideas come from? Why clowns as a focus? Keep on reading to get a view behind the work of Kitt Buch!
I come from a very poor reality. I have always lived with very little things and would like to continue to live these emotions. I believe that only those who have known real love in small things can generate emotions. I just want to send a message, a small message with my artworks.
For this artist it all started back when he was a young boy and used to draw the ”teenage mutant ninja turtles”. He enjoyed creating his own heroes and villains. He basically created his own toys for his imagination to run loose with.
Making the world a little more colorful with Frida Stiil Vidum
I really got serious about art when I came home from a trip to Africa. I experienced a cultural shock when I realised that the world wasn’t the way I had imagined. It was hard, but also very good for me, and that’s where my own little mission began.
Learn about Japanese artist Akiko Kobayakawa and her creative universe
I have been working consistently with paintings that have challenged us to examine ourselves through the juxtaposition of different images together. In particular, my drawings attempt to combine disparate elements together which create degrees of humor and tension simultaneously, for example; sexiness and innocence.
An inspiring interview with artist Lars Christian Kraemmer
It is important for me that art works as a tool for enhancing the experience of living. A tool for learning by experience. Drawing or painting help me focus the attention on one thing for an extended period of time.
Learn about artist Joanna Jensen's unique way of creating art
I never, or very rarely ‘plan’ a painting. The first layer is completely abstract (watercolor). Then while it’s drying I like to look at it for a couple of days, and then it usually turns into something in my imagination – this image I get, I simply draw on top of the dry watercolor, with a black pen.
I prefer not to have a specific agenda or some kind of theme in mind while photographing or working. I believe the fact that there is an unconscious motive on how we all find something enchanting and attractive.
Insights from Kristian von Hornsleth on Artmoney International 2015
Good art is something such as artmoney. It is a project, you cannot really figure out. I cannot decide whether it is good or bad. It bothers me in a good way. Good art is something such as artmoney. It is a project, you cannot really figure out. I cannot decide whether it is good or bad. It bothers me in a good way. There are a lot of details involved like some artmoney are worth more than others, or is that possible?
I noticed that most images from the refugee crisis looked the same. To a greater or lesser extent, the photographers use images of individual refugees to tell the same story as being the same for everyone, and therefore, we see very little diversity in the image material. Instead, I try to portray the story from above, so you suddenly have an idea how many 5000 refugees really are.
Learn about artist Jenny Hedlund's love and passion for oli painting
If you’re a painter, you’re a painter. It really is a particular relationship that you have to the process, to the materials, the way you organize information, the way you organize the world. It is the way you see, and express feelings through the way you see.
Most of the time I know what my paintings will look like before I begin, but on other times I also embrace the freedom to change courses many times along the way. I like to experiment a lot. And I like to do that without having to limit my brush strokes and feelings.
I think art is innate. You are always interested in art if you are that way inclined. The evidence of this is when you think back to when you were a child - did you pick up a crayon, soccer ball or book?