Richard Phillips “Scout” 1999, Oil on Linen. More hyper realism from Richard Philips, this image was used – or at least the top half was! – as Artwork for UK dance act Dirty Vegas’s single release “Ghosts” (Credence/Parlophone 2002)
“Transfixed” Richard Phillips, Oil on Linen 1996. I’m a fan of Richard Phillips work, having used the book “Richard Phillips, Kunsterverein in Hamburg” (Hatje Canz, 2002) extensively as reference for my own Airbrush Work.
Fantasy Illustrations from 1506, these are alternate covers for “Le Grand Testament – Villon” probably printed in Paris over 500 years ago.
Images Taken from “Waking Dream: Fantasy and the Surreal in Graphic Art”, 1450-1900 by Edward Lucie-Smith (1975)
“Colors on a grid, Screenprint” 1976.
Ellsworth Kelly (b. Newburgh, New York, May 31, 1923) is an American painter and sculptor associated with Hard-edge painting, Color field painting and the minimalist school. His works demonstrate unassuming techniques that emphasize the simplicity of form. Read More
John Maeda “Dots” 1996. One in a series of four prints experimenting with a variation of the dot size. Here the dots appear to chase toward the centre.
more on John Maeda here http://weblogs.media.mit.edu/SIMPLICITY/