Posts tagged Famous

Famous Painter’s Palettes 1863 - 1919 Eugene Delacroix, Georges-Seurat, Degas and Paul Gauguin 

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Q & A with Banksy: (As seen on his website) #art #artist #graffiti #funny

Is it cheating to use stencils?

Stencils are good for two reasons;
One - they’re quick ; two - they annoy idiots.

Why are you such a sell out?
I wish I had a pound for every time someone asked me that. 

Is Banksy just a big brand these days? Do you even paint your own pictures?
It’s not supposed to be a brand, which is why people in advertising think it’s such a good one. I paint it all myself unless its illegal, in which case I’ve never seen any of it before, your honour. 

Is Exit Through the Gift Shop real?
Yes. 

Are you still friends with Mr. Brainwash?
I like to think so. When I asked him what he thought about the film he said “This is a cult movie, this is a classic movie, this movie stands alone – like The Godfather.” 

Did you paint over Robbo’s piece and have him beaten up?
His piece in Camden had been dogged for more than five years by the time I painted that spot. It’s a real shame about his accident and I hope he fully recovers. I would never deliberately cuss Robbo – he’s a graffiti legend.
And he’s bigger than me. Click Here

Did you rip off Blek le Rat?
No, I copied 3D from Massive Attack. He can actually draw. 

Do you need an intern?
No thanks. 

Why are you so annoying?
It’s not all my fault, sometimes they make it up - I’ve never vandalized a war memorial, painted Kate Moss’s kitchen or visited the Playboy club with Ashley Cole wearing a skull mask. 

What artists do you rate?
Käthe Kollwitz is my favourite. Partly because her drawing style is so beautiful, and partly because she thought being an artist was self-indulgent crap and became a doctor in an orphanage instead. 

Can you donate a picture for my charity auction?
What are you? Blind? In which case maybe. I mostly support projects working to restore sight and prevent eye disease. Or as I like to call it ‘expanding the market’. 

Amy Winehouse #1, Graphite on Paper, 2008, by Kristie Eden on Flickr.

Drew this picture of Winehouse in 2008 #amy #beautiful #singer #art #amywinehouse

Willem De kooning Sketch of women #art #drawing

Title: Empty Room
Artist: Edward Hopper

Title: Empty Room Artist: Edward Hopper

Artist: Francisco Goya, “Giant”, aquatint , 1818

CRASH POSTER (Jenny Saville: Witness, 2009) #art #painting #jenny saville

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Photographer: Terry Richardson  #art #graffiti #photography

The time of getting fame for your name on its own is over. Artwork that is only about wanting to be famous will never make you famous. Any fame is a by-product of making something that means something. You don’t go to a restaurant and order a meal because you want to have a shit.
— Banksy (via annacarter)

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Barbara Kruger Exhibition at L&M Arts, Los Angeles

The work continues Kruger’s engagement with the kindness and brutality of the everyday, the collision of declaration and doubt, the duet of pictures and words, the resonance of direct address, and the unspoken in every conversation.