Posts tagged " brazil "

Interview: Márcio Pontes Supplementing Digital Art Prints with Philosophy

July 10th, 2017 Posted by Abstract, Art, Design, Digital, Featured, Interviews, Mixed Media, Screenprints No Comment yet

This intuitive Brazilian artist shares his philosophy, the inspiration for his digital art prints, and how he came to develop his design oriented style.

IPaintMyMind Audio Series: Episode 32 – Sev Seveer’s Doodle Mix

November 26th, 2013 Posted by Featured, IPMM Audio Series, Music No Comment yet

Sev Seveer is the latest to bestow the IPaintMyMind Audio Series with a mellow mix for productive souls. Ahead you’ll hear bossa nova, African diaspora, and a range of tracks to chill to.

Ramon Martins (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

October 3rd, 2013 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

The work of Ramon Martins employs bright colors and often uses spray paint to capture movement. A modern nod to history.

Andre Cypriano (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

May 8th, 2012 Posted by Featured, Photography No Comment yet

Whether the larger context or the stare of an intense eye, Cypriano’s work moves us.

Graffiti Fine Art by Jared Levy – Pt 2 : Exclusive Interview

November 28th, 2011 Posted by Featured, Film, Interviews, Photography No Comment yet

“There is no proper direct translation for “Fine Art” in Portuguese.” But we’re talking about Brazil, so that doesn’t surprise us. Get behind filmmaker Jared Levy’s lens in this IPaintMyMind Exclusive Interview…

Graffiti Fine Art by Jared Levy – Pt 1

November 1st, 2011 Posted by Art, Featured, Film, Photography 2 comments

At IPaintMyMind, we’re all about smashing restrictions, labels, divisions – they serve no purpose, especially when it comes to art. Art is about expression, and we don’t give a shit if you fancy white walls or prefer rockin’ over Post No Bills. That being said, we love the prospect of this film.

Fernando Rolla (Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

October 17th, 2011 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Fernando’s slow-motion day trips are reminiscent of Lebowksi and Dali, while imparting a style whose pixelated spaces just flip us out.