Joey Wozniak

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Artist Joey Wozniak unleashes spiritual energy, layering color and shape against compositional agitation and pulsating forces. Using thickly applied oil paints, Wozniak pulls, scrapes and layers vibrant colors to create densely rendered tapestries that expose an underlying energy bursting below the surface. Flowers strewn through his work evoke Dionysian rites of fecundity and fertility, while also serving as the purest signifiers of beauty. Forgotten gods, gigantic flowers, misty cities, fading landscapes, fantastic creatures, and costumed characters misplaced in time often populate his paintings. Rich with references to both classical art and tribal imagery from a wide sampling of cultures, Wozniak constructs his own unique post-modern vernacular. Bridging a physical approach to the material of paint with a masterful understanding of the stimulus of color, Wozniak creates singular visions of beauty and emotion.








Artist Frank Fruzyna

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Artist Frank Fruzyna uses lush brush strokes and a nuanced sense of color in his richly painted abstractions. Movement and space play out with a masculine assertiveness in his work. The surfaces roil with barely contained energy which seems to break through the physical materiality of the canvas and leap directly into our vision. Fruzyna's strong mastery of his materials is evident in work that binds pure abstraction to emotional abandon.












Heads by artist Joey Wozniak

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Artist Joey Wozniak unleashes spiritual energy, layering color and shape against compositional agitation and pulsating forces. Using thickly applied oil paints, Wozniak pulls, scrapes and layers vibrant colors to create densely rendered tapestries that expose an underlying energy bursting below the surface. Flowers strewn through his work evoke Dionysian rites of fecundity and fertility, while also serving as the purest signifiers of beauty. Forgotten gods, gigantic flowers, misty cities, fading landscapes, fantastic creatures, and costumed characters misplaced in time often populate his paintings. Rich with references to both classical art and tribal imagery from a wide sampling of cultures, Wozniak constructs his own unique post-modern vernacular. Bridging a physical approach to the material of paint with a masterful understanding of the stimulus of color, Wozniak creates singular visions of beauty and emotion.









Mind-Boggling Art

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Triangels

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Triangels Postcards are available at:
http://http://runrave.com/shop/arty-attic-stationery/postcards/triangels/cat_112.html


Legends of the Triangels
Origin: Italy
Background: In ancient Greek mythology, the little angel Cupid has two arrows, one is gold and one is silver. The gold arrow is used to create fate between two mortals, and the silver arrow is used to destroy fate. However, due to the playful nature of the Cupid, he sent out the silver arrow to destroy fate for fun. The Greek goddess Aphrodite, the goddess of love, does not want any fate/destiny to be destroyed, so she sent out this Triangel, love/fate angel to lead fate to mortals.
Usage:To protect love and bring good fate It symbolizes the Guardian Angel of Love.
The doll's head, hands and foots are made by high quality porcelain while the facial part of the doll is made by hand. The limbs of the doll can be twisted into any direction. Each product is handcrafted with sophisticated design.
Story of this doll:The Triangel originated from a famous Italian allusion. In the times of ancient Rome, there was a kindhearted lady falling in love with a young man who was witched to be indifferent to the lady. The lady was so depressed and sit in front of the window crying day and night. Finally, her love had touched the Gods. They sent the Triangel to the lady which could make the witch appear in front of the young man. The young man realized that his true love was the lady and they fell in love again!
Now, in Italy, girls like to place their Triangels in their rooms and let the Triangels bless them. Do you want to have the taste of true love? This Triangel will bless you and your beloved. It is a superb gift to keep or to give as a present to your sweetheart

Sonny-Beautifully shot fashion photography

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Anton S Nelson

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Stefan Lucut

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Romania-based designer, Stefan Lucut’s work is a mix of type, photography,
and vector elements, infused with a modern, contemporary feel.
He mixes vibrant colors, seriffed typography and primitive shapes to create
imagery that is both bold and strong.
Despite the minimalist nature of his site, it does not take long to recognize the maturity and imagination that comes through in his work


Alberto Seveso

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He did not study design, but has had a passion for the subject since, at 15, he discovered Photoshop.His only rule of thumb is that "I use Photoshop to mix everything".He seeks inspiration through music,saying,"I cannot work without my playlist",but he avoids using the work of others as a source of ideas:"It makes one's own goals weaker, and causes your work to lose its value."