Mark Weaver is an art director and designer in NYC. His work has been featured in variety of magazines – ISO50, Grain Edit, H&FJ, Coudal Partners, Print Magazine, Oxford American, Tokion Magazine, etc. In a respectable manner, his stunning illustrations have been floating around the web for quite some time. We love it when artists create art that allows the viewer to interpret different meanings and messages being portrayed.
Stephen Silver (born August 30, 1972 in London, England, UK) is a British professional artist, cartoonist and character designer. He is best known as the lead character designer for animated series such as Kim Possible and Danny Phantom.
Installation artist and urban planner, Candy Chang recently inspired New Orleans locals to declare their hopes and dreams on a wall in their community for her new project, Before I Die. This interactive street art uses an abandoned house as a blackboard and encouraged passersby to write down the one thing they want to do before they kick the bucket with the chalk provided.
It’s also about turning a neglected space into a constructive one where we can learn the hopes and aspirations of the people around us.
To the artist’s amazement, the entire wall was filled before the end of the first day.
Miami artist, Jen Stark lives in wonderful world of color and construction paper. Her brilliant paper sculptures are amazingly vibrant and executed perfectly. She hand cuts massive amounts of massive sheets of paper and exhibits in galleries around the world. Hit up her website for more inspiration.