Pop surrealism, harnessed by Eduardo Recife, showcases how transfixing it can be. The quintessential artist (boredom inspired scrawling on surfaces including friends) Eduardo Recife births interesting pieces, each vying for deserving attention. He has his own site , but for more eye treats, visit here.
I was flipping through the delectable publication, CMYKmag, when I found Harrison Freeman’s bomb illustration called Moving Out. Despite the connection made on a personal level, the piece is super alluring. Maybe the rule of thirds plays its part, but the image flows together in one harmonious direction. Yet, the triptych feel also allows the … Continue reading