Posts Tagged ‘three dimensional’

Artist of the moment………..Odeith

 

Odeith is a fantastic street artist from Portugal renown for his style of creating depth and three dimensional on flat surfaces.

Odeith was born in Damala, Portugal in the year 1976.

The artist has ran his own tattoo parlor.

He became interested in graffiti and street art by seeing it on trains in the 1990s.

The artist is based out of Lisbon, Portugal. Odeith is also a commercial artist and has worked with such international brands and Shell Oil and Coke.

Below a link to the website of the artist Odeith:

http://www.odeith.com/

Price range information: This artist is great for the fact its very easy to purchase a fine print. At the website listed above prints range from 25€ up to  550€. If you live in States or own U.S. dollars its a great opportunity to buy a piece of fine art whilst the dollar is so strong against the euro.

In this clip from Odeith we see many examples of his style of artistic lettering:

 

Odeith stands alone with his style of building dimension in letters. With many street artists who use typography they exaggerate the letters so much I can’t understand them! Not so with Odeith, whose letters and work I can recognize at first glance.

Many artists are able to make fantastic images making three dimensional works out of letters, but what is so impressive about Odeith is that he is able to apply his style to the corners of buildings, and their 90 degree angles, in addition to painting on the flat side of a building.

Below more images by Odeith:

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Artist of the moment……..Street Artist Moneyless

 

 

Moneyless is an Italian born street artist renown for his three dimensional installation works and paintings of basic geometric shapes.  Moneyless also goes by the name of Teo Pirisi. The artist has used his background as a street artist and his studies of industrial architecture and design to develop his own unique language of expression and art.

Teo Pirisi was born in the year 1980.

Price range information: Sorry none available.

The artist attended the Fine Art Academy located in Carrara, Italy where he studied industrial design and architecture. He also attended the Higher Institute for Artistic Industries located in Florence, Italy.

Below we view a time lapse of Moneyless as he works on a painting:

Moneyless was heavily influenced by the street and graffiti art of Tuscany, Italy.

Below a link to the website of Moneyless:

http://www.moneyless.it/

The artist says his work and the shapes involved represent ideas.

Below a quick glimpse of a gallery show featuring the paintings and drawings of Moneyless. These works remind me of when I was very young and two of my favorite toys were the Spirograph and the Slinky.

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