Sweet Illustrations by Serge Bloch for Valentine’s Day

Sweet Illustrations by Serge Bloch

You’ve seen the illustrations of prolific French artist Serge Bloch before – even if you don’t think you have. His editorial work is featured in and on the covers of tons of international and domestic newspapers, magazines and books. He’s designed a number of illustrated books for both children and adults. His editorial art can be found in just about every type of publication you can think of from Medical Journals to Fashion catalogs. His website art and catalogs for luxury brand Hermes are very well known as is his design and branding work children’s label Petit Bateau. (more…)

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The Coolest Kisses in Art for Valentine’s Day.

The Evolution Of The Kiss In Art

Ah, the kiss. The most romantic expression of love and tenderness. You may think that kissing as a subject in fine art is trite or cliche, but that doesn’t mean it hasn’t been depicted beautifully by many of the world’s most well-known and respected artists. As my Valentine to you, I have rounded up some of the most interesting and iconic expressions of “The Kiss” (Le Baiser, Der Kuss) by established artists over the past 150 years. (more…)

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Classic Romantic Paintings Get Subtly Animated in BEAUTY Video by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

BEAUTY Video by Rino Stefano Tagliafierro

In this 10 minute video, BEAUTY, director Rino Stefano Tagliafierro takes 116 romantic paintings (all of which are listed at the end of this post) and slowly and subtly animates them, bringing the beauty in them to life. A slight tilt of the head, a dress raising ever so gently, petals falling from flowers – tiny, almost imperceptible movements, are expertly executed without changing the general composition or color of the original painting. (more…)

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