Uber Illustrator Supreme Tracy Tubera is back with some new Walking Dead inspired prints. Tracy decided to pay homage to Daryl, one of my favorite characters from the show, with his latest prints. The DARYL Prints are available in 2 versions: The Red Edition (red/black) and The Comic Book Edition (black/white). Both versions are available for purchase now on Tracy’s website.
Over the weekend, artist Tracy Tubera released some prints based on some original artwork he created for a 2 man Sneaker art show that took place earlier this year. The originals were Acrylic & Graphite on Chipboard. Each illustration is a play off the nickname for some popular sneakers.
So about a year ago we featured the “Resonant Decor” series on our site. Now the good people over at Vapor Sky are launching a new series entitled “Spectrum Decor.” Spectrum Decor accurately shows the complete depth of a sound by visually exhibiting how we experience sound. The Spectrum Decor canvas visually displays the magnitude of all the sounds contained within a favorite song, recording of your surroundings, famous speech, or any other audio longer than 30 seconds that you want to preserve in an artistic form.
About a year ago we showed this company, Vapor Sky, which allowed you to record your voice and turn it into art. But for those of you who don’t have anything epic to say, there is Epic Frequency. Epic Frequency has chosen several iconic quotes for you and turned them into pieces of art. They have quotes from Neil Armstrong, Martin Luther King, JFK, and more. Each measures 48″ wide, 18″ high, and is wrapped on a 1.5″ frame. They start at $299.
Breaking Bad fan and graphic artist Tracy Tubera recently created a series of illustrations inspired by Walter White entitled “WALT”. The original print that Tracy created, which has been dubbed the “BLUE CRYSTAL EDITION”, has already sold out. But due to high demand, Tracy created 2 new versions of the original print — the “WHITE” edition and the “HEISENBERG” edition. Both of these new versions are available for pre-order from Tracy’s online shop for only $35.00.
German artist Hendrik Beikirch recently completed this mural in the city of Busan, South Korea which turned out to be the tallest mural in all of Asia. Standing at over 230 feet (70 Meters) tall the mural features an image of a local fisherman in his 60′s. It’s a nice contrast to the buildings in the background.