Werewolf Hollow. If you drive down the lane at Werewolf Hollow, Shelby County Indiana: there is a stop sign. Look close and you will see blood flowing on it. As you go on, there are cornfields. You can see a male ghost. Be careful not to stop your car because he will scratch your car. He is trying to warn you not to go on. There are some abandoned houses and if you get out of your car and go up to the houses, you can see a ghost in one window. In another window, you hear noises.
Serbian artist Endre Penovác's ability to somehow control the unforgiving nature of water on paper to produce ghostly paintings of felines. As the mixture of water and black ink bleeds in every direction it appears to perfectly mimic the cat’s fur. In his newest pieces Penovác introduces elements of color and negative space to add a slightly new dimension. You can see more of his recent work on Facebook and Saatchi Art.
samwolfeconnelly: ‘The Docks’ Sam Wolfe Connelly My second piece from the Supersonic Electronic show. Both this and ‘Harvest’ were sold before the show had opened last week. The rest of the work from the show you can see over at Spoke Art. And if you’re in San Francisco, you can see it all hung til the 26th.
The woman with superhuman sight: Scientists say they have found doctor who can see 99 MILLION more colours than average human// While she can't see through walls or turn her eyes into a heat ray, the unidentified woman is a 'tetrachromat', with the ability to see much greater colour depth than almost everyone else in the world. (click for more)
Serbian artist Endre Penovác renders fluffy felines with stark black watercolors and ink. Penovác heavily dilutes the pigments with water creating small rivers and splotches that perfectly mimic the texture of fur.
Serbian artist Endre Penovác renders fluffy felines with stark black watercolors and ink. Penovác heavily dilutes the pigments with water creating small rivers and splotches that perfectly mimic the texture of fur. You can see more of these on his website and over on Miss Moss. Upda