Archive for Abril, 2010

Los Angeles by Julius Schulman

Posted in exposiciones, Fotografía, General on Abril 29th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

No puedes perderte la exposición del fotógrafo Jilius Schulman sobre Los Ángeles. La muestra que permanenecerá en la Sala de Canal de Isabel II de Madrid hasta el 16 de Mayo, está formada por 130 fotografías que revelan la profundidad y la diversidad de la obra de este maestro dedicada a la gran urbe estadounidense y su desarrollo urbanístico. Las imágenes de las elegantes residencias de esta ciudad, ayudaron a difundir el sofisticado estilo de vida de California.


You can’t miss this show about Los Angeles by photographer Julius Schulman. It will be in the Sala Canal de Isabel II until 16 May. The exhibit which consists of 130 photographs, reflects the depth and diversity of this masterful photographer and his attention to big American cities and urban development. The pictures of elegant residences in this city helped to spread Califonia’s sophisticated image.

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Posted in General, Noticias on Abril 26th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment


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The best option

Posted in Materiales de Impresión, Monográficos on Abril 23rd, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

Which material do you prefer? has at your disposal a large range of printing materials and finishes to achive a unique effect.

These are the main characteristics that will help you to define the result that you want:

Printing Materials

Cotton Canvas
Fine Art Glicée printing on UV resistant and waterproof cotton canvas, wich is stretched mounted over a 3.6cm deep wooden interior frame ready to hang on the wall without need of a frame. The image wraps around the sides of the box frame.

Forex is a plastic material (Expanded PVC) ideal for high-quality images, printed directly on to a 5mm deep panel, using a professional process that guarantees maximum quality and durability over time. Each work is delivered ready to hang on the wall using a “frameless” solution that separates the image 3 cm from the wall, creating an effect of weightlessness

Images are printed directly to a 2mm deep anodized aluminium panel, and then attached to another panel, forming a sandwich structure stuffed with black rubber. This structure of great strength and durability contrasts with the delicacy and elegance of the aluminum, creating a play between the images and its magical metallic glints. Each work is delivered ready to hang on the wall using a “frameless” solution that separates the image 3 cm from the wall, creating an effect of weightlessness.

Images are printed on photographic quality paper and fixed onto a 5mm deep perspex. The high quality photographic printing , the translucent shine and the transparencey make a great combination that alights the colours, the brightness and the definition of your artworks, creating a magic light effect. The finished result is glamourous and unlike anything else.

Photo Gallery Frame
The PhotoGallery frame is the the revival of a timeless classic, for pictures that deserve to be the center of attention. Images are framed with a handcrafted 2.5 cm thick black lacquered wood frame, and a white mat of 6cm on each side. The digital images can be printed on metallized, glossy or matte Fuji paper. To protect the photo, the frame includes a non-glare glass. The result is elegant, sober, and if you combine several photos …you will be involved in a spectacular visual game.

Photographic Paper
Digital printing on glossy, matte (Fuji DP II Profesional) or metallized (Fuji Profesional) photographic paper. For sizes larger than 70*100 print is made on matte photographic quality paper. The artwork is delivered rolled inside a tube.

Photographic Paper mounted on black Forex
Digital printing on glossy, matte (Fuji DP II Profesional) or metallized (Fuji Profesional) photographic paper mounted on a 5 mm deep black Forex. The quality of the digitalprint in combination with the elegance of the black Forex, makes this material to be the most favorited and popular alternative among professional photographers. The artwork is delivered ready to hang on the wall using a “frameless” solution that separates the image 3 cm from the wall, creating a floating effect.

MuseArtist: Watercolor Spills

Posted in Artistas, creatividad, dibujo e ilustración, pintura, retrato, surrealismo, técnica mixta on Abril 19th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

La carrera artística de Jackson Pollock, estuvo caracterizada por un estilo libre y abstracto que poco a poco fue evolucionando del surrealismo al expresionismo abstracto. Pollock desarrolló una técnica llamada action-painting o dripping, consistente en derramar, dejar gotear o lanzar pintura sobre lienzos sin tensar. Una técnica que creó tendencia y marcó una época dentro del mundo del arte y seguida por otros muchos artistas. Casi podríamos afirmar que MuseArtist  se inpiró de forma consciente o inconciente en la obra de Pollock, para re-versionar esta técnica y crear ”Painted Face“: una obra que mezcla técnicas digitales y tradicionales en una composición que fusiona los característicos derrames de pintura de Pollock sobre el umbral de un rostro. 

 Painted Face by MuseArtist

Jackson Pollock’s artistic career, was characterized by a free and abstract style which gradually evolved from surrealism to abstract expressionism. Pollock developed a technique called action-painting or dripping, consisting of pouring, dripping or throwing paint on unstretched canvas. A technique that created a trend and marked an epoch in the world of art followed by many other artists. We could almost say that MuseArtist  was inspired -consciously or unconsciously- by the work of Pollock,  to make a new version of this technique to create “Painted Face“: a work that combines digital and traditional techniques in a unique composition that fuses Pollock’s characteristic spills with the threshold of a face.

Visita la Galería de MuseArtist y adquiere sus obras en el tamaño y material de impresión que desees en –  Visit MuseArtist’s gallery at and acquire any of his artworks in the size and the printing material that you wish.

Hang me up

Posted in Artistas, color, creatividad, dibujo e ilustración, Erótica, pintura, retrato, técnica mixta on Abril 16th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

E m i l i e R  (F r a n c e 1 9 8 0)  She started to paint at the age of 8, and never lost her curiosity for those quiet mutations of human being meanwhile acting as a designer all around the world (Canada, US, Europe and Asia).

Emilie’s figures are revealing her concern for body in this urban world, now: as an envelope carrying a soul. Perpetually evolving. She is working on representing an area that is messed up in between truth and lies. What you see is only what you want to look at. In between shadow and neon light, there is this in between unreachable that doesn’t even belong to anything known: Superfluity and pure holiness. 




Hang me up is about love.

We talk about love, we learn how to love. The very first moment of our embryonic life is about love. Trophy women. It is not about women. It is about how much we care. Affection is all we need. Time is all there is. Buried somewhere under our principles of freedom and individuality, there is a ruthless hunt for affection. I hang you up, and you’ll be mine forever. Passion, emotional closeness, desire, uniqueness, attachment as the most common and profoundly human needs. Love at it’s most superficial is a religion that kills loneliness. Hearts in bodies. You can get as many as you want, if you want.

Yet you will never get another soul for yourself.

Visita la Galería de E m i l i e R y adquiere sus obras en el tamaño y material de impresión que desees en –  Visit E m i l i e R’s gallery at and acquire any of his artworks in the size and the printing material that you wish.


Posted in color, creatividad, dibujo e ilustración, Erótica, Fotografía on Abril 12th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

Fluctuante e irreverente, el sexo es amor, arte, fetiche, ilusión… Un cúmulo de estímulos de incalculable poder, donde la fotografía artística cobra a demanda del espectador un papel fundamental a través de piezas que reúnen los componentes necesarios para plasmar sensaciones y proyectar emociones indescriptibles sobre instantáneas.

Floating and irreverent, SEX means love, art, fetish, illusion…all together at once. A cluster of stimuli and unexpected sensations of incalculable power, where photography takes a key role through pieces that meet and join the necessary components to project  indescribable feelings and emotions with and overdose of eroticism. 

Lower than human

Posted in arte digital, Artistas, creatividad, Series fotográficas, técnica mixta on Abril 8th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

Lower than human: 4 by  Tajana Šiždrak

Tajana Šiždrak was born in Zagreb in 1979. After graduating from the School of Applied Art and Design in 1997, Tajana enrolled at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb (faculty of graphics). Following various prominent group exhibitions at Zagreb galleries, Tajana had her first independent exhibition at the “Vision” gallery in 2003 in Zagreb.
She has provided illustrations for Vesernji list, the Croatian travel guide “Hrvatski Hosteler” and illustrated books such “Pinokio” (Carlo Collodi) and “Branka” (August Šenoa). Her work has been exhibited in Johannesburg (South Africa), Belgrade, Zagreb, Berlin and Melville and she is currently spending much time designing and preparing exhibitions.
The artist has received noumerous acknowledgements and special honors from the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb.

The series “Lower than Human” exhibited at, offers to the viewer forms and ideas placed right in the border between a real world and an abstract world, expressed through textures, shapes and graphic and photographic elements. Works that mix a recognizable reality, with other elements that belong to an abstraction which has been -intentionally- dyed in blue.

Por: TajanaSizdrak
Por: TajanaSizdrak
Por: TajanaSizdrak

Tajana Šiždrak nació en Zagreb en 1979. Tras graduarse en la Escuela de Artes Aplicadas y Diseño en 1997, se matriculó en la Academia de Bellas Artes de Zagreb (Facultad de Diseño Gráfico) para completar su formación. Después de muchas exposiciones colectivas, expuso por primera vez en solitario en la “Galería Visión” de Zagreb en el 2003. Posee un curriculo admirable repleto de exposiciones colectivas, individuales y exibiciones en espacios públicos que la han hecho merecedora de numerosos reconicimientos y distinciones especiales otorgadas por la Academia de Bellas Artes de Zagreb. Entre los proyectos que ha llevado a cabo cabe además destacar las ilustraciones realizadas para libros y medios impresos como “Vesernji”,  The Croatian Travel Guide “Hrvatski Hosteler”, “Pinokio” (Carlo Collodi) y “Branka” (August Šenoa). Ha expuesto en ciudades de todo el mundo como Johanesburgo (Sudáfrica), Belgrado, Zagreb, Berlín o Melville. Actualmente, Tajana está inmersa en el desarrollo de nuevos proyectos y futuras exposiciones.

La serie “Lower than Human” expuesta en, ofrece al espectador una visión fronteriza entre un mundo real y un mundo abstracto a través de texturas, formas y elementos gráficos y fotográficos. Una muestra extremadamente interesante que mezcla una realidad reconocible a primera vista, con otros elementos que forman parte de una abstracción intencionadamente teñida de azul.

Visita la Galería de Tajana Šiždrak y adquiere sus obras en el tamaño y material de impresión que desees en –  Visit Tajana Šiždrak’s gallery at and acquire any of his artworks in the size and the printing material that you wish.

Ideas Gráficas

Posted in arte digital, Artistas, creatividad, dibujo e ilustración, pintura on Abril 5th, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment


Músico a rayas

Martín Elfman (Buenos Aires, 1976), posee una serie de ilustraciones fabulosas. Nos encanta sobretodo por su calidad artística, su esencia retro y por la intensidad controlada de sus colores. Es uno de esos artistas cuya vida está repleta de experiencias con un marcado carácter aventurero. Ha vivido en Israel, Barcelona, Lisboa, Venecia y Nápoles. Comienzó a trabajar como caricaturista callejero en Londres en el verano de 1999 y continuó desarrollado esta actividad por ciudades de toda Europa. A partir de septiembre de 2006 se instala definitivamente en Barcelona y comienza a colaborar como ilustrador y caricaturista en periódicos  como El País y El Periódico de Cataluña y en las revistas Benzina, Quimera, Minerva, Barceloner, El Malpensante, Punto y Seguido.

Por: Elfman
Por: Elfman

Argentine illustrator Martín Elfman (Buenos Aires, 1976), featured artist  in our gallery, has a range of fabulous prints. We love their retro quality and whimsical bright colours. He is one of those artists whose life is full of experiences with a distinctly adventurous spirit. He’s lived in Israel, Barcelona, Lisbon, Venice and Naples. He started as a cartoonist in the streets of London in 1999. Since then, he’s been painting in cities across Europe and with his return back to Barcelona in September 2006, he began to work as an illustrator and cartoonist for newspapers such as El Pais or El Periodico de Catalunya and the magazines Benzina, Quimera, Minerva, Barceloner, El Malpensante y Punto y Seguido.

Visita la Galería de Martín Elfman y adquiere sus obras en el tamaño y material de impresión que desees en –  Visit Martín Elfman’s gallery at and acquire any of his artworks in the size and the printing material that you wish.

Le Carré

Posted in Artistas, Blanco & Negro, creatividad, Decoración, Fotografía, General, Tutorials on Abril 2nd, 2010 by admin – Be the first to comment

El formato cuadrado  no es siempre el más conveniente para representar determinadas escenas ya que por lo general, conlleva dificultades técnicas. Tanto en fotografía como en ilustración, requiere una estudiada disposición de los elementos y el cumplimiento de una de las normas esenciales que hacen referncia al encuadre y a la composición. Para poder sacar el máximo partido a la imagen, ésta debe al menos cumplir la “Regla de los Tercios” por la que tres de las cuatro masas visuales presentes en la obra, deben situarse sobre los puntos calientes de la misma. De estos puntos o masas, es de donde emergen las directrices que guian la mirada del espectador de un lugar a otro, evitando que ésta se salga de la imagen.

Dorit, con su imagen Don’t ask, nos ofrece un ejemplo de cómo la mirada del espectador es guiada de un punto a otro a través de líneas horizontales (el mar), verticales (el poste) y diagonales (las huellas) para conducirnos al punto de principal de interés: una rueda atada a un poste de luz, que plantea la incógnita de la autora y a su vez da título a la obra: Don’t ask.


Don’t ask by Dorit 

The square format is not always the most suitable to represent certain scenes as it is often technically difficult to compose. In both photography and illustration, it requires an elaborate arrangement of the elements, and the fulfillment of one of the main rules concerning the framing and composition of a scene which will allow the artist to take the full advantage of it : “The Rule of the Thirds”,  for which three of the four visual masses must be placed on the hot zones of the artwork. From these “hot points” is where the guidelines emerge and guide the viewer’s eye from one place to another, in order to prevent it from being put away, outside the image.
Dorit , with her artwork Don’t ask, gives us an example of how the viewer is led from one point to another through horizontal lines (the sea), vertical lines (the post), and diagonal lines (the car tracks in the sand) to take us to the main point of interest: a tire attached to a lamppost. A weird situation which raises a question to the author about its meaning and gives the title to the artwork: Don’t ask

Visita la Galería de Dorit  y adquiere sus obras en el tamaño y material de impresión que desees en –  Visit Dorit’s gallery at and acquire any of his artworks in the size and the printing material that you wish.