art and identity, Every painter paints himself

Art and identity, vs human contact. In art, appearances can be deceiving.

It is not the artwork we conquer but ourselves

Don't worry, our lives are contemporary things. This site, perhaps not surprisingly, seriously takes whimsical issues. Humor is not contempt, humor a way of living on the light side of life, because light is the blood of visual arts.

graphic artist

Nothing creates distrust more than art sites that are void of a warm human contact.

If you think contemporary art too expensive, make it yourself. Everyone seems to think the humorous-cynical side of the canvas is the big variable.

full art visual identity

... enough money that I could never blame failure on anyone but myself.

Piet Mondrian, p. 226

every bit of funny artists is found in almost everything

As they never sign their paintings on the front (like most artists today), the initials are less that authoritative, although they actively participate in blurring the tracks of authority: Every artist is expected to paint his own nature into his artworks.

every artist paints his own nature into his pictures

Every weird painter paints himself

Because identity is a necessity. Whatever the artist makes is always some kind of bizarre self portrait. Thanks for visiting!