Thursday 24th May 2018,
Blustery Daze oil painting

Nom Kinnear King, Female portraits on oil

Nom Kinnear King comes from Norfolk Countryside and creates oils imaginary female portraits. This gallery subject is about girls that roam from town to town(like the artist does) in a patchwork old fashioned never world, where accordions and clarinets trail their steps, their joyful and curious behaviour shadowed by sweet melancholy. Nom’s interest in painting [...]

August 24, 2012 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0
Santorini Oia, Greece, plein air painting by Patrick Faulwetter

Digital plein air painting by Patrick Faulwetter

German artist Patrick Faulwetter initially started designing as an architecture then moved into automotive design and later on he moved into concept design working for the entertainment industry. In his website you will find lots of his artwork while in his blog you can review his concept sketches and his latest digital location sketches, the [...]

August 23, 2012 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0
Man wedding proposal

Wedding proposal on stage

This is what a wedding proposal is all about: One man on his knees One woman crying out of hapinness… Enjoy! [...]

August 23, 2012 Makis Mourelatos World 0
Ancient Spartans in the greek island of Rhodes parody

Spartans came out of nowhere in greek island of Rhodes

A day at the beach in the beautiful greek island of Rhodes could include time travelling back  to ancient Greece where Spartans ruled as the dominant military land-power. [...]

August 22, 2012 Makis Mourelatos World 0
Sheng Fi from Zhanjiang (Guangdong) tries to commit suicide

Shocking pics with Sheng Fi from Zhanjiang (Guangdong), China trying to commit suicide

Apparently Sheng Fi committed a horrible crime herself by killing her 4 yr old nephew by throwing him off  the building’s roof top. Sheng Fi was finally saved and will probably get herself executed by the Chinese fire squad… [...]

August 21, 2012 Makis Mourelatos World 0
Wire Car by Tshepo Tuki

Tshepo “Tuki” an orphan African boy got to see his work in Museum of Modern Art

Being an orphan from a young age 16 years old Tshepo “Tuki” from Makuleke village in rural South Africa was lucky and skilled enough to see his work in Museum of Modern Art(M.O.M.A.). This young African boy “Tuki” was invited to N.Y.C. in order to see his “wire car” artwork being a part of the “Century of the Child” exhibition [...]

August 20, 2012 Makis Mourelatos Culture & Art 0