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Dear Art Lovers, all the presented works are original, they’re not copies.

Some of them have already decorated the houses of their new owners.

And we are really proud about it!

*The size of some pieces is given without frame and passe-partout. **All your notes and suggestions are welcome under the phone number

+48 604 805 509 (Viber & WhatsApp as well!).

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rozmiar A3, ołówek, pastel

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24,5 x 34,5 cm, ołówek

Nr 3

24,5 x 34,5 cm, ołówek

Nr 4

24,5 x 34,5 cm, ołówek, pastel

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Nr 5

24,5 x 34,5 cm, ołówek, pastel

Nr 6

24,5 x 34,5 cm, ołówek

Nr 7

rozmiar A5, pastel

Nr 8

rozmiar A5, tusz, pastel, ołówek

Nr 9

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel

Nr 10

A5, pastel, tusz

Nr 11

24,5 x 34,5 cm, tusz, ołówek

Nr 12

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 13

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 14

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 15

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 16

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 17

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 18

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 19

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 20

format A3 bez passe-partout i ramy, tusz, pastel, ołówek

Nr 20

Już w ramie i z passe-partout :o)

Nr 21

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 22

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 24

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 25

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 26

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 27

Grafika komputerowa, w dowolnym formacie

Nr 28

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 29

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 30

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 31

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 32

format A5, tusz, ołówek

Nr 33

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 34

format A3, pastel

Nr 35

format A3, pastel

Nr 36

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 37

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 38

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 39

Coffee Art II (made by coffee) format A3, kawa etiopska

Nr 40

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 41

Coffee Art format A3, kawa etiopska

Nr 42

format A3, pastel, ołówek Some graphic work about dating...

Nr 43

24,5 x 34,5 cm, tusz, farba akrylowa

Nr 44

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 45

format A5, tusz, ołówek

Nr 46

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 47

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, tusz, ołówek

Nr 48

format A5, farba akrylowa

Nr 49

format A3, pastel, ołówek

Nr 50

24,5 x 34,5 cm, pastel, ołówek

Nr 51

30x30 cm (bez ramy i passe-partout), akryl na płótnie

Nr 52

50x70 cm (rozmiary bez ramy), akryl na płótnie

Nr 53

format A3, akryl, tusz

Nr 54

format A3, pastele suche i olejne

Nr 55

format A3, ołówek

Nr 56

100 x 70 cm (rozmiary bez ramy), akryl na płótnie

Nr 57

100 x 70 cm (rozmiary bez ramy), akryl na płótnie

Some BLOG Thoughts about the types of modern art...

Up-to-date art, also known as contemporary art, has two special features. The first one is that it is hard to classify it. Perhaps this is because it is always easier to classify the past and to establish certain time limits and directions. These may be settled in the future, but pointing out the art types of the modern world is possible. And the second special feature of contemporary art is that it is made right here and right now in both senses; the description of its types is able to prove it.

1. Anamorphosis

Anamorphosis is creation of images that are only visible upon definite conditions. This includes chalk drawings of cracks or pools on the streets, writings on the walls painted in such a way that their elements come together at a certain angle, paintings on the plates that seem abstract until being reflected by the mirror cups specifically designed for such plates placed on them and much more. Such images are often seen in the online galleries, their ‘abstract’ and ‘correct’ viewing shown side by side.

2. Photorealism/hyperrealism

This type of art reflects the determination to make the painted or drawn works of art (and sometimes sculptures or digital images) better than photos. In order to make them as realistic as possible, small details that are usually ignored or taken as granted are purposefully underlined. The works belonging to these directions are usually created to pay the observers’ attention to social and cultural problems or to comment on them in a way.

3. 3D imagery

This type of art is some kind of opposite to the previous one. Its sense is creating a composition out of real-life items and people and then applying paints and makeup to them in order to make them similar to painted pieces. Naturally, such creations cannot stay ‘alive’ for long, so they are photographed and shown in the online galleries. This also includes makeup optical illusions, such as realistic face drawings or body art illusions.

4. Installations

Installations are artistic creations that involve viewers as well, which often use ready-made materials (natural objects, everyday items, etc.) combined in specific ways. Due to the possibility of being seen at various angles they contain ‘the game of senses’ (the possibility of giving a different meaning to them). Some of them involve video clips, which makes them related to cinematography: the fragments of videos are projected onto objects or walls.

5. Shadow art

This is creation of certain shadow silhouettes by construction of seemingly abstract shapes out of any possible materials (you may have read about it in Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club: there is an episode where Tyler Durden creates a shadow of a giant hand using logs). Most often such art pieces deal with environmental and social themes (like shadows of extinct animals made by figures out of plastic bottles and rubbish, showing the results of environment pollution), although some create horror-themed or graceful works.

6. Underground art

This type of art includes various kinds of it, and not just the well-known graffiti. Nowadays it also includes the so-called reverse graffiti, when the images are created on dirty walls with scrubbing dirt off them in certain places. It is also related to readymade (using everyday objects to create artistic pieces or showing them off as ones) and the aforementioned anamorphosis; in all, it may include almost anything that is usually associated with street life and gives the impression of being nearly illegal. Anyway, “nearly” does not mean its being illegal: practically everybody would agree that walls and fences with gorgeous pictures created most often with a spray can (from those reflecting social problems to illustrating history of the place where they are located) look much better than ordinary grey walls. Besides, many emerging artists have begun their journey with underground art.

7. Unusual sculptures

Nowadays not only stone, wood or metal is used as materials for sculptures. The art of creating sand and ice sculptures has recently become very popular, particularly because it is possible to make them stay solid longer using special mixtures. Sand and ice are also very delicate materials, which mean that they allow adding more details when using them. Apart from that, some artists use everyday items like plastic bottles to create their pieces: for instance, giant fish figures (another tribute to environmental themes).

Those are the basic and most well-known types of contemporary art. Returning to the statement that it is made right here and right now, it is obvious that most of it does not last long or that it is impossible to make it stay for a long time. Therefore, most of such pieces remain only on photos and in the online galleries, where they can be seen by the broad public. As about the painted or drawn works created in more ‘classic’ styles, it is also possible to buy it online or to customize it.

Anyway, the third special feature of contemporary art is that it wouldn’t have existed without modern technologies and online galleries. And here it’s worth to mention that on Art4Love.pl you can buy pieces of modern art which can survive even hundreds of years without any special know-hows, because they are made in a classical manner. And even your great-grandchildren will enjoy your choice just with the help of their eyes and sense of beauty.

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