‘A Morning Song’ (1997) by Chinese artist Shi Yi (史一) who was born in Shanghai in 1939 and is one of the best known contemporary Chinese printmakers, making woodcuts often with rural Chinese landscape and village scenes.
“Death blowing bubbles,” 18th century. The bubbles symbolize life’s fragility. This plaster work appears on the ceiling of Holy Grave Chapel in Michaelsberg Abbey, Bamberg, Germany.
While being on vacation in Tokyo during the summer 2019, something extraordinary happened. The night of July 26, an enormous monster attacked the city. A giant reptile of huge size was destroying everything on its way, sowing death and terror. Seeing this, I could only ask the Virgin of Guadalupe for intervention, and some time later Godzilla got lost in the sea.
David Moreno, Tokyo/Mexico, 2020
Borja González aka Borja González Hoyos (Spanish, b. 1982, Badajoz, Extremadura, Spain) – Illustrations to El Rey de los Elfos (Der Erlkönig) (The King of the Elves) a poem by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (German, 1749-1832), 2015, Drawings