This piece by Choi Jeong Hwa is called ‘Dream Tower’. It was installed in Daegu, South Korea in 2009.
Choi Jeong Hwa’s artwork explores mass-produced plastic goods - “kitsch” materials that represent consumerism and throwaway attitudes to such objects. The artist uses bright colours and exaggerated scale, installing the works in public places to imbue them with a sense of the extraordinary.
Antoine Marchalot’s colourful and surreal work is delightfully quirky, with strong visual impact.
Dawid Ryska’s poster illustrations caught my eye. I like the limited colour palettes, fine details and subtle textures he uses.
Kenny Scharf is an LA-based artist who paints many a fine doughnut, such as this piece entitled ”Frosty Pink Donut in Outer Space”.
Of his work, he says “one very important and guiding principle to my work is to reach out beyond the elitist boundaries of fine art and connect to popular culture through my art.”
Found via Art Ruby.