3/25/15 – Cubism & Micko Vic

Lately, I’ve developed a fascination for Cubism. Renowned artists such as Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso were some of the pioneers of this movement around the 20th century.

I personally lean towards Cubist artwork different to what they produced. I love Cubist artwork with strong, vibrant colors where you are still able to get a sense for a main object in the painting (be it a scene, a portrait, etc.), yet the artist “breaks it down” in such a way that you still have vast room for your own interpretation.

Today I came across a Serbian artist named Micko Vic. I could not find much on the artist himself, unfortunately. However, I was able to gather that he usually sketches the scene/object with pencil and brush, and then adds layers of both acrylic and impasto gel with a palette knife to get a textured effect. I find his artwork very powerful.

Artist: Micko Vic Details: Unknown
Artist: Micko Vic
Details: Unknown
Artist: Micko Vic Details: Unknown
Artist: Micko Vic
Details: Unknown
Artist: Micko Vic Details: Unknown
Artist: Micko Vic
Details: Unknown
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Artist: Micko Vic
Details: Unknown
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