I love the art of cinema.
It’s been the foundation of our lives, and it’s one of the few arts that we can really count on being a part of the next decade.
But art and film are going to continue evolving and I think we’re going to be seeing some really cool, unexpected things with the next generation of cinema, and I want to share my excitement.
In 2019, I will be traveling the world in my new Artstation art-travel guide, taking in art installations from around the world and the world’s leading art directors, photographers, and curators.
This book will offer a snapshot of my travel and art-finding experiences in a way that is accessible to a wider audience.
In 2017, I published Artstation: The Art of Travel, which included a photo book, a series of essays, and a companion blog post on travel art.
In 2018, I returned to the world of art and travel, this time focusing on travel and film, as well as my ongoing art-and-travel journey.
I’m excited to continue my ongoing quest for exploration of the art world.
I’ll also be sharing my travel-inspired photography projects and my art-curating adventures in my Artstation post on the subject of photography, as I’m embarking on a new project to document my journey as a photographer, starting in Australia.
And I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to collaborate with some of the most influential artists in the world, including: • Mark Mothersbaugh, artist and illustrator, artist behind The Artist, The Artist: A Story, and The Artist.
He’s been an incredible inspiration for me since I was a little kid.
I have been fortunate to have his art work in my gallery for over a decade, and he has always had a strong influence on my style.
I will share his inspiration in the Artstation series with some inspiring images of my art.
• Pablo Picasso, one of my favourite artists, and the father of modernism.
I’ve worked with him on many projects over the years, including The Art in the Window.
I hope this will be the first of many collaborations between me and him in the future.
• Leonardo DiCaprio, who was one of The Artist’s earliest fans and has inspired many of my work.
I was fortunate enough to work with him in my early work as a director and as a producer on his The Artist film, and now I am working with him to create an incredibly personal and personal story for his life.
• The late and great Michael Curtiz, the world-renowned sculptor who also designed the iconic Michael Jackson statue.
We had a chance to spend time together in the mid-’80s and he is a very influential figure in the art community and in my life, and this project will be a fantastic chance to learn more about the man who created the iconic piece.
• Michaelangelo Antonioni, who designed many of the world to look beautiful.
We recently sat down and worked on a project together, and my friend and I shared some really personal stories about the history of the piece, and of the man whose name is on it, and his life and legacy.
These artists have influenced my work in many ways and I’m delighted to share that with my readers.
I look forward to sharing the work I’ve created with these amazing artists, including my most recent collaboration with the late and very prolific artist, the great artist and painter Alberto Giacometti.
All of this art will be featured in a new ArtStation art-book series, Artstation 2019.
Each month, I’ll be writing an art-related piece that I hope will reflect the themes and inspirations of the month and give readers a great, curated look at my work, from travel art to art history.
In addition, ArtStation 2019 will feature an art book of my personal favorite works, a selection of short films, and two short essays from my favorite artists and filmmakers.
The first is a new essay from acclaimed filmmaker and director Alex Gibney, who is a great friend and a great inspiration to me.
The second is an essay from my friend Nick Stahl, whose work has influenced me so much over the past 30 years, from his documentary The Unbreakable Miss Lovely to his recent film, the beautiful and moving documentary The Story of My Life.
The theme of ArtStation is “I am the journey.”
And I want every reader to experience it as a journey.
This is a journey that will inspire, surprise, and challenge you as you experience my art and work.
ArtStation2019 will be available for preorder on July 15.
For more information, visit www.artstation.com.
To see my art in action, check out the new Art Station 2019 video above.
Read moreArtStation 2019 is out now in print and on iTunes.
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