Monday, January 22, 2018

PL#103026 3 Red MarkyArt Original

PL#103026 3 Red MarkyArt Original Limited Edition Poster
PL#103026 3 Red MarkyArt Original Limited Edition Poster
by markomundo

PL#103026 3 Red MarkyArt Original

ArtSmart: 

i can't take 3 red, can't take she said,
I woulda try to trip I guess I got no tread.
when I was young i apostasy
i waz kicked out no apolo-gee
emotion drops deep as does my structure.
i never sing, 'cause to sing is the mother of superstructure!

"If you only listen to one rap this year, let it be this one. Never before have I heard such genius as 'to sing' being compared to 'the mother of superstructure'."
- DJ Stones, Awesum Rap Mag 

©markyart 2018 I own this.


Wednesday, December 20, 2017

PL#9802547 Sorry / Not Sorry - MarkyArt Contemporary Original Art


PL#9802547 Sorry / Not Sorry - MarkyArt Contemporary Original Art

What starts out as sorrow is soon manipulated into a false sense of longing, often leaving only a sense of dread and the faint prospect of a new beginning.

©markyart 2017 I own this.

Monday, December 11, 2017

PL#2553495B MarkyArt Original Contemporary Modern Art


MarkyArt Original Contemporary Modern Art

"We held the artist in solitary confinement and we almost broke her... we beat and tortured her endlessly for days. She would not submit..." ~ Michael M. Powell, Riddle Technologies

PL#2553495B

©markyart 2017 I own this.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

PL#469231 MarkyArt Original Modern Art

PL#469231 MarkyArt Original Modern Art

My work explores the relationship between emerging dystopias and emotional memories.
©markyart 2017 I own this.

Monday, November 6, 2017

MarkyArt PL#1030309 Contemporary Modern Art Poster

MarkyArt PL#1030309 Contemporary Modern Art Poster
MarkyArt PL#1030309 Contemporary Modern Art Poster
by markomundo

My work explores the relationship between post-post-modern sensibilities and interior angst.

New variations are generated from both found objects and random meanings.

Original content is manipulated into a series of colors, shapes, and possibilities that can change often throughout the process. 

©markyart 2017 I own this.

Friday, October 27, 2017


PL#238639
©markyart 2017
I own this.

My work continues to explore the relationship between Jungian archetypes and unwanted gifts.

With influences as diverse as Dylan and Abstraction, tensions are generated from both constructed and discovered discourse.

Ever since I was a pre-adolescent I have been fascinated by the traditional understanding of meaning. What begins as triumph soon becomes debased into a dialectic of depression, leaving only a sense of failing and perhaps the chance of a new beginning.

As spatial forms become transformed through experimentation dissonance, you may be left with a hymn to the darkness of our existence.

In the broadest perspective, the positive and negative counterbalance desensitizes the spectator. The active design elements in effect alienate and accentuate the misperceptions inherent in the piece. Though I am loathe to rate art, reducing it to a Rotten Tomatoes aesthetic, I must give this one a
42%.  ~ Anke Fuerst, Art Universe