A group of artists have chosen an unusual art medium, jellybeans, to express how much time a person has in life. Dividing the beans into groups to symbolize how much time we spend on daily chores vs meaningful, purposeful activities reveals just how much time a human being actually has to bring value into the world. Perhaps it’s time to take a look at our priorities in life and decide which actions and activities are truly important and worthwhile.
Daniel Montero Galan was born in Madrid, Spain in 1981 and still lives there. He says that he struggled to verbally express himself as a child so he turned to communicating with the world through art. Galan’s style is similar to that of Japanese artist Takeo Takei, but has a modern, humorous twist to it. […]
Susan Batori (Bátori Zsuzsa) is a designer and artist from Budapest, Hungary, whose sweet illustrations celebrate the joys and adventures of childhood. Each scene that Batori illustrates epitomizes a child’s ability to marvel at new experiences and expresses the artist’s own exceptional imagination. Batori says that she doesn’t like to talk about herself, preferring to […]