This month it’s all about the Zodiac sign of Scorpio so we have pulled together our top ten picks which have been specially selected to appeal to those born under this star sign.
Those born under the sign of Scorpio are likely to be fiercely independent, and able to accomplish anything that they put their mind to. Unlike other zodiac signs, Scorpios are not normally social butterflies, often preferring to live alone, ensuring that they can maintain control over their environments. They excel in restoring order to a chaotic situation, and like to keep things controlled and organised. In fact, this element of control and dominance is a key trait, and Scorpios will tend to surround themselves with powerful images. Whilst known for their probing minds and attention to detail, Scorpios are constantly trying to understand their emotions through finding a deeper purpose in life. This means they are attracted to the occult, the paranormal, and other types of similar unknown mysteries.
Scorpio’s associated colours are all about transformation, intensity and energy, and so this star sign is often drawn to a deep colour palette of blood red, crimson, black, maroon, burgundy and other exciting and intense colours.
We hope you enjoy looking through the 10 pieces chosen to reflect your star sign.
A Taste Of Power by Beat Kuert
Wilfully provocative, ‘A taste of power’ from Beat Kuert is a sultry piece of Alfa art. The iconic grill design draws you into the centre of the piece, while the abstract lips provide an artistic framing. Beat’s background in experimental film is world renowned. In fact, critics Ernest Buchmuller and Johannes Bosinger consider Beat as one of the most daring explorers of his generation.
Stronger – Kanye West by David Redon
Part of the “Ads Libitum Special Collection” created by French Art Director – David Redon, this image combines the popular song “Stronger” by Kanye West with the iconic WW2 poster “We Can Do It!”
Breaking Bad by Nukhet Cetin
Typography art, based on the cult series Breaking Bad, by Turkish Designer Nukhet Cetin.
“You clearly don’t know who you’re talking to, so let me clue you in. I am not in danger, Skyler. I am the danger.”
Butterflywoman by Hakan Arblom
Swedish Artist Hakan Arblom produces images full of vibrancy and intrigue. The intense colour palette creates an instant focal point in any room setting.
Green Lantern by Nigel Carrington
Self-taught Trinidadian artist Nigel Carrington creates powerful images featuring DC Comic superheroes.
Galactic Vinyl by Ada Birecka
Powerfully haunting, the original vinyl record, re-crafted and suspended against a galactic backdrop, where the centre disk almost becomes an all seeing eye, hooded by stark geometric shapes. Ada Birecka creates art that makes you stop and think as well as it lookng great on your walls
Red Fly by Carlo Perosino
Carlo Perosino is an eclectic artist who moves between film production, experimental and digital art. Passionate about sailing and yachting, his collection of work featuring the world famous Alinghi yacht racing team, showcases his personal passion for sailing and yachting.
The Sprint by Bill Hall
Vibrant and eye-catching all of Bill Hall’s digital art pieces pop from the canvas. Recognized internationally for his sports art, Bill has developed a unique ability to capture the motion and grace contained within every sport. His talent and abilities as a traditional painter have been developed in his Texas studio over the past 40 years.
Diavel Speed by Liang Daniel Peh Kok
Part of the official Ducati Art Collection, Liang Daniel Peh Kok captures the power and energy of the iconic Ducati brand. This piece grabs and holds on to that moment when the kickstand gets bumped up into place, the power is rolled on and the power of the Diavel is released.
Dia De Los Muertos by Kristiina Seppä
Kristiina Seppä is a young Finnish illustrator and graphic designer, currently studying at University and focusing on video game character design. This evocative image pays tribute to Mexican Festival of the Day of the Dead.