April’s art of the month is a little different. This time around, we decided to let our readers vote on Instagram and on Facebook on which artworks appealed to them for the month.

And surprise, surprise! It’s the cover of “FIZIK-LAH!” – a brand new book on physics written by Zamir Mohyedin and Mohd s. Faiz – that was voted as Eksentrika’s Art of the Month for April – it received a total of 53 likes and loves!

The design was created by Fasrulisham Ramly who faced many hurdles when pitching the design to the publishers. We’re glad Simptomatik Press obliged. The design fits the sempoi and yet extremely cool way physics has been presented to Malaysians. We dig it! Grab the book which is only going for RM20 here!

Here are more artworks which caught our attention last month!

We love this simple and yet elegant strokes of Riezal Mustafa!

Artsick Vortigern‘s artwork blew our mind!

“Terra” 24 x 36 inches stretched canvas was created using acrylics and mixed medium by Yana from House of Tiariz.

This haunting artwork was created by Andy Adlin and is based on the mixed art philosophies by Vincent Van Gogh, Rene Magritte and Max Ernst. He used his own tears, saliva, hair and contact lens to create this masterpiece.

More monsters with batman blending in by Zami Musa.

Snowny Ng created this simple DIY scratchboard. It was made using a DVD disk with a layer of acrylic paint painted on the shiny side of the disk. Toothpicks were used to scratch the pattern out.

Ka Ka and her dog on a lazy weekend 😀

隐藏的雕像 – Hidden Statue – Patung Besar Terpendam by Jim Law Wai Keong.

This piece by Charissa Adeline is called Radiation. It’s a mandala drawn over the flower of life and was made with copics and uv acrylic paint to give the artwork the extra glow.

This is extremely clever stuff by Charis Doodling. She doodled this cute message on a raincoat!

Doughnuts and candies, anyone? Ann Syafiqah made this lovely artwork using a sharpie maker and a drawing pen.

Last month Nanyang Siang Pau got into trouble with PAS following an editorial cartoon which portrayed the Islamist party leader as a monkey. Hadi Awang threathened to demonstrate and sue the Chinese daily. This was Fahmi Reza‘s response to the entire incident.

This awesome trippy artwork was created using poster color and black marker by Maria Carla Ratnasingam.

Geometric l Line l Heart . 心 by Michelle Yap.

Erique-KiddoArt‘s FoToon is a collaboration between the artist and professional photographers.

Artist Black Project is into streetwear – which explains the skeleton’s hoodie. Created using watercolour on paper, the artist has been hiking alot since he moved to Penang from the UK about 4-years ago.

Breakfast Club and X-Men AU by Hajer Nasir.

Zabedee Chiang inks a geometric bear onto his Timberland shoes!

“Wild Melon” by Kelvin Lee.

Sketch vs Watercolour VS Thread. “My first attempt using threads to replace watercolour. Now you can see the final result,” Roselin Yusof says.

An Indian girl drawing ala Alphonso Mucha, but not so him by Syåmsul PS.

Iron Patriot by Hq Anuar.

Amazing mandala by Zhafran and Eidlan.

The winning artworks of all the 12-months will stand a chance to compete to become Eksentrika’s Art of the Year 2017. The winning artist will then receive a special surprise from us! Check out the previous art of the month here!

Interested to participate? Submit your best artwork to editors@eksentrika.com with the header “Art of the Month (enter month) 2017”. Do add short detail about the artwork such as the medium used and what inspired you to create it. Oh, please do include a link to your Instagram or Facebook page! Each artist can only submit one artwork per-month.