Jamie Nelson’s fashion photography presents a mechanical mixture of limp and languid pastel reciprocated by angular and surgical scenes in which one finds, trembling still and heavy with pause, constructions of fine art applied over female forms. [ Continue Reading ]
In Jeremy Geddes’ case, self-reflection is left to the unconscious, to manifest as it will on the canvas. No, the Brooklyn painter’s process more closely resembles a vigorous self-examination, which I imagine going something like: [ Continue Reading ]
Magomed Dovjenko is looking for representation. It says so on his site, where one may also find a fair sampling of his gritty, industrial, and marvellously fluid illustrations. Spanning from graffitied back alleys to branded billboards and outwards into liquid shards and vaporous alchemy, this young Cologne-based artist [ Continue Reading ]
Eckhart Tolle wrote, “Love is recognizing the duality in all.” This maxim is demonstrated brilliantly by UK-based photographer and illustrator Spiral, whose images enchant and ensare the viewer in the conflict between the innocent and the depraved, the virtuous and the fallen, the sacred and the profane.
While the dichotomy might come across as old hat in less profound work, Spiral delves recklessly into the alchemy of moment and narrative [ Continue Reading ]