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July 13th, 2009

From the producers of Yankee Gal, a short video I featured a while back, comes another beautifully made animated short.  [ Continue Reading ]

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Mathew Woodson aka Ghostco

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July 11th, 2009

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Ghostco, (gost-ko) is Mathew Woodson’s ‘tag’ he used during adolescents in acts of petty vandalism.  Really awesome comic style illustration, I love the images of scars on people.  [ Continue Reading ]

Aaron Baggio-PENnINK Art

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July 5th, 2009

aaron baggio 07 Aaron Baggio PENnINK ArtAaron Baggio is a pointillist artist, using successive layers of ink dots to create depth and shadowing.  He sometimes uses [ Continue Reading ]


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July 5th, 2009

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Nicole Tran Va Bang is a multi-media artist with a very accesible, but maturely provocative style whose artwork begs for answers to questions that all of us ask. The umbrella topic? Beauty. It has been a fascination for artists since the dawn of time, but not all artists have live in a time when beauty has become such a fascination of all of society. We are pummelled with it from billboards, movie screens and, not least of all, mirrors. Tran Va Bang’s art dares to ask what it’s all about, how we get it, and, most of all, what it means. [ Continue Reading ]

The shape of this moment is Spiral

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July 4th, 2009

spiral studio 5 400x400 The shape of this moment is Spiral

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 ]

Dmitriy Maximov: A Surreal Sunrise

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June 28th, 2009

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Dmitry Maximov is a Russian-born artist that seems to exist in a world of his own.  His works are at once as human — and humane — as anyone peeking in from the outside and altogether surreal, making up a land that is not so much a caricature of ours, but, perhaps, its shadow, a whisper of a possibility of what we could have been.  And, thankfully, are not.  More humane, perhaps, more painfully lonely, more different from one another in a way, we, who have our race around us, our country, our city, our family, even our culture, should ever fear to be. [ Continue Reading ]

Bad Girls

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June 22nd, 2009

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Austria-born artist Mercedes Helnwein‘s heroines always seem to be up to something. Holding random objects or positioned in strange ways, the girls have a general air of sneakiness, not to mention they’re drawn with such careful detail that they could easily be mistaken for photographs.

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Chris Scarborough

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June 21st, 2009

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Great work by photographer Chris Scarborough from Nashville, TN.  I love photographs that make me debate whether its real or a really good illustration and these works of art do just that. The enlarged eyes remind me of the Soundgarden video Black Hole Sun, [ Continue Reading ]

Izzie Klingles Gives Life to Ink

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June 16th, 2009

izzie3 585x389 Izzie Klingles Gives Life to InkIzzie Klingles is a lovely illustration artist with a special talent in pen and ink technique.  She is based in London and is known as a fashion illustrator.  [ Continue Reading ]

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