Graffiti is much more than spray paint and over-sized letters now-a-days. [ Continue Reading ]
An artist who is actually profiting? I thought that no longer existed! [ Continue Reading ]
As most of my posts demonstrate, I’m a sucker for narrative – peeking into the medicine cabinets of just about everyone who will let me in their bathroom. When I first saw Alison Picard‘s work pop up as profile pictures on facebook, I was intrigued. It was when I saw her work as the cover of the upcoming issue of the Toronto-based queer publication NOMOREPOTLUCKS.ORG that I realized that Alison’s work is bloody (actually!) & real.
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Looking for a unique holiday gift that is sure to be memorable? Look no further. The picture you see above may look to you like a greasy fold of uncooked bacon strips, but that my friends, is actually a wallet. Yes, Fred Flare an online store which recently opened a location in Greenpoint, Brooklyn is certainly a must on my list of places to stop by this holiday season. [ Continue Reading ]
Kim Herbst is a freelance/ game artist/ illustrator out of Brooklyn NY. Her work definitely has a cool, young edge to it. It lends itself to the likes of MTV, VH1, Nickelodeon and more. I am a huge fan of comic book/ game art so was pretty stoked to find that she illustrates that oo?
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 ]