Kathryn Macnaughton, a Toronto based artist combines drawing and collage to create effing awesome pictures. Taking a slight dip into the subconscious, her images take you through a similar journey as the logic of your dreams tend to. And who doesn’t love a good, confusing dream? [ Continue Reading ]
Jasper Goodall’s solo gallery show Poster Girl is a commentary on the fine line between fetishism, fantasy and reality, expressed through shiny latex, dripping goo and acrylic body-masking cutouts. The titles of his prints — Bad Bambi, Pink Polish, Crude Oil, Medusa, Tigress and Evil Mickey — entice our curiosity and give us an inkling of what is about to come. [ Continue Reading ]
Evan Hecox has some really appealing designs. They come off as simple but Jesus-Tap-Dancing-Christ do they leave you in a relaxing sense of awe. These are the type of things that just make you appreciate the world and all the everyday wonders that make it a colourful place to be. He kind of finds the bare stuff of it all. The emotions of the buildings and streets and the people that craft and live among them. I don’t think anymore needs to be said. Check some more of his stuff after the jump. [ Continue Reading ]
There’s nothing really to say about Kilian Eng and the things he creates. They’re incredible. Absolutely mind contorting. A little slip of that touch of awesome. It’s what the dark side of the moon should be you know. Completed in back alley neon with a sun of black light. It makes me think of all things in the pictures and TV of what the 80′s thought the future would be. So check after the jump for some more of his designs. [ Continue Reading ]
When I look at this illustration, I am in awe. Pure emotions run through me as I see a mixture of innocence and destruction. The children looking at the remains of what could be their home, destroyed what may have been, due to war or some sort of natural disaster. Either way illustration is emotionally captive and inspiring even with its feeling of despair.
This is one of those things where you stand around. With a subtle squint in your eye. And your tongue pressing against your upper lip. You think. For a few moments. Stretching it out. Because I mean. C’mon. You and I both know that pretending to think makes you seem cool, smart and sophisticated. I do it all the time. But then. Suddenly. It dawns on you. And what else can you say but………………. [ Continue Reading ]