“In a generation struck by digital shallowness, Philip Levine stands out as a unique figure and a roll model for others. His originality, freshness and creative talent makes him a strong candidate to get into the shoes of the likes of Bowie, Warhol and Basquiet as a total artist, urban icon and sex symbol.” Alon Shtruzman - Media entrepreneur.
Acid in the Ice Cream was a solo exposition by artist Zach Johnsen that ran from December 4th, 2008 to January 4th, 2009 at Backspace Gallery in Portland. Unfortunately, seeing as how January 4th is quite a ways past, one should not rush to Oregon to catch a glimpse of this show, for ‘twould be in vain. But wipe your tears! There is no need to cry, for the entire work is available on Johnsen’s site and his prints are for sale!!
Swedish painter Linnea Strid is unbelievably talented at making it believable.
I feel like I’m on an acid trip. But it’s a good trip. Maya Hayuk uses every color in the spectrum and I like it. Many of her paintings illustrate a blend of architectural shapes and bright, orgasmic colors that could just about enlighten the darkest pit imaginable.