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Exclusive Interview: The Intricately Linear Illustrations of Pia Petterson Stubbs

September 12th, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Illustration, Interviews No Comment yet

Growing up as a maker, fully encouraged to discover the world through the process of creative expression, Pia’s intricately linear illustrations satisfy.

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Surreal Cutout Paper Collages by Jay Riggio

March 21st, 2016 Posted by Art, Collage, Featured, New York, Surrealism No Comment yet

Most of the people in Riggio’s work have abstracted or replaced heads. The exception is one piece titled, “The Way You Fell In Love With A Girl,” in which all of the subjects’ faces are intact. He includes a male figure in a speedo flying near the top of the frame, but he is perfectly split in two right at the waist. Confusing? Yes. Captivating? Absolutely!

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Art You Can Wear by PrincessM

January 5th, 2016 Posted by Art, Featured, Illustration, Paintings, Surrealism No Comment yet

PrincessM does not stick with traditional canvas. Instead, she offers her art for sale on phone cases, silk scarves, skirts, tote bags and even pocket mirrors. By offering many different mediums for her art to be displayed, it allows the consumer to enjoy little pieces of art in their daily lives.

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Vibrant Abstract Cityscapes by Elizabeth Grube

November 9th, 2015 Posted by Art, Chicago, Featured, Los Angeles, Paintings No Comment yet

Elizabeth Grube’s fine art pieces incorporate abstract images of modern day architecture: bridges, buildings and arches, but painted with a looseness that defy their utilitarian purposes. It’s clear that she gains inspirations from early impressionist artists through the blending of colors while incorporating simplistic yet strong outlines of building structures in the creation of these vibrant abstract cityscapes.

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Whimsical Art Forms by Yellena James

October 13th, 2015 Posted by Art, Digital, Featured, Paintings No Comment yet

There is so much movement in her mounted pieces and wall works. Looking at some of them make you feel as if you are under water, flowing with the various organisms – not to mention the color schemes she uses. They match so well and almost pop off of the medium. Her line work is incredible, creating petals, waves, and abstract designs.

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Nik Schulz’s Detailed Approach to Minimalist Design

August 24th, 2015 Posted by Art, Design, Featured, Illustration, San Francisco No Comment yet

L-Dopa’s minimalist design work is both detailed yet simple, and that approach makes him an instant classic. There are many illustrators who incorporate the likes of car designs, business charts, company logos, and architectural designs into their portfolios, but Nik Schulz putz his instantly identifiable spin on everything from schematics to mad-libs, making him one of the industry’s most easily recognizable designers.

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Kayrock Screenprinting Fosters Artist Growth

May 26th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Brooklyn based Kayrock Screenprinting has multiple programs aimed at producing silkscreen prints, paper prints and books of art; however, the 100-year-old coverted rope factory is much more than the home of a studio offering printing services. Kayrock is an artists’ collective that collaborates with other artists to create, distribute and promote their work to the betterment of all involved.

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Extended Feature: LEGO Renditions Put a New Spin on Art Both High and Low

August 6th, 2014 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

These LEGO designs appeal to the zeitgeist of popular culture while referencing, borrowing from, and toying with the timeless canon of art history.

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Emmy Star Brown Salvages Glass with The Touch of a Sharpie

May 5th, 2014 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

The sense of movement Emmy Star Brown’s illustration style works perfectly with the glass and we love her angle on sustainability and creative output.

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Ramon Martins (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

October 3rd, 2013 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

The work of Ramon Martins employs bright colors and often uses spray paint to capture movement. A modern nod to history.

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