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Is it Worth it to Rent Art For Your Business?

October 9th, 2017 Posted by Workplace Solutions No Comment yet

Art in the workplace makes workers happier and more productive. Learn the top reasons why art rental for your workplace is worth the investment!

Landscapes of A Modern Mind by Anyes Galleani

June 8th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Los Angeles-based photographer and graphic designer Anyes Galleani has been mixing and re-mixing genres for several decades. Born and raised in Italy, Galleani made the pilgrimage to the LA Arts District pursuing a career in fashion photography. She created portraits for the likes of Bruce Willis, Demi Moore and Paramount Pictures. Soon, however, her ambitions pushed her to innovate new ways to portray her unique visions of the people and landscapes of her adopted city.

Worlds Within, As Seen by Davies Babies

May 5th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured, Photography No Comment yet

Inside each of us lives a world left unseen by others, or at least by the non-observant eyes. But it’s the eyes of the artist that see us most clearly. Davies Babies’ eyes see the world as clear, open and beautiful. Davies Babies a.k.a. David Iwane, a photographer, illustrator and graphic designer from Colorado captures the wild side of humanity – the natural, simplistic, pure and lovely side.

Bartosz Kosowski – The Re-Animator of Illustration

April 6th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

The depictions of humanity within Kosowski’s editorial illustrations and portraits are uncanny. They’re the screenshots of human sentiment and not just a mirror upon emotion, but a mirror upon human society as a whole.

Ryan Hewett Delves Beneath the Surface

February 2nd, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Ryan Hewett’s portraiture explores the complex terrain of expression through vibrant, surreal visions of his subjects.

Ian Shults – Wally Workman Gallery Opening (Austin, TX)

June 7th, 2013 Posted by Art, Events, Featured No Comment yet

Obscured by shading and contextual employment of negative space, his work illicits an under-the-influence mystique reminiscent of a world of dreamy decay.

Kuin Heuff (Rotterdam, Holland)

May 31st, 2012 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Her complex, minute line-work overwhelms the eye at close range, but from a distance resolves into a coherent ecosystem of form. The effect is chaotic yet patterned, like the swirl of a fingerprint or a tangle of vines.