Lauren YS – A Huge Crowd of Weird Chicks – Artist Profile

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Lauren YS is a Bay Area artist whose work is influenced by multiple stages of focus, both geographically and in practice. With dynamic bouts in academics, literature and writing, teaching, illustration, and animation leading up to her arrival in the … Read More

Samuli Heimonen – Footprints of a Wolf – Guest Blog

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‘Footprints of a Wolf’ by Samuli Heimonen I’ve been painting pictures of animals for quite some time now. Everything I do has a surreal undercurrent. My paintings are not typical animal paintings, because they don’t focus primarily on animals, but … Read More

Peca – Reflections of a Believer Animal – Guest Blog

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‘Reflections of a Believer Animal’ by Peca Divergent Mind: Gravity fades, objects float, the water rises, beings attract and repel, I fly without control, happy, to discover all, among planets, shooting diamonds and strawberries, my body is crossed painlessly, the … Read More

Doze Green – Fuck the Art World – Artist Profile

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Doze Green was born in 1964 in New York City, and by the 1970’s was a hip hop pioneer. As member of the legendary Rock Steady Crew (the group that pioneered breakdancing, also known as B-boying) the subway-tagging graffiti artist … Read More

Daniel Merriam – Dreams and Romance – Artist Profile

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Daniel Merriam is a contemporary surrealist, best known for his dry brush technique and imaginative style. Merriam’s unique visions are layered with colorful imagery in a style that reclaims the territory of dreams and romance for both classical and contemporary … Read More

Veks Van Hillik – Ode to Fantasy – Artist Profile

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Veks Van Hillik was born in 1988, in a small village of the southwest of France. Influenced by his elder brothers, he takes up drawing at a young age and finds his first source of inspiration from the nature surrounding … Read More

Nicoletta Ceccoli – Paradoxical Nightmares – Artist Interview

Nicoletta Ceccoli has an affection for the unusual; a fondness which provides her with endless inspiration for her creative endeavours, whether they be illustrative or of a more personal nature. Ceccoli concocts imagery which initially seems sweetly endearing, although on … Read More

Bill Mayer – Failing is How We Grow – Artist Interview

Bill Mayer is often referred to as an ‘illustrator’s illustrator’. The originality and humour present in his work are continually borrowed and imitated by other artists. With a natural flare for assembling narratives that utilise both his playful wit and … Read More

Kisung Koh – The Spirit of Nature – Artist Interview

Kisung Koh uses his art to open gateways into nature’s spiritual dimensions and explores the intimate connections he has built with wildlife during his lifetime. Drawing heavily on the memories and dreams provided to him by the sheer awe inspiring … Read More

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