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

Alex Gross – An Attitude About Life – Artist Profile

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Alex Gross was born in 1968 in Roslyn Heights, New York and is currently based in Los Angeles, California. In 1990, he received a BFA with honors from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. In 2007, Gross’ work … Read More

Eric Joyner – A Sweet Journey – Artist Interview

Eric Joyner started out his career within the commercial sector of the arts industry as an illustrator, then towards the end of the last millennium, made a conscious shift into the world of fine art. At this point, he made … Read More

Joe Vaux – Parade of Ghouls – Artist Interview

Joe Vaux is an American artist. His name may be familiar to many, through his work as a director on the the hugely popular animated TV series ‘Family Guy’. However, Vaux also engages his boundless imagination and creative skills as … Read More

Travis Louie – Unusual Circumstances – Artist Profile

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Travis Louie’s paintings come from the tiny little drawings and many writings in his journals. He has created his own imaginary world that is grounded in Victorian and Edwardian times. It is inhabited by human oddities, mythical beings, and otherworldly … Read More

Mab Graves – Releasing the Reins – Artist Interview

Mab Graves has a true love affair with narrative. Having been brought up by parents who felt it was important to read their children bedtime stories, Mab developed her passion for storytelling at a young age. Her exposure to the … Read More

Shawn Huckins – The American _tier – Artist Interview

Shawn Huckins’ paintings explore concepts surrounding the impact that contemporary technology is having on changing the way in which we communicate. Focusing on era’s of American history for which he has a distinct nostalgia, Huckins recreates classic images from the … Read More

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