Giovanni Forlino – Accessible to the Masses – Artist Profile

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Born in Livingston, New Jersey in 1984, Giovanni Forlino moved to Brooklyn at age 17 and obtained a BFA in drawing from Pratt Institute. As Max Gimblett’s studio manager for the past ten years, Giovanni has immersed himself in traditional … Read More

Gerald Brom – Satiating Demons – Artist Profile

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Born in the deep dark south in the mid-sixties, Gerald Brom, an army brat, spent his entire youth on the move and unabashedly blames living in such places as Japan, Hawaii, Germany, and Alabama for all his afflictions. From his … Read More

Brendon Flynn – Dark Reflections – Artist Interview

Artist and illustrator, Brendon Flynn taps into the dark recesses of the human psyche, paying particular attention to those regions that have the potential to terrify and unnerve. Flynn draws upon captivating facets of human history and discovery, such as … Read More

Alan Brown (Medusawolf) – Emperor of Sand – Artist Profile

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Alan Brown is an illustrator living in Philadelphia, PA. He graduated from Delaware College of Art and Design in 2004. Alan (aka ‘Medusawolf’) uses watercolour and gouache for his paintings. He also makes comics, toys, masks and lots of other … Read More

Mateo Dineen – The Disciplined Slacker – Guest Blog

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‘The Disciplined Slacker’ by Mateo Dineen Dear reader…I paint monsters for a living. It’s my job, and my passion, and it’s remarkable to me that I ever ended up doing this with my life. I often get asked how I … Read More

Matt Gordon – The Mushroom Club – Artist Profile

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Matt Gordon is a mixed media artist who was born in 1974 in Detroit, Michigan and is currently living and working out of Plymouth, Michigan. He attended both the College of Art & Design in Columbus, Ohio and Center of … 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