Nathaniel Russell’s woodcuts illustration Posters

Posted by Fabio 17 August 2017

Loving these illustration woodcut posters by the very talented artist and illustrator, Nathaniel Russell. read more

DIANE MEYER – TIME SPENT THAT MIGHT OTHERWISE BE FORGOTTEN

Posted by Fabio 18 July 2017

In the series, cross stitch embroidery has been sewn directly into family photographs. The images are broken down and reformed through the embroidery into a hand-sewn pixel structure. read more

David Jien

Posted by Fabio 20 February 2017

Color pencil and graphite on paper by Los Angeles-based artist, David Jien. read more

Lola Dupré

Posted by Fabio 20 February 2017

Lola Dupré is a collage artist and illustrator currently working between Glasgow and Glen Coe, Scotland. Working exclusively with paper and scissors her work references both the Dada aesthetic of the early 20th Century and the digital manipulations of the present day. read more

Katja Angeli

Posted by Fabio 9 December 2016

Katja Angeli is a Danish artist who graduated with an MFA from the Royal College of Art in 2015. Her work projects a surreal, carnivalesque world of shifting shapes, forms and scenes. read more

This Place

Posted by Fabio 2 March 2016

This Place explores the complexity of Israel and the West Bank, as place and metaphor, through the eyes of twelve internationally acclaimed photographers. read more

Jonathan Gardner

Posted by Fabio 2 November 2015

Jonathan Gardner’s work takes influence from numerous sources such as Ingres, Gnoli, Richard Lindner, Magritte, Hockney, John Currin and American primitives such as Ammi Phillips and Rufus Hathaway. Each work presents a very particular tableau of images and symbols, containing as Gardner describes, a network of meanings. read more

Disturbing Innocence

Posted by Fabio 4 November 2014

Disturbing Innocence features over 50 historical and contemporary artists whose use of dolls, toys, mannequins, robots, and other surrogates forms a deep and powerfully expressive genre. read more