Mary Sibande

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Mary Sibande, born 1982, lives and works in Johannesburg. She obtained a B-Tech degree in Fine Arts at the University of Johannesburg in 2007. In Sibande’s practice as an artist, she employs the human form as a vehicle through painting and sculpture, to explore the construction of identity in a postcolonial South African context, but also attempts ...

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Studio Brave

Monday, April 9, 2012

Studio Brave is a Melbourne based design studio driven by brand identity and visual communication that differentiates. "Our guiding vision comes from our name. Brave thinking leads to an unexpected outcome. We are inspired by summoning the courage to take a risk. Developing an idea that has not been explored. This desire for excellence leads to ...

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Garima Thakur

Friday, April 6, 2012

Garima Thakur was born in New Delhi, India. She received her BA from Apeejay Inst of Design, new delhi. After she finished her undergraduate study, she joined a France-based advertising agency, Publicis. She joined a small, boutique design studio, Idea Works, after working for two years in an advertising agency. Working professionally for three years, she went to University of Florida to earn her ...

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Bruno Brunet aka Byz has delved into his own past as a graffiti artist to describe his vision of graffiti. His work in the gallery doesn’t reflect the ‘traditional’ image we have of graffiti but rather the psychology of the graffiti artist. Since 2005, he works exclusively with A.L.I.C.E. gallery. He did two solo shows in ...

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James Roper

Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Peakshift The construction of each painting fuses disparate images from a variety of sources such as fashion magazines, animation stills, comics, the Internet as well as my own photo's and drawings. I predominantly choose images and try to create forms which I feel register a visual 'peak shift', a term given to the phenomena of 'neurological attraction' that appears ...

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Gyeong Yoon An

Thursday, March 1, 2012

In my recent work I have focused on three projects: First is a sculpture series about icons, second a drawing series as a more narrative form of my practice, and third an installation series in which I try to combine the idea of abstract and figurative image through a mixed form of sculpture, installation and ...

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Sunday, February 26, 2012

Faze is Stavros Kypraios. Graphic designer and illustrator located in Athens, Greece. Stavros was born and raised in Athens. He studied graphic and multimedia design at the 2nd Technical Institute of Piraeus. He has worked as an inhouse graphic designer in the advertising industry for a couple of years till the dawn of2010 when he started the ...

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Polly Morgan

Saturday, February 25, 2012

London artist Polly Morgan says a love of animals and desire to preserve them led her to learn taxidermy, under the tutelage of taxidermist George Jamieson. Since then, Polly has been making still lives with animals as subjects in her work. She often depicts the creatures in unnatural and unexpected scenery in the hopes that by ...

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Conspiracy Studio

Sunday, February 19, 2012

ConspiracyStudio have spent years working for several recording companies, advertising agencies, clothing brands and some nightlife clubs in Barcelona. Studio Statement: "ConspiracyStudio was born 2009, focusing on our passion for music and graphic design / illustration, and since then we have expanded its scope by adding pure graphic design, illustrations, photographs and websites among others. We try to ...

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Mischa Fritsch

Monday, February 13, 2012

Mischa Fritsch was born 1970, in Johannesburg, South Africa, to Austrian parents, pioneering expats from Vienna. At the age of seven his family relocates to Munich, Germany where Mischa attends Waldorf School. Amongst other things, this environment exposes him to the various arts and crafts and encourages his growing interest and emerging talent. The art ...

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Kris Kuksi

Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Born March 2nd 1973 in Springfield Missouri and growing up in neighboring Kansas, Kris spent his youth in rural seclusion and isolation along with a blue-collar working mother, two much older brothers and absent father. Open country, sparse trees, and later alcoholic stepfathers, perhaps paved the way for an individual saturated in imagination and introversion. ...

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Stefan Strumbel

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Stefan Strumbel (1979) uses traditional motives that are associated with his origin, the Black Forest. On an abstract level, Strumbel deals with the paradigms of “home“ and simultaneously questions its concept. The exhibition encompasses objects from folk art that refer to the clichéd notions of home, folklore and popular piety: the traditional cuckoo clock, wooden masks ...

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Gregor Gaida

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

    Gregor Gaida is a unique Polish artist that lives and works in Bremen, Germany and admits to be crazy about the smell of the wood! It comes of no surprise that he uses wood (often combined with aluminium, polyester and acrylic resin) in a very personal way, converting it to a strong narrative element that ...

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Josip Kelava

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Josip Kelava is a talented Art Director with stunning skills in Illustration and Design. Check out his website here.   "First of all thank you for visiting my website. Design to me is a multitude of things. It is everywhere. The world is constantly changing and as a designer, you need to adapt. I love what I ...

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Kevin Francis Gray

Friday, December 30, 2011

Kevin Francis Gray makes sculptures of adolescents. Artsy ones. The tight black dress worn by the figure in "Goth Girl" and the unlaced shoes "Ghost Boy" are knowing markers of a subculture. But these are not the fashion cues of the slick hipster culture that surrounds contemporary art. Gray's figures are too self-conscious, ungainly even. Something ...

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Michael Beatty

Monday, December 12, 2011

Massachusetts College of Art, Boston,  MFA in Sculpture  1995 Program in Artisanry, Boston University, Summer 1982,1983 University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas, BFA  1980 Mullsjo Folkhogskola, Mullsjo, Sweden  1978 Solo and Collaborative Exhibitions 2008    Barbara Krakow Gallery, Perimeter, Boston, MA 2005    Boston Sculptors Gallery,  IN • tangle ,  Boston, MA. 2003    Barbara Krakow Gallery, Low Fat , Boston, MA. Nesto Gallery, Recent Work,  Milton ...

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Evan Hecox

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Evan Hecox is a Colorado-based artist and designer whose work portrays the essence of urban environments.  Through a unique process that involves first-hand observations of his surroundings and then progresses into drawings and paintings that are striking in their graphic simplicity.   His work recognizes and evokes the constantly evolving nature of cities and of the ...

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Delphine Lebourgeois

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

  Delphine Lebourgeois (b 1976), a graduate from Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts de Lyon, and from Central St Martins, has been working in London as an artist and illustrator for more than ten years. Her clients include The Guardian, Penguin Books, Macmillan, Bloomsbury and many more in the UK and abroad. Aside from her commissioned work, Lebourgeois is developing a body ...

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Michael DeLucia

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Michael DeLucia, born 1978 in Rochester, NY Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY   Education 2004 MFA Royal College of Art 2001 BFA Rhode Island School of Design Recent Exhibitions 2011 Michael DeLucia: Recent Works, Galerie Nathalie Obadia, Brussels, Belgium 2010 Michael DeLucia, Eleven Rivington, New York, NY One Acre Plot, Majestic Farm, Mountain Dale, NY The Coke Factory, Ritter/Zamet, London, UK Neither Swords Nor Plowshares: Functional Futilities, Cerritos College, Norwalk, CA The Every ...

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Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Beejoir produces beautiful, dry-humoured posters that he pastes onto the walls of cities. His work is crisp, political and multi-skilled. Beejoir splits his life and practice between the United Kingdom and Bangkok. Painting, printmaking, sculpture, photography and stencils are his mediums. One step beyond and the familiar, comfortable frame disappears leaving yourself mumbling and scratching your head, ...

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Linda Zacks

Monday, November 7, 2011

In one word, Linda is unique. Her design works could be so sensitive and smashing at the same time. She has mapped out a path in blending media and she continues to amaze us with her focused ideas and sharpened look on our surroundings. Linda, a Brooklyn-based artist and designer, brings life and impact to brands ...

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David Adamo

Monday, October 31, 2011

David Adamo has spent the last few years working on sculptural installations that take as their starting point everyday wooden objects built to act as an extension of the human hand, such as axes, bows, arrows and baseball bats, which the artist whittles to the point of uselessness. The resulting sculptures conserve their wooden shavings, ...

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Friday, October 28, 2011

About Every brand needs an identity and for us identity is a total experience - not only a visual one. moodley brand identity is a multidisciplinary strategic design agency. Founded in 1999 moodley focuses on strategic brand consulting and design, print, package, interior and multimedia design. Our aim is to provide simple, intelligent and emotionally appealing ...

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Leo Rosa Borges

Saturday, October 1, 2011

A Brazilian designer living in Dubai, trying to sneak some creativity into the market. I believe ideas make things look good too. I strive to make my work relevant first and beautiful later. Awarded Merit at One Show Design 2010 for the Blank Canvas Posters campaign. Silver award at Dubai Lynx 2009 for developing the graphic design for ...

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Rebecca Ward

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

CAM Raleigh is proud to present Texas born artist Rebecca Ward in her largest museum exhibition to date. Her exhibition, thickly sliced, transforms the Independent Weekly Gallery, creating unexpected pathways that inspire visitors to reconsider how we perceive our surroundings. Ward’s site-specific works are intricate and thoughtfully planned geometric installations applied to an interior in a ...

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Dan Tague

Friday, September 2, 2011

Dan Tague, American, b. 1974. Lives in New Orleans, Louisiana. Education MFA, University of New Orleans, New Orleans, Louisiana, 2000 Selected Exhibitions 2011 "May I Have a revolution Please", Jonathan Ferrara Gallery, New Orleans LA "The World According To New Orleans",curated by Dan Cameron, Ballroom Marfa, Marfa TX "Currency: Means of Exchange", Artlab at University of Alabama at Birmingham 2010 "Inspired by Fashion and Finance", ...

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Anthony Burrill

Monday, August 29, 2011

Anthony Burrill’s persuasive, up-beat illustration and design has been commissioned by cultural, social and commercial clients around the world from New York, to London to Tokyo. He has also gained a following in the design world for his innovative collaborations with friends and fellow artists, designers, print-makers and film-makers. Burrill works across a range of media, including posters, ...

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Matilda Saxow

Saturday, August 20, 2011

Matilda Saxow is a Swedish graphic designer and art director based in London, with degrees from the Royal College of Art and the London College of Communications.Continually pursuing her independent design practise she has also recently completed a two and a half year engagement as art director and designer of Grafik magazine and has worked for numerous renowned studios including ...

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Wednesday, August 17, 2011

If you're looking for one of the most talented typo-design-agency, you found one today: Silnt is a design practice based in the republic of Singapore. Established in March 2005, the studio is made up of two partners, Feliz NG and Germaine Chong. DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN IN 2011, THE DIVISION OF INDUSTRIAL DESIGN AT NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF ...

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Petrit Halilaj

Tuesday, August 2, 2011

“The cabin where he spent the night was so small that anyone who wasn't a child or a dwarf couldn't lie down full-length inside it. We tried to make love on our knees, but it was too uncomfortable. Later we tried to do it sitting in a chair. Finally we ended up laughing, not having ...

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