Thursday, February 10, 2011

The art of DiRQuo explores an abstract representation of the perception of graffiti, and attempts to create a dialogue that questions the type of environment that is created when freedom of expression is painted over with brushes and rollers. Check out his stunning paintings here. Exhibitions Gallery 1889, Brooklyn NY, September 2009 T & P Fine Art, ...

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Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Dain has been involved in the graffiti movement since the early eighties. His trademark repetitive images are common on the streets of New York.

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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Hush's work has been described as a sensory assault of shape, colour, and character. Inspired by the portrayal of the female form in art, the artist builds up and tears down layers of paint and images as he works, "letting the canvas and marks take their own path." The result is an enigmatic synthesis of anime, ...

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Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Herakut is a symbiosis of the aliases Hera and Akut, two graffiti artists from Frankfurt and Erfurt, Germany. Their collaboration started when they first met in 2004. Both were invited to paint at the Urban Art Festival Sevilla in Spain and before that time had only seen each other's work in graffiti magazines. The differences in ...

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Nick Lepard

Monday, January 3, 2011

Impressive works from Nick Lepard, check his website here. "In my most recent work I explore notions of singularity, concepts of time and patterns of change. Today, modernity requires that each of us navigate a blizzard of information. How this maelstrom of data is interpreted and synthesized constructs an individual’s paradigm. However, the qualities of the data ...

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Dave Kinsey

Sunday, January 2, 2011

Great paitings by California based Dave Kinsey. Dave Kinsey was born in Pittsburgh in 1971 and attended the Art Institute of Pittsburgh and the Art Institute of Atlanta before moving to California in 1994 to pursue a career as a designer and fine artist. His work captures the universal essence of the human condition mainly through an ...

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Ian Francis

Saturday, January 1, 2011

One of the most influential artist of this time: Ian Francis. Check his website here. "I was influenced by a huge range of people when I was growing up; I think probably the biggest single influences were Reggie Pedro, for the fantastic compositions & painting, Stanley Donwood, simply because I love some of the textures he ...

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Alice Wisden

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Terrific work comes out from Alice. Take a look into her space here. "I work with unwanted suit cases full of old photos and personal mementos. I have been salvaging my collection since I was a child from jumble sales and the local tip where they have been discarded and are ready to be destroyed. My dad ...

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Pam Glew

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Pam Glew, born in 1978, is a contemporary British artist who uses unique bleaching techniques with vintage fabrics and flags to create her strong cinematic paintings. Born in Somerset, England in 1978, Pam Glew is one of the most exciting female figures in the contemporary art world. Working with found materials – most notably vintage flags ...

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Russ Mills

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Russ Mills aka Byroglyphics, an outstanding artist from Exeter, Devon, UK. Check out his amazing website here. Graduated from Leeds Met University in 1995 after completing a BA in Graphic Art and Design, specialising in Experimental Film and Animation. After finding gainful employment in various non-creative institutions went back to basics and began work with pen, ...

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Andrew McAtee

Thursday, February 25, 2010

McAttee‘s work is becoming highly collectable with commissions from Benson & Hedges, Nike and fashion designer, Antonio Berardi amongst others. His work draws influence from a wide variety of sources including graffiti art, comic book graphics, pop art and abstract expressionism. As a renowned graffiti spray artist (STET) and his subsequent post-degree escape from the ...

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