Matt Stevens

by Thursday, June 15, 2017

Matt Stevens is a Designer and Illustrator that loves them both, and especially when he gets to mix the two for powerful results. He spends his days doing work for people that are passionate about their product or brand whether they are a large world-renowned company or a local hot dog joint. The Rookie Handbook ...

Claude Cahun

by Sunday, June 11, 2017

Claude Cahun, original name in full Lucy Renée Mathilde Schwob (born October 25, 1894, Nantes, France—died December 8, 1954, St. Helier, Jersey), French writer, photographer, Surrealist, and performance artist who was largely written out of art history until the late 1980s, when her photographs were included in an exhibition of Surrealist photography in 1986. She ...

Saype

by Friday, June 9, 2017

Guillaume Legros, by far better known as Saype, is a Swiss artist recognized for his two practices that combine the features of street art and painting, results of the author’s hard effort to establish an artistic technique that is completely his own. These two methods are Saype’s large-size land paintings on grass and the compositions ...

Hannah Firmin

by Wednesday, June 7, 2017

Hannah Firmin is a graduate of the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art. Since leaving college she has worked as a freelance illustrator and printmaker doing work for a wide range of clients including many magazines, newspapers, publishers and advertising /design groups. She also works on commissions for private individuals and ...

Jutta Koether

by Monday, June 5, 2017

With their translucent interconnected web patterns, fragments of texts and songs, Jutta Koether’s abstract paintings are like a portrait of the artist in our times. She is a painter, but not only that. Interweaving soft, sinuous brushwork and delicate colouring with bold cartoon-style figuration and graffiti-making is just part of a bigger whole – an ...