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Black And White Has Never Looked So Good, With Ingo Giezendanner

[ABOVE] Nieves’ logo, which looks a little bit like McDonald’s Grimace — only much more well-read… Swiss publishing house, Nieves, really knows how to make you drool over a hard-copy art book. Their latest offering is entitled Iskandariyah Skan, and features the work of Zurich-based mixed media and installation artist, Ingo Giezendanner (whose website, it...Read...
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LNY LNY LNY LNY LNY LNY LNY LNY LNY

I suppose I feel kind of lucky I’ve been introduced to the work of Brooklyn New Jersey artist LNY. His artwork is literally my perfect aesthetic pleasure, as it combines expert color theory with line work that makes me want to drool. In addition to these drawings, his website has a whole selection of super...Read...
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Sink Layers Deep Into Gean Moreno‘s Work!

Gean Moreno‘s website hasn’t been updated in a while (since 2004), but his layered collage works are new to me. The pieces are like erupting geodes, or something — layers of patterned lava flowing outwards and engulfing one another! It’s like looking at layers of striated rock folding into itself. MMMMM. Where’s Moreno now? Is...Read...
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Flying Lotus – Pattern+Grid World Album Cover Review (w/ Theo Ellsworth Interview)

The album cover for Flying Lotus‘ latest EP, Pattern+Grid World, features a close-up portrait of one of Portland illustrator Theo Ellsworth‘s intricate, feathery characters. With an album title like Pattern+Grid World, Flying Lotus certainly could have taken the artwork into any number of stereotypically “cool” directions, but instead, he chose to go with the soft...Read...
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