Based in the Netherlands, Lucy McRae combines her fascination of fashion, performance, and the body in order to create stunning, yet strange, art. One of my favourite works’ of hers is a collaboration with Mandy Smith, called Chlorophyll Skin:
Keeping his options open artist, Jeremiah Maddock uses any medium he can get his hands on from rust, to old dried up pens and markers, to acrylic, oil, ink and much more. Though he is now doing solo work, using [...]
David Oreilley’s art is built upon usage of computerized tools. His work is so random, no one piece is similar. Some of his art has a lo-fi childish edge probably made with microsoft paint. David explores minimalism, and the avant [...]
I recently stumbled upon the portfolio of Cornish artist Jakoh, while very little information is known about him what is apparent is his strange blend of reality and the occult. His interpretations and vivid colors are pretty eye catching but [...]
Her pieces are rather whimsical and will make you reminiscence of fairy tales.
Nobody puts baby in a corner Article by, Jamihla Fergus Photos by: Sinai Orea
Heavy streaks of mascara smudged down a woman’s tear-ridden face, hair mangled, with a cigarette dangling lifelessly from her crimson lips. Blood stained hands, dirt stashed away under yellowed nails, symbols of violence and guilt. A man sitting alone, tie loosened with [...]
Mr. Cellophane (Collaboration with Leah Marks) Yonkers poet Nikko Marata has ventured into cellophane art in the past few months. He has found that it’s a different, more effective medium in which he can convey his work. L’evasion du Labyrinthique. [...]