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May 20, 2012

Far From Gray.

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Share This.Christine Gray makes her paints bleed so vibrantly, you could call it a “hue-icide.” Her paintings are just the right mix of textbook still life with a touch of storybook flair, and her range of subjects makes for an appropriate hodgepodge of illustrations. Dabbling in both watercolor and oil paint, Gray saturates her canvases with pure, unadulterated technicolor.

Boys Will Be Boys.

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Share This.Xhxix’s work is a little grotesque but it has a soft dreamy quality to it that cushions its harsh entry. The Japanese artist’s pieces feed on abstract gore and strives on trailer parkesque banality. We had a digital sit down with Xhxix and asked him one of our usual questions — along with a very important one submitted by a reader. Again, a language barrier was present but he Read More

Minimalist Mod.

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Share This.Robert van Embricqs designs his furniture with an organic and additive-free mind. Without adding any bells or whistles, his pieces are the epitome of minimalist functionality; the simplicity of it is its crowning glory. Embricqs finds inspiration in nature, focusing in on plant and bone structures. Geometric shapes also serve as Embricqs’ blueprint, adding a more organized and clear structure to his products: “[Cell] construction naturally arises for the Read More

That Was the Old Patrick.

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Share This.Patrick Leger is in a class all his own. His vintage appeal and high brow execution is effective enough to elevate his audience’s ability to interpret exactly what he’s telling them without leaving them in the dark. More simply put, Leger never dumbs down but makes it easy enough for his audience to keep stride right along with him. He’s not a mad scientist. He’s not an existentialist who’s Read More

A Contradiction.

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Share This.“I do not feel obliged to believe that the same God who has endowed us with sense, reason, and intellect has intended us to forgo their use.” - Galileo Galilei.