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Kat’s Got Our Tongue.

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Share This.Kat J. Weiss busies our brains with a series of intricate illustrations that features a abundance of typography. The Hong Kong based artist is known for eccentric work that reflects her playful and intuitive process.

The Winner.

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Share This.We took a look at some recent personal work by Davi Caramel. The multifaceted artist is well known for his awesome commercial work, but like most day/night artists, his personal work screams with a palpable freedom.

Fuco Ueda. |x| Thinkspace. | Kioku No Hana (Flower of Memory).

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Share This.On Saturday Thinkspace will be debuting a lovely exhibition by Fuco Ueda. Kioku No Hana (Flower of Memory) is the Japanese artist’s first solo exhibition with the gallery, and has garnered a considerable amount buzz in the days leading up to its debut. Ueda is a brilliant illustrator whose surrealistic narrative enriches her work beyond words. The exhibition will feature new and recent works. Kioku No Hana (Flower of Memory) open Saturday, Read More

Reduced to Nil.

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Share This.Saiman Chow‘s  Nil is a whimsical tale of destruction. Perhaps an artistic storyboarding of the havoc that man has wreaked on nature, Chow brief series gleefully reckless and playfully condemning.  

For Ema, Still…

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Share This.It’s been close to a year since Maria Herreros dedicated this quaint handmade zine to her favorite gallerist, Ema, but the gesture still radiates to this very day. Don’t get us wrong, a year isn’t exactly an eon, but in a digital age where emoticons have usurped genuine displays of affection, For Ema Zine is a project that remains resoundingly relevant.

Another Man’s Treasure.

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Share This.In 2013 Sam Green was asked to pitch an approach for the 2014 Secret Garden Party campaign, unfortunately Green’s work was rejected. They are obviously insane. Green’s work may not have been what the July festival what looking for, but from where we’re standing, his illustration is some of the best work we’ve seen in years. What we love the most about this piece is that we spent an Read More

-V- Workshop |x| Vang.

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Share This.Headed by handmakers Marga López and Joan Tarragó, -V- Workshop is a collective of professional artists that use their unique pieces to bridge the gap between art and design. Here is a mural they at the Vang Festival Summer 2013, Menorca Island.

PK All Day.

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Share This.We’ve admired Andrew Archer work from a afar for some time now, and today we have decided to marvel at his latest series simply titled, PK. Archer has a brilliant knack for color, and has successfully cultivated a neo-vintage style that is all his own.

Isn’t It Byronic?

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Share This.Boris Pelcer‘s Bryonic is a stern series that takes its name from English Romantic poet Lord Byron. The Byronic characters are torn, trapped in an angsty realm of emotional duality. The characters are solomon and brooding, awashed in a violent hue of dusky red.

Mind Blown.

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Share This.Daehyun Kim‘s Blow Your Mind (훅 ) can be described in two words: simply astonishing. Staying true to its name, this does indeed blow our minds. The artist’s ability to capture a promising concept with such simplicity and technical ease is a feat worth marveling over.