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When Danger Comes a’(Callen).

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Share This.Illustrator Kerry Callen created some humorous parodies of two of our most favorite superheroes. The illustrations were an idea picking up dust until Callen finally got the opportunity to get it out during a submission to Threadless.

An Illustration That Hits Holmes.

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Share This.The novelty of The Dark Knight Massacre has somewhat worn off for the media but a number of us are still processing the incident — especially those in the art community. The work we’d like to show you today is a piece done by our good friend Louisa Bertman. We’ve featured some of Bertman’s work in past, she’s much of a reactionary; holding a conversation with the world around Read More

Hands On Approach.

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Share This.Behold, the last week of Art Month. We’ve had a great time meeting our featured artists and having our readers view them in a more personal light. We enjoyed witnessing these artist in their natural surroundings and not at some smoozy opening show. The remark isn’t meant to disparage the practice of opening shows but when you actually have the chance to speak with the artist in their home Read More

Peppered with People.

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Share This.Brooklyn based illustrator Greg Mamczak offers up deceptively timid pieces that take on a whole other meaning once you take a closer look. Further inspection will reveal a scathing critique of society and its practices. Some of Mamczak’s pieces confuse you while others pieces make their meaning all too apparent. Mamczak leans on themes of surrealism, minimalism, nature, and the explusion of bodily fluids in order to get his Read More

The End of Our Rope.

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Share This.Illustrator Huguette Despault May produces some extraordinarily detailed drawings that attempt to translate the characteristics of human beings. The Hawser Series depicts a series of ropes unraveling and coming undone. May explains on his website: “In the drawing I encountered abundant physicality: ‘muscle’ ‘hairy-ness’ and ‘sinew’ which lead to meditating on the many evocative rope-derived idioms and aphorisms embedded in the English language. These often referred colorfully and metaphorically to the human Read More

Citizens of the Rabbit Hole.

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Share This.We have a thing for artists who can mesh human form with other animals. Today a majority of human beings are under the assumption that we are nothing like the animals in the forest. Illustrator Denise Nestor, much like Deedee Cheriel, seeks to give us a more grounded perspective.

Quiet Lunch Magazine ‡ July 23rd, 2012. – July 29th, 2012.

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Share This.The last week of Art Month! For those of you getting to the game in the last inning, our Art Month has been spent exploring a different medium each week and showcasing a featured practitioner of that very same medium. For example, last week was Paint Week, so we featured a plethora of paintings; including those of cover guy Steven Charles. This is ILLUSTRATION WEEK! Our 13th book will Read More

Matchstick Men… And Women.

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Share This.Illustrator Mai Ly Degnan displays some creations that are more intriguing than they are combustible.

Our Man Sam.

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Share This.Illustrator Samuel Rodriguez composes a series of striking works in his solo show at the Cukui Gallery in San Jose; he also has a group show at 1:AM (First Amendment Gallery)  in San Francisco. Rodriguez work reeks of bitter content. The subjects in his works are plagued with fanciful geometric shapes and seemingly incomplete design.

Bloody Birds!

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