Phil Hansen’s artwork is fun and unique. Thanks to him, news tabloids just got a little bit more interesting with a series of interpretive pieces from his new series, Art Happenings. Hansen is “… interested in trying to understand whole individuals and whole ideas through the fragmentsof perceptual memory, the sound bites, and the semiotic tokens collected by society and recollected by the individual. It’s the product of these carefully selected elements that multiplies out to a greater whole, and it’s in that product that I look for a more holistic understanding.” Check it out.
HUH. Magazine is a new free zine coming out of the UK. The color newsprint showcases some pretty neat art and photography from all around the world. You can find the dope zine in bookshops and galleries in London, NYC, Stockholm, Paris, and Chicago. Plus if you order it online, all you need to pay is postage. Pretty legit.
The company says it best themselves! “Blip Boutique is a Los Angeles based collective creating visual content that is truly not boring! We conceive and produce original concepts for digital and emerging media that are innovative in both content and form. We thrive on working at the intersection of design, art, and technology, and our research and development in these fields is fundamental to our creative process. Blip Boutique strives to create engaging and innovative visual art in an ever expanding and elastic digital world, for a range of clients in music, fashion, advertising, the arts as well as ourselves. Feast your eyes and Fantasize.”
Brett Manning kills it pushing pens and paint around. This lovely lady has some really awesome work. Brett is based in Chicago and is an amazing illustrator. SHE loves to draw what she loves and all of her work reflects her personality and everything meaningful in her life… like llamas and pretty women.
Jessica Snow is an artist from San Francisco, California. Her beautiful abstract paintings are vibrant and fluid. Jessica feels that “each of [her] paintings expresses a new possibility, an opening into a new direction where meaning is continually at play and in flux. The most interesting pieces are those in which something has been left unresolved; its reason for being has not been entirely spelled out for the viewer or even for the artist.”
Mariano Garcia is an amazing art director from Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Spain. Mariano’s work is colorful and fun with plenty of eye-popping illustrations. Check it out.