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Artist Interview: Jason Jagel

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"Songs of Innocence and Experience / Never No Mo Blues"

Jason Jagel creates splendidly multi-sensorial works that evidence a beautiful sense of color, linework and a knack for cohesively organizing multitudinous pieces of imagery and open areas. Jagel recently contributed a lovely interview detailing his process, his approach to composition, inspiration, and much more.

 

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Scanwiches

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Scanwiches is a project started by Jon Chonko, a New York based designer. The quality of the images of these sandwiches is really incredible, and always leaves me hungry. This project at first glance seems so simplistic and childish, but it really brings up quite an important concept: sometimes the everyday item that we take for granted can be very beautiful and artistic.

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Shen Plum

Over 4700 wild animals were admitted as sick or injured in the city of Toronto last year. This may seem like a steep number for a town of less than 3 million. One might ask themselves if there might be other intentions involved in creating this statistic.

 

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Chromosomal visualization

DNA Radio (German experts on biotech) converts the entire human genome to images and audio that will be streaming on the internet 24/7. Isn’t it crazy that figuratively, all we are made up of are these dots? Here’s a little science lesson for you…

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Sharjah Biennial & Art Dubai: Day 7

While in Dubai & Sharjah I had the chance to see some amazing arabic and persian calligraphy. If you’ve ever been into typography or graffiti you will surely walk away from this region with a renewed appreciation for the amazing calligraphy you find around every corner.

 

 

Here is a small selection….

 

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Sharjah Biennial Day: 6

Some more pieces from the Sharjah Biennial..

 

 

A beautiful neon piece going down a tight corridor of a building by  Laurent Grasso. 

 

 

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Gali Erez

Gali Erez is a graphic designer and illustrator from Israel. She is a CalArts graphic design graduate currently living and working in Los Angeles.

 

I’ve always enjoyed her playful use of proportion, fearless use of color and youthful connection to her content. She loves to mix markers, colored pencils, Micron pens, crayons, chalk, pencil and anything else she can get a hold of to create her work.  

 

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Tasha Kusama

I love the use of color in Tasha Kusama’s work.  The Soft Sculptured Dolls piece remind me of some sort of urban resident aliens because of the bright converse combined with striped tube socks.

 

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