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Allison Sommers’ Peculiar Creatures

Illustrator Allison Sommers’ paintings are full of creepy crawly creatures, majestic story lines, and surreal narratives set in a world that is not our own.

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Design Month: Tanya Aguiniga

Los Angeles-based Tanya Anguiniga’s work belies her upbringing in Tijuana, Mexico with it’s use of textile and color. Her vibrant work often uses materials over existing furniture, forcing the onlooker to reconsider the beauty in these every day objects.

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KIM KEEVER’s Miniature World

KIM KEEVER’s large-scale photographs are created by meticulously constructing miniature topographies in a 200-gallon tank, which is then filled with water. These dioramas of fictitious environments are brought to life with colored lights and the dispersal of pigment, producing ephemeral atmospheres that he must quickly capture with his large-format camera.

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Eli Walker’s Abstract Landscapes

Washed out landscapes on the brink of abstraction by Eli Walker.

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Andrew Holmquist

I’m loving the explosive mix of gestural abstraction and slowed  down moments of representation in the work of Chicago painter Andrew Holmquist.

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Roman Klonek’s Woodblock Prints

Roman Klonek has a soft spot for old fashioned cartoons, especially east european styled prints that sit somewhere between folk art, pop, and propaganda graphics. In the 90s he studied Graphic Arts in Duesseldorf and discovered a passion for woodblock printing. For the last 10 years he has been creating posters with a wide range of whimsical creatures, mostly half animal/half human, preferential in awkward situations.

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Peter Hoffman’s Bryan House

Peter Hoffman’s series about The Bryan House, a unique institution in Aurora, Illinois, where legally established refugees are allowed to reside for periods of a year or more at a time while saving up for a new home, or college tuition, etc. More images after the jump.

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Andy Vogt’s Salvaged Space

Using salvaged plaster lath, the wooden strips embedded in the construction of walls of old houses, Andy Vogt creates two and three dimensional sculptures and installations that explore the structural vernacular of our built environment and how we perceive it. Through the rules and methods of technical drawing and the vantage points of architectural model building Andy pursues concepts of mass, weight and space via material that has little integrity on it’s own.

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