Kotama Bouabane’s melting word series says everything you’re thinking in you’re head but are afraid to say out loud with the help of some water and a bit of cold air.
I’ve never met Jill Sylvia but I know that she must be a very patient individual to make such meticulous work. Using found ledger papers Jill cuts geometric patterns into the papers grid lines creating delicately powerful geometric abstractions that fall somewhere between the lines of drawings and sculptures.
Primarily concerned with the various taxonomic functions of history, Amanda Nedham’s works on paper exhibit a technical proficiency and enamoured exploration of natural history’s complex and overlapping structures. Through a process of abstraction based on the collaging of drawings, largely from television and internet sources, she attempts to focus on those moments that create tension as they challenge the governing voice of history.
Exquisite fashion photography by Paris based Pierre Dal Corso.
Luke painter’s vividly rendered drawings could be sets for dreams where everything is still, calm, and just a bit frightening.
Some beautiful digital illustrations and graphics are being served up by Costa Rica based Bosco Mattel.
I’m loving these brutal and thick paintings by Wisconsin native Huey Crowley.
Nicholas Max Scarpinato is only 17 years old. Yup, this young photographer is still in high school. The work isn’t fully matured but just think back to what you were up to when you were a teenager and you’ll realize why Nicholas is someone worth keeping an eye on.