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Annie Kevans

Annie Kevans

Portraiture is what Annie Kevans does best, and she does it really, really well. Not simply a realistic representation, Annie’s paintings reflect her interest in power, manipulation, authority, innocence, and the duality of truth and falsehood. Pretty heavy stuff for such serene and temperate images. Annie graduated from London’s St Martin’s School of Art, and will have her work featured in the upcoming show “The Power of Paper” at the Saatchi Gallery.

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Michelle Reader

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London based artist Michelle Reader‘s work is influenced by environmental concerns, in particular the over consumption of resources.  Much of her sculptures are commissioned to promote the reuse and recycling of trash Reader also creates props, like the image above, for theater, events, and photo shoots. Read More >


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Petra Zlonoga


Petra Zlonoga is an artist living in Zagreb, Croatia. This is her first hand drawn animated film. Pretty impressive, right? This glorious video reminds me of cartoon shorts I adored as a kind. Good ole’ hand drawn animations. Makes me want to see more! Besides being an animator, she is also a very talented illustrator. You can check out here work on her blog that she updates 3 times a week. Read More >


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Denis Darzacq

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Denis Darzacq‘s latest series of work, Hyper, seems like  scenes captured from the movies….some crazy Matrix looking moves. When I first looked at Darzacq’s work, I thought it was digital photo manipulation or maybe even green screen. Something magical was definitely going on, it didn’t seem real. But much to my surprise there’s no sorcery here, nothing was manipulated in post. If you don’t believe me, check out this documentary that shows the French photographer at work, collaborating with young street dancers in Paris in order capture their dance moves in mid air, and gives them the illusion of falling or flying. Read More >


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A Day In Decay: Chinatown & Jeremy Mora Studio

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A few weeks back I headed over to Chinatown to visit Jeremy Mora‘s studio. You may know Jeremy from POVevolving gallery, but he also makes some great sculptures. Before we pop in on Jeremy’s studio, let’s check out some vintage signs down Chung King road.

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Emma Hack

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Painter and sculptor Emma Hack‘s collection, “Wallpaper,” is a series of meticulously painted models made to blend in with the designs behind them – true wallflowers! Hack must have been incredibly patient when working on canvases that move and breathe; her work is so precise, if you blur your vision, the models effortlessly become part of the wallpaper.

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Diego Diaz and Federica Moretti

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Fashion photographer Diego Diaz and hat designer Federica Moretti collaborated on this project, “Sickhead,” featuring an all black collection of bold, graphic, and whimsical creations by Moretti. It’s hard to believe that these are actually supposed to be hats, and the photographs seem to suggest sculpture rather than fashion. Either way, these “looks” are exciting and dramatic.

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Bill Durgin

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Bill Durgin‘s “Figure Studies” explores the human torso as an abstract form. He often takes inspiration from dance and other performers to capture images of the human body, (sans limbs and heads), as if their skeletons had lost their rigidity and become part of their skin, fat, and flesh. Durgin would demonstrate different poses he took away from performances and ask his models to imitate them – a lot of these guys must be yoga ninjas.

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