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Oscar Cahen and Gershon Iskowitz at Horton Gallery

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Cahen: "Traumoeba" 1956

Oscar Cahen and Gershon Iskowitz contributed to the mid-20th century modernist movement with their joyous, colorful works despite the devastation they experienced in WWII. Horton Gallery of New York’s Lower East Side will be exhibiting these works July 9th to September 8th.

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Judith Braun

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New York based Judith Braun’s ongoing series, “Symmetrical Procedures” is an ongoing series of drawings constrained by four rules: Abstraction, Bilateral Symmetry, Square Format, and Graphite. This first image looks like a generative Processing application- but actually “Fingerings” are done with fingers dipped in charcoal, sometimes using both hands simultaneously to the extent of arms’ reach and developing a vocabulary of mark making with these simple means.

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Ori Toor Animation

Ori Toor of Tel-aviv is a recent graduate of the Shenkar School of Design where he majored in illustration and animation. This spontaneously created frame by frame flash animation flows to the beats of Animal Collective’s song Lion in a Coma and itself has a spontaneous but cohesive flow that constantly grows, splits and changes with the music.

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The Small Stakes

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The Small Stakes is a designer in Oakland, California who is also known as Jason Munn. His thorough yet simple conceptual ideas are the main wind-in-the-sail for his mostly music and band-oriented poster work. He recently produced a beautiful book that collects most of his work, and happens to be a very nice thing to lug around and get inspired by.

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Benjamin Edmiston

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Artist Benjamin Edmiston lives & works in Brooklyn, NY and he’s just opened an exhibit on July 2nd at the Infantree Gallery in Lancaster, PA. He produces paintings, drawings, and prints that, according to the artist, “recalls for me the tension of an early, crude Mickey Mouse cartoon, or a misplaced folk sculpture standing eerily on a dusty shelf,” and I’d have to agree.

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Daniel Albrigo

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Daniel Albrigo is a young New York based tattoo/visual artist. Mr. Albrigo has some serious talent in all facets of his art making, just check out these Genesis Breyer P-Orridge inspired paintings…

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Manuel de révolte au travail

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The brilliant aspect about instructional illustrations is that they speak for themselves (don’t miss the story in its ordered entirety by clicking on Read More below). But if you’re further wondering what this little beauty was intended for, it comes to us thanks to Packard Jennings and the Centennial Society who describes this as a “small, sixteen-page pamphlet… produced to put inside the postage-paid, business-reply envelopes that come with junk mail offers. Every envelope collected is stuffed with the pamphlet and mailed back to its original company.” Feel like participating in some subtle revolts of your own? I would recommend checking out their participate link!

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Lulu Wolf

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Artist and illustrator Lulu Wolf has been doing some amazing things with vintage magazines, she’s incredibly restrained, often cutting away or adding only a few shapes to the original photographs, but her minimalism allows her to create fantasies while maintaining the charm of the vintage photos and illustrations.

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