Archive for the ‘Artist Spotlight’ Category

Bad Motha Eraserhead Dave MacDowell recently has his amazing acrylic painting exhibited at the Flatcolor Gallery in Seattle, WA on March 4th. Who is he and what kind of work does he do? Well read on…

Paper cutting art is like stippling, it requires a steady hand and loads of patience and we should admire anyone who does it.   We recently came across Helen Musselwhite’s extraordinary hand cut paper art and had to share her works. Here are some samples…

Political satire drips from Britt Spencer’s powerful and exaggerated illustrations and can be compared to the works of Bill Plimpton who presented his work in the same fashion. Britt Spencer born and raised in Kentucky, currently lives in Los Angeles, CA and his client roster has included GQ Magazine, BBC, DPI, PDNedu, Little Airplane Productions, [...]

Otto Rapp was born in 1944 in Felixdorf, Lower Austria and educated in Vienna. Initially a self-taught painter, he studied at various Galleries and Museums. In Vienna, he often hung out at the Akademie der Bildenden Kuenste, where he admired the work of the Wiener Schule des Phantastischen Realismus. Encouraged by an art dealer he began to paint [...]

A man takes on a whale of a project in Moby Dick. ‘One Drawing for Every Page of Moby Dick’ is a project Matt Kish (seen in photo to the left) started in August 2009, after getting the inspiration from seeing artist Zak Smith make an illustration for every page of Thomas Pynchon’s novel ‘Gravity [...]

Paul Chatem schooled at the Kansas City Art Institute, currently resides in the Greater Los Angeles area. His most recently exhibition titled “Death of the BigHead” just wrapped up on February 27, 2010 at the C.A.V.E Gallery in Venice, CA. Vintage circus sideshow advertisements come to mind while Paul Chatem’s illustrations prove bizarre is beautiful. [...]

As his bio states: “ Marc Johns creates whimsical drawings filled with dry wit and humour. Whether it’s a man with branches growing out of his head that need pruning, or a pipe that’s trying to quit smoking, his characters are simply, sparsely drawn, yet speak volumes with just a few strokes of the pen. He’s [...]


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