Sandro Castelli was born in 1973 in São Paulo, Brazil, where he still lives and works as a freelance illustrator. Though mostly self-taught, he graduated from a comic book/illustration oriented art school. Sandro has a wide variety of work that includes, fantasy, horror and even cartoons and infographics.
ALEXIS MACKENZIE EXHIBIT AT CHICAGO’S EBERSMOORE
Alexis Mackenzie’s exhibit “All the Colors of the Dark” is currently running at the Ebersmoore in Chicago through May 22, 2010.
Throughout all of Mackenzie’s work, is the idea to portray the world as a flawed thing of beauty – a place that shines brightly, but has a dark side to match. Mackenzie received a BFA from Tufts University / School of the Museum of Fine Arts, 2003, in Boston, MA.
On the site of a thousand years of violent history, ACDC were pitted against Iron Man in a ground breaking architectural projection mapping. Check out the video.
Arabella Proffer is a painter, designer, and co-founder of an indie label called Elephant Stone Records.
Her loose narrative themes revolve around a fascination with punk rock, aristocrats, Renaissance fashions, aging socialites, pre-code cinema, gothic divas and rock ‘n’ roll groupies.
We recently came across Brooklyn-based artist Justin Paszul and his artwork, and thoroughly fell in love with it. Luckily, we got a chance to interview him to see where he draws inspiration from and what makes him tick. His answers in the Q & A below are very inciteful.