Self-taught artist JJ Cromer drew Audubon birds and Charlie Brown as a child, but it wasn’t until he married did he pick up a pen to draw passionately and professionally and he hasn’t looked back since. Bursting with color and minute details, Cromer’s work is weave of mediums that create intricate eye-catching illustrations. We had [...]
Electronica, Collage, and the Meaning of Everything By Lorette C. Luzajic When electronic music first came out, there was a big-to-do over its legitimacy. Detractors grumbled that it wasn’t “real” music since there weren’t any instruments. Others dismissed its pastiche sensibilities, denouncing the very idea of sampling previously recorded music to make new songs. I [...]
New York-based artist & illustrator, Garrett Pruter was born and raised in California. He uses collage and drawings to create his wonderful pieces. Here are some samples of his work.
Fred Tomaselli’s exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum, a mid-career survey featuring the artist’s two-dimensional works from the late 1980s to the present, will be on view from October 8, 2010, through January 2, 2011. Tomaselli’s artwork draws upon a wide range of sources from both popular culture and art history, and from his own hobbies of [...]
Painter and illustrator Lonnie Busch‘s artwork covers a broad sprectrum from editorial work to advertising, characters, products, and food. He has created artwork for corporations and institutions across the United States, including the 2002 “Greetings from America” stamps and the 2004 “Summer Olympics” stamp for the US Postal Service. Not only that he has also [...]
We have taken on a 30 day photography project titled “The Sky Tonight: 30 Days of Dusk“, where we snap a photo of the sky (from the exact same spot in our backyard) at around dusk. The time fluxuates (because the axis of spin of the Earth is not vertical to the plane between the [...]