Painting/Drawing


The life and times of an aging superhero

10

Sep 2014

The life and times of an aging superhero

I have wanted to feature the work of Swedish artist, Andreas Englund on the site since its inception. He is definitely one of my personal favorites and I’m thrilled it’s finally happening. I do realize that I’m gushing a bit more than usual over this...

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Accidental Empires by Matthew Quick

07

Sep 2014

Accidental Empires by Matthew Quick

Australian artist, Matthew Quick is a prolific painter who has won a boatload of competitions and has had a successful gallery career to this point. These paintings are from the series ‘Accidental Empires’ in which Quick alters well-known monuments from around the world by adding...

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Cleon Peterson and the End of Days

04

Sep 2014

Cleon Peterson and the End of Days

In a world and time in which images of violence and war are commonplace, the work of Cleon Peterson seems all to fitting. His paintings are filled with highly stylized and menacing humanoid figures, wielding a variety of crude weaponry and wreaking absolute havoc on...

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The odd hyper-realistic paintings of Kang Kang-Hoon

03

Sep 2014

The odd hyper-realistic paintings of Kang Kang-Hoon

These hyper-realistic paintings are by Korean artist Kang Kang-Hoon. Not only are the portraits insane in their detail, they’re also hilariously odd and quirky. His subjects don curlers, goggles, cigarettes, and bubble gum and address the viewer with exaggerated expressions of happiness, disgust, or disregard....

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Scott Listfield: Astronauts in America

01

Sep 2014

Scott Listfield: Astronauts in America

What would the United States look like to someone who has never been here before? Probably pretty strange. Artist Scott Listfield experienced this when he returned to America after taking some time to travel the world. Bombarded with advertisements, media, and everything else making up today’s frenetic...

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The apocalyptic work of Michael Kerbow

28

Aug 2014

The apocalyptic work of Michael Kerbow

San Francisco based artist, Michael Kerbow’s large scale paintings depict an apocalyptic future where industry has gotten way out of control, turning the environment into a wasteland of steel and concrete. While his paintings forecast a dire, there is an undeniable beauty to them as...

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