Airy graphite drawings by Nuno de Campos

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Oct 2014

Airy graphite drawings by Nuno de Campos

These light and airy graphite drawings are by Nuno de Campos, who is a New York based artist originally from Portugal. All of the drawings are from a series depicting different parts of F.D.R. Drive in Lower Manhattan from a variety of unique and visually...

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Dark and haunting dioramas by Mathieu Schmitt

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Oct 2014

Dark and haunting dioramas by Mathieu Schmitt

These amazing, lonely, and unique pieces are from the series ‘Glitched’ by Mathieu Schmitt. He creates these 3D printed dioramas, encases them in smoked glass cubes, and adds dramatic lighting. The resulting pieces are dark, cold, and hauntingly void of people. Really beautiful work and...

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Graphite and oil paintings by Nunzio Paci

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Oct 2014

Graphite and oil paintings by Nunzio Paci

The graphite and oil paintings by Italian artist, Nunzio Paci are intended to “explore the infinite possibilities of life, in search of a balance between reality and imagination” according to the artist. In them he beautifully merges human anatomy with other natural elements such as...

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New atmospheric paintings by Aron Wiesenfeld

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Oct 2014

New atmospheric paintings by Aron Wiesenfeld

This is our second feature on San Diego based artist, Aron Wiesenfeld who is quickly becoming a favorite of ours (previous). His atmospheric paintings are subtle, delicate, and haunting. His adept use of color, light, and scale give his work a massive weightiness that is...

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Frosting with fangs: Scott Hove cakes

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Oct 2014

Frosting with fangs: Scott Hove cakes

A few weeks ago we featured the work of AJ Fosik. Following this feature, one of our viewers suggested we check out the work of Scott Hove. Thank god they did! While clear similarities between their work exist, their approach is quite diverse. Scott’s work...

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