18.03.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Molly Bounds


A selection of work by Denver-based illustrator and printmaker Molly Bounds. More images below.

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18.03.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Damon Kowarsky


Etchings by Melbourne-based artist Damon Kowarsky. More images below.

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17.03.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Xue Ruozhe


A selection of paintings by artist Xue Ruozhe, who was born in Xuzhou, China and now lives and works in London. More work below.

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16.03.16 by Jeff

Reader Submission: Greg Burak


A selection of paintings by Queens, New York-based artist Greg Burak, found via our March Reader Submissions. More images below.

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15.03.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Peter Taylor


Peter Taylor continues to explore themes of balance and joy in these fantastic new pencil drawings (click here for previous post). If you happen to be in Vancouver March 19th, you can check out The Yinbow Yangbow Way at El Kartel (104 East Pender). If not, see more images below.

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15.03.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Paolo Pibi


Surreal paintings by Sardinia-born, Milan-based artist Paolo Pibi. More images below.

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15.03.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Caitlyn Murphy


Love these gouache paintings by Toronto-based artist Caitlyn Murphy. Her first solo show, “Window Studies”, opens March 17th at Northern Contemporary Gallery. More images below.

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14.03.16 by Staff

Artist Illma Gore Faces Indefinite Facebook Ban Over Drawing of Donald Trump with Extremely Small Penis


Illma Gore’s depiction of Donald Trump with a very small penis still appears on her Facebook page but the gender-fluid artist continues to face numerous threats of suspension from Facebook as well as intimidation from Trump’s legal team. Of the image, Gore has stated: “I do not believe your genitals define your gender, power, or status. Basically, you can be a massive prick despite what is in your pants.”

Gore’s situation raises debates over censorship and the arbitrary distinctions between high and low art as “Make America Great Again” (2016) was also removed from eBay over the sites policy on depictions of nudity in items not considered “fine art.”

In response to Trump’s legal team and their specific efforts to prevent her from selling or distributing prints of the image, Gore has posted a hi-res version as a free download and vowed to not only put the image back up on eBay but to donate $100 to Bernie Sanders every time it’s taken down.


Illma Gore’s Website

Illma Gore on Facebook

Via Hyperallergic

14.03.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Alex Kuno


A selection of fable-like work by Minnesota-based artist Alex Kuno. More images below.

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