21.01.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Mark Lovejoy

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It’s a little unclear what we’re even looking at here. Artist Mark Lovejoy uses a curious combination of photography and digital manipulation to create these works. No paintings actually exist. Have a look at more images below and try to wrap your head around his process.

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21.01.16 by Jeff

Illustrator Spotlight: Dadu Shin

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A selection of recent work by Brooklyn-based illustrator Dadu Shin. More images below.

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21.01.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Alexandra Levasseur

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More paintings by Montreal-based artist Alexandra Levasseur. More images below.

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21.01.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Lauren YS

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Some recent work by one of my absolute favs, Lauren YS. More below.

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20.01.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Adam Friedman

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Portland-based artist Adam Friedman (previously featured here, here, here) encourages us to see the natural world through a different kind of lens. More mind-bending images below!

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20.01.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: The Low Bros

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We’ve posted the work of our friends, Berlin-based duo The Low Bros a few times before (click here for previous posts). Check out a selection of their amazing paintings, public murals, and a video clip below! All the work is from the past year, busy guys!

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20.01.16 by Staff

7 Million Hand-inked Dots by Artist Xavier Casalta

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Xavier Casalta is a 23 year old artist from the South of France. His piece “Autumn” is part of a series representing the four seasons. It’s also the result of 370 hours spent meticulously inking 7 million dots to create every shape and shade! Click below for more images of Casalta’s incredible stippling technique.

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20.01.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Lee Jin Ju

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Paintings by Korean artist Lee Jin Ju. More images below.

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19.01.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Erin Anderson

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A selection of work by American artist Erin Anderson, currently based in Pennsylvania. Anderson’s painted figures are set against complex, abstract designs, etched into copper substrate. More images below.

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