16.03.15 by Jeff

Illustrator: Jangojim

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Works by Antwerp, Belgium-based illustrator Jangojim. Found via our Monthly Reader Submissions. More images below.

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16.03.15 by Jeff

Collage Artist: B.D. Graft

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Collages by artist B.D. Graft, found via our Monthly Reader Submissions. More images below.

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16.03.15 by Jeff

Painter: Boy Kong

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Beautiful works by artist Boy Kong (we met briefly last month), submitted through our Monthly Reader Submissions. More images below.

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16.03.15 by Jeff

Amsterdam-Based Artist: Daniel Mullen

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Paintings by Amsterdam-based artist Daniel Mullen, found via our Monthly Reader Submissions. More images below.

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12.03.15 by Zach Tutor

Jean-Pierre Roy

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Paintings by Jean-Pierre Roy wherein colossal figures battle out Roy’s own, personal demons and existensial questions.  Continue below for more of Roy’s paintings.

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11.03.15 by Jeff

Taipei-Based Artist: Shih Yung-Chun

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Glorious paintings by Taipei-based artist Shih Yung-Chun. I love these so much. Lots more images below.

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10.03.15 by Zach Tutor

Dario Puggioni

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Fascinatingly strange portraits from Italian born, Berlin based painter Dario Puggioni that portray, according to Puggioni, subjects that exist in a world of complete silence.  The result of this existence is an evolutionary step that is also silent: subjects growing plants from their bodies.  See more of Puggioni’s paintings below.

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09.03.15 by Jeff

Video of the Day: Morphogenetic Freehand Etchings By Artist John Franzen

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A couple years ago I posted about artist John Franzen’s “Each Line One Breath” – morphogenetic freehand drawings. In the years since he has begun drawing into 2mm black coated copper and brass plates with a needle, creating gorgeous etchings, from which he produces a small series of discharge prints.

His meditative drawing process starts a single straight line from the top of the plate to the bottom, which is followed by an attempt to copy that line as precisely as possible. Each subsequent line results in a slight straying from the original line, exaggerating the original imperfections. His breathing controls the line, and the line also controls his breathing, it is incredible to watch. See the videos below.

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