26.09.16 by Staff

Artist Re-Imagining Every Pokémon as Garfield!

pokemon + garfield = garfemon

Pokémon + Garfield = Garfemon. Chicago-based artist and writer Shawn Bowers is re-drawing every Pokémon as Garfield. See more Garfemon below!

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01.03.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Jacob van Loon


Drawings by Chicago-based artist Jacob van Loon (previously featured here). More images below.

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16.09.15 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Jenny Volvovski


Lovely print series featuring quintessential Chicago houses by Jenny Volvovski (of three person design company ALSO). More images below.

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21.04.15 by Kory Kingsley

Houston Cofield


Fantastic photographs by Chicago based, photographer Houston Cofield. Take a look at more of his work below.

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07.05.14 by Jeff

Nadine Nakanishi and Nick Butcher


Handwoven, screen-printed, and painted textiles by artists, Nadine Nakanishi and Nick Butcher. The duo is based in Chicago, and I previously featured them here, here, and here.

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15.08.13 by Jeff

“Chi Raq” Documentary Film By Photographer Will Robson-Scott

Chi Raq - Documentary film by Will Robson-Scott

My friend photographer Will Robson-Scott told me a little bit about his documentary “Chi Raq” when I was with him in Australia earlier this year. It feels like it’s been a long time since then, so I was excited yesterday when he told me it was finally online!

This is an intimate portrait of life in South and West Chicago. I had no idea it was one of the most dangerous cities in America.

Watch the entire “Chi Raq” film below!

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12.06.13 by Staff

Alex Hense

paintings by Alex Hense at MAXWELL COLETTE GALLERY
New paintings by Alex Hense! He’s having a solo exhibition in Chicago from June 15, 2013 to July 20, 2013 at the Maxwell Colette Gallery, so if you’re in the area, be sure to check it out! More images below.

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19.03.13 by Jeff

Edie Fake

Artist Edie Fake
“Memory Palaces”, ballpoint pen, ink, gouache, drawings by Edie Fake. The series is a re-imagining of places in Chicago’s queer history – some real, some not.

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