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The Beautiful Art of Ashley Urban

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT:

Ashley Urban’s childhood and adolescence were spent living deeply secluded in Pike national forest of Colorado. Because of this, she had to be creative with how she spent her time. Far removed from the nearest town and a normal social life, her greatest pleasures were spent in solitude, reading, creating art, and connecting with nature, being completely immersed within it for hours on end, every day. She was always intoxicated with its delicacies and dangers. Over time, she learned to relate with flora and fauna on a deeper level than with the people around her. To this day, her work and life are deeply influenced by the natural realm.

Art has always been a way for Ashley to speak without having to say anything. A means of channeling the harshness of life and the losses she’s endured into something stunning. Through her work she continually strives to reflect the immense amount of pain and beauty that surrounds us.

Ashley is a self trained artist who currently lives and creates in downtown Los Angeles, working as a fine artist, freelance illustrator, art writer for 35mm Magazine, vintage clothier, fashion designer and model. She moved to Los Angeles 4 years ago, at first resistant to the culture shock of leaving Colorado, she has since deeply fallen in love with LA. She interned at Corey Helford Gallery as a tear down and installation engineer and gallery assistant from May, 2016 through June, 2017. This opened up her world to learning the business side of the arts, as well as befriending many of the New Contemporary, Pop Surreal, and street artists she’s idolized for many years. Her artistic life continues to bloom forth, being nurtured by the endless opportunities in the Los Angeles art scene.

In the last month she launched a line of hand-made women’s neck scarves and men’s pocket squares, featuring her illustrations printed on various fabrics. Scarves, pocket squares, fine art prints, and original artworks can all be found on her websites. Keep an eye out, as there are many more fashion designs to be released with regularity.

 

 

 

Links: 

Art: TheAshleyUrban.com

Shop: Etsy.com/shop/GoldenBeeOddities

Instagram: @AshleyUrban.Art

 

Image info:

Image 1:
Platonic Solids: Mother of Flora
4″ diameter
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, hand stained paper
2016

Image 2:
Platonic Solids: Mother of Tropics
4″ diameter
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, hand stained paper
2016

Image 3:
Platonic Solids: The Overseers 
12″ x 9″
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, hand stained paper
2016

Image 4:
Platonic Solids: The Future is Female
9″ x 12″
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, gold acrylic, hand stained paper
2017

Image 5:
Divine Hexagon
24″ x 36″
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, gold acrylic, hand stained paper
2015

Image 6:
Los Angeles State of Mind
6″ diameter
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, gold acrylic, hand stained paper
2017

Image 7:
Hurt Manifested
16″ x 8″
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, hand stained paper
2017

Image 8:
Healing Manifested I
18″ x 6″
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, gold acrylic, hand stained paper
2017

Image 9:
Healing Manifested II
9″ x 12″
Watercolor pencil, hand stained paper
2017

Image 10:
Healing Manifested III
14″ x 12″
Colored Pencil
2017

Image 11:
Healing Manifested IV
9″ x 12″
Watercolor pencil, hand stained paper
2017

Image 12:
The Thinker
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, gold acrylic, hand stained paper
2015

Image 13:
Self Portrait
18″ x 10″
Micron pen, watercolor pencil, hand stained paper
2012

 

Image 14:
Artist Photo
by David Farkus

 

 

 

 

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The Photography of
David S. Rubenstein

 

Humphrey and Henrietta

 

Big Grove

 

Build the Land

 

Bridges

 

WIP

 

Summit

 

Curtain

 

Still

 

Suki

 

 

 

ABOUT:

David S. Rubenstein is an American writer, photographer, poet, and painter.  His short stories have appeared in Crack the Spine, Still Point Arts Quarterly, Blood and Thunder, Yellow Medicine Review, Chrysalis Reader (five stories), The MacGuffin (two stories), Owen Wister Review, DeathRealm, The Monocacy Valley Review, Half Tones to Jubilee, The Rampant Guinea Pig, The Mythic Circle, Alpha Adventures, and others, and have been nominated twice for the Pushcart prize.  His photographs appear in Chrysalis Reader, Midwest Gothic, Blue Mesa Review, Drunk Monkeys, From Sac and others.  His poem “High Place” appears in The Write Launch.  A collection of his short stories can be found on Kobo at the following link:  https://www.kobo.com/us/en/ebook/piasa-and-other-stories

 

 

 

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The Art and Humor of Danny Ochoa

 

Piece Frog

 

Peace Frog

 

Beany and Cecil Tribute

 

Lords of the Cemetery

 

Hendrix

 

Las Adelitas Sanchez

 

Ghosts

 

The Many Vices of Shiva

 

Immaculate Deception

 

Luna the Bee

 

Minimum Wage

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIO

Danny Ochoa is an Illustrator and Animator strongly influenced by Folk and Psychedelic Art. Fascinated by the medium of Animation since the age of five, he attended classes at The Academy Of Art University in San Francisco majoring in Illustration and Animation. Having lived in the Bay Area for close to a decade, he managed to meet a lot of interesting Artists, Musicians and Writers who shaped his approach to Life and Art in general. He has worked for such companies as Fox ADHD, Bento Box Entertainment and Lowbrow Studios. He currently resides in his hometown of Los Angeles working as a Retake Animator at Stoopid Buddy Stoodios and spending his spare time completing his short film which has been in production for over a year.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Fantastic Photography of
Sequoia Emmanuelle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Los Angeles based artist Sequoia Emmanuelle has a unique voice as a photographer utilizing her many creative talents together- including fashion design, set design, painting, wardrobe styling, film and graphic design. Dripping with color and texture, Sequoia’s work captures the essence of her generation of artists and immortalizes the avant-garde worlds of fashion, music, art, film and theatre as seen through her eyes. A graduate of photography at Minneapolis College of Art and Design, her unique style has been inspired and shaped by the raw and vibrant underground art scenes of New York, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Through her art, she creates magical wonderlands from which to transport and capture her subjects in their full archetypical glory.

Her striking photographs have appeared in numerous magazines and publications and her images are used on album art, editorial, look books, advertising campaigns, gallery shows, and music videos.

Publications include: Italian Vogue, Zink Magazine, Paper Magazine, Plastik, Galore, Vibe Magazine, Fault Magazine, Huf Magazine, Papercut Magazine, Kismet UK, Glassbook Magazine, Dark Beauty magazine, The Dapifer, Tantalum, Runway Magazine, Volition, Auxiliary Magazine, Sessions Magazine, Tinsel Tokyo magazine, Giuseppina Magazine, Empty Kingdom, Coilhouse Magazine, The Catalyst Magazine, Stiletto Glam Magazine, Gothic Noir Magazine, Twisted Lamb, Haute Macabre, Lost at E Minor, Art Boom, Urban Ink, Ghubar, Imbibe magazine and more.

 

 

Sequoia Emmanuelle Photography Book now available.
http://sequoiaemmanuelle.com/book

Sequoia Emmanuelle Links:

www.sequoiaemmanuelle.com

www.instagram.com/sequoiaemmanuelle
www.facebook.com/sequoiaemmanuellephotography
www.tumblr.com/blog/sequoiaemmanuelle

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Card Poems by J4

 

Joliloquoy

Joliloquoy

 

and indians

and Indians

 

Eat candy

Eat candy

 

Ense

Ense

 

Live flock

Live flock

 

Overthinking

Overthinking

 

I kno

I kno

 

Entity in the kitchen

Entity in the kitchen

 

Soulless Champagne Couple

 

BIO

j4 is a collective of four persons, all given names beginning with j, who are compelled to explore transindividual composition.

 

j4work.wordpress.com
j4work.tumblr.com

 

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The Intimate Art of Cameron Bliss

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BIO:

Cameron Bliss creates images of people, real and imagined, and somewhere in between. Her subjects are mesmerizing, moody and deeply evocative. Cameron received her degree from the Savannah College of Art and design. Her work hangs in private collections in Australia, Mexico, several countries in Europe, as well as in the United States. She lives and paints and Winterville, near Athens, Georgia, where she serves on the Winterville arts Council.

ARTIST STATEMENT:

If you were to step into one of my paintings, you might feel as though you suddenly interrupted a deeply intimate exchange. I am a painter of authentic souls suspended in their mundane realness; in moments of timeless suspense. My paintings are more than just “portraits” hanging over the mantle. I strive to go beyond a nose being placed in the center of the face. My desire is that the viewer asks my subjects “What are you hopeful for in your heart, your mind, and your soul?”

 

http://www.cameronbliss.com/

Instagram – cameronblissart

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The Art of Michelle Vella

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT

Michelle Vella is a contemporary portrait artist known for her unique Big Eyes. The NY fashion scene quickly embraced Michelle’s style from the start. Fashion icon Diane von Furstenberg discovered Vella on Instagram resulting in a meeting in NYC and delivery of her custom portrait which is now part of the DVF collection. Vella has garnered commissions and collaborations with high fashion magazines, fashion designers, corporate and private collectors. Having an education in Fine Arts and a graphic design business for a decade, it was only recently that Vella unleashed this new found passion which has now become her full time career. Vella’s recognizable style is ever evolving and crosses the line between illustrator and artist. Michelle is based in Toronto, Canada.

http://www.michellevella.com/

All images are copyright ©Michelle Vella 2016

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Favorite Bookstores

The Strand, New York

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

When traveling to New York City, it’s always nice to stop in and browse around a good bookstore. For bookstore lovers, there’s nothing more comforting than wandering around aisle after aisle of new and used books. The United States has seen a lot of bookstores go out of business in recent years. It seems there used to be a cool bookstore at every major corner and intersection. We cherish the ones that remain, the bookstores that have withstood the ups and downs of the economy. We honor them for their commitment to the reader. Who reads books anymore? If you witnessed the traffic at The Strand bookstore on a Wednesday at 11:00 a.m. in early December, you would say that plenty of people still do. Certainly some were tourists. But the line at the cash register, and the people leaving with bright colorful bags filled with books, tells you that the book business is alive and well, at least in this part of the city. Having spent time at City Lights in San Francisco, and The Last Bookstore in Los Angeles, I would say that for some bookstores, the business of books is thriving. The Strand is one of those legendary bookstores you always hear about. The chance to visit and spend time there was a dream come true. Bookstores are one of my favorite places to visit, whether I’m at home or visiting another city, state or country. And The Strand was a memorable experience indeed. I left with a bag full of books.

 

The Strand, 828 Broadway, New York, NY 10003

Phone: 212.473.1452

 

The Strand – History

 

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The Art of Jenny Mörtsell 

 

 

Cali

Cali

 

Flower Girl

Flower Girl

 

Meowiie

Meowiie

 

The Girl Stays in the Picture

The Girl Stays in the Picture 2

 

The Girl Stays in the Picture 1

The Girl Stays in the Picture 1

 

The Girl Stays in the Picture 3

The Girl Stays in the Picture 3

 

The Girl Stays in the Picture 4

The Girl Stays in the Picture 4

 

The Girl Stays in the Picture 5

The Girl Stays in the Picture 5

 

The Girl Stays in the Picture 6

The Girl Stays in the Picture 6

 

Rohmer

Rohmer

 

Inverted

Inverted

 

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST

jennymortsell

Jenny Mörtsell is a Swedish illustrator dividing her time between Brooklyn, NY and Stockholm. After several years studying printmaking art and earning a MA in graphic design she returned to her childhood passion drawing, moved to New York and still hasn’t gotten bored of either. Her super realistic pencil portraits and still lifes have been commissioned by clients as New York Times Magazine, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Roberto Cavalli, Whyred, MTWTFSS Weekdays, Outdoor Voices, Aritzia, Urban Outfitters, ELLE UK, Vogue China, Lula, Grey Magazine, NYLON, The Swedish Post, The California Sunday Magazine, Twin Shadow, Harry’s.

 

MORE WORK HERE:

Jenny’s Portfolio

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The Art of Blythe Smith

 

Happiness is a Foil Balloon 2016

Happiness is a Foil Balloon – 2016

 

If You're Happy and You Know It - 2016

If You’re Happy and You Know It – 2016

 

Untitled

Last Fitting of the Spring Festival Dress – 2016

 

You Would, Wouldn't You - 2016

You Would, Wouldn’t You – 2016

 

Horticultured and Hilarious - 2016

Horticultured and Hilarious – 2016

 

The National Anthem - 2016

The National Anthem – 2016

 

Untitled

Dodging paparazzi while shopping for chicken nuggets at the local supermarket – 2016

 

Untitled

Baby, you shouldn’t have broken those promises – 2016

 

Deny My Integrity and I'll Deny Yours - 2016

Deny My Integrity and I’ll Deny Yours – 2016

 

 

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

My art starts from the private but often ends up being generally applicable. It starts from small seemingly unimportant incidents and often ends up being political.

My themes are (megalo)maniac: power, gender, addiction. I see meanings related to these themes everywhere.

I am interested in studying what meaning is, how meanings change, merge, and dissolve.

I think it is useless for an artist to declare truths, since they are scarce. In the best possible case, the meanings of the author and the experiencer enter into a dialogue with each other and nurture each other. Although art can never convey the truth, I hope that, when experienced, my art becomes true and that its meanings turn meaningful. That my art can influence and, whilst influencing, generate new art.

My art is multimodal, it is meant to appeal to all senses: I make use of language, puns, humour, irony, moving images, sounds, paintings, installations that you can touch, taste, hear, and smell.

www.blythesmith.com

 

BIO

blythesmith1Blythe Smith is a Finnish visual artist with a strong background in linguistics and literature. In her work, she explores meanings: how meanings emerge and merge, how they change and dissolve in human interaction.

Blythe Smith’s work ranges from drawings and watercolor paintings to experimental video art. She is a graduate of Art School MAA and holds an MA in English and Romance philology.

 

 

 

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The Masterful Art of Angelo Deleon

 

 

Cloudy day over Metro

Cloudy Day Over Metro

 

The City View

The City View

 

City Harbor and Sailboats

City Harbor and Sailboats

 

Gray Skyline

Gray Skyline

 

Teal and Aqua Sky

Teal and Aqua Sky

 

Jazz It Up #4

Jazz It Up #4

 

Neon City

Neon City

 

Lilies in a Pond

Lilies in a Pond

 

The City Bay

The City Bay

 

Neurul Circuitry

Neural Circuitry

 

Panoramic View of a Colorful City

Panoramic View of a Colorful City

 

 

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Angelo Deleon

Angelo Deleon is an American artist and painter, Abstract Expressionist and Impressionist artist who is self-taught and lives in Middleburg, Florida.

 

Links to Angelo’s work:

Instagram

Facebook

 

 

 

 

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The Beautiful Art of Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

 

Letisia Cruz Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

 

Letisia Cruz

 

 

Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

Letisia Cruz

 

 

 

ARTIST STATEMENT:

www.lesinfin.com

LetisiaCruz1My illustrations are primarily rendered in pen and ink on paper. I am inspired by strong, trailblazing, bad-ass women who push boundaries, forge their own paths, and define for themselves what it means to achieve success. I am also inspired by the take-no-shit attitude of the ’90s and transformative self-expression made possible through art, poetry and music.

My illustrations often depict tattooed girls straddling light and dark, gazing into their own abyss, and redefining their sense of self. My work is infused with elements of nature and religious symbolism, from classical Greek and Roman mythology to the goddesses of Nordic, Vedic, and Yoruba Mythology. Whatever I’m reading at the moment usually works its way into my drawings. Much of my work is centered around the seasons of nature and the passing of time, as well as on the endless cycle of birth, life, death and rebirth.

 

BIO

Letisia Cruz is a Cuban-American writer and illustrator. She is enthralled by nature and the acute connection to form associated with ink illustration. Her visual vocabulary emerges through this focus and subsequently explores the connection between man and nature.

She is a graduate of Fairleigh Dickinson University’s MFA program and currently lives in Miami, FL. She is the resident artist at Petite Hound Press and the Online Poetry Re-Features Editor at The Literary Review.

 

 

Dream Poetry

Last Night in a Dream

by Ashley Inguanta

 

Last night in a dream, I was healthy. You were a rose. You got into my car and I took you home, and when you saw the white flags at the Brooklyn bridge’s arc, you told me the story of a conflicted hero, all shadow and moon, and I told you a story about resurrecting the dead. In your story, the hero did not want to die, so she did not leap. Instead, she turned into a seed. In my story, I kneeled by your grave. When I heard gunfire, I dodged each bullet—and then, finally, I woke up next to you, all new, stripes of sunlight over your hair like a crisp photograph.

Sometimes I wonder: If God could really hear me, what would the moon do? Any good moon would reach over both white flags, carry them to you as you fall asleep. Any good moon would hold me here, in this dream, where I can run to you without losing my breath, where you are a rose and my heart is good as new.

 

Dream1

 

Dream2

 

Dream3

 

Dream4

 

Dream5

 

 

BIO

ashley inguantaAshley Inguanta is a small-press author, photographer, and yoga teacher who has dedicated her life to helping others heal by developing healthy coping mechanisms. She earned her MFA in Creative Writing from The University of Central Florida in 2011, and she earned her 200 hour RYT certificate from YOGAMAYA New York in 2014. She is the author of The Way Home (Dancing Girl Press, 2013 / re-published with The Writing Disorder on Kindle), For the Woman Alone (Ampersand Books 2014), and Bomb, which is forthcoming with Ampersand Books this fall. As a mental health advocate and queer rights advocate, she’s volunteered with organizations and facilities like Equality Florida and Lakeside Alternative, and currently she teaches healing, restorative writing and yoga classes at several locations in Central Florida.

 

PHOTOGRAPHY

Alexander C. Kafka is a journalist, photographer, and composer in Bethesda, Maryland. His photography portfolio is at https://www.lensculture.com/alexander-kafka

 

 

 

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The Illuminating Photography of John Tavares

 

 

Tree Line Northern Lights

Tree Line, Northern Lights

 

Reflections of the Light Show

Reflections of the Light Show

 

Moose Creek

Moose Creek

 

Aurora Borealis Ojibway CountryClub

Aurora Borealis Ojibway CountryClub

 

Frog Rapids Bridge Night

Frog Rapids Bridge, Night

 

Iron Bridge

Iron Bridge

 

Aurora Borealis Pelican Lake

Aurora Borealis Pelican Lake

 

Snowmobile Trail

Snowmobile Trail

 

Sioux Mountain Summer Morning

Sioux Mountain, Summer Morning

 

Aurora Borealis Pine Tree

Aurora Borealis, Pine Tree

 

 

ARTIST STATEMENT

In creative endeavors, I have a strong passion for writing, particularly creative writing, but I found photography an engaging form of free expression long before I attended journalism school. I first became fascinated by photography as a medium and art form through magazine cover illustrations and especially the photojournalism of Time-Life photographers such as Robert Capa while I was in high school, when I read World War Two and Viet Nam war history. I always gravitated towards the journalistic medium, so when I acquired the training afforded by journalism college I felt more assertive behind the camera lens. I found digital photography liberating – a tool that empowered me in efforts to photographically document, far and wide, various aspects of everyday life and the urban environment, including social issues and norms and morays, in Toronto and rural landscapes in the sparsely populated latitudes of northwestern Ontario. In the northern setting I am often overwhelmed by the vastness and inexorableness of nature and I experimented in slightly unconventional manners with capturing landscape images, including using very long focal lengths, extremely long shutter speeds, in very low light. Inspired by the photography of artists like Ansel Adams and Annie Leibowitz, I nonetheless tend to eschew efforts towards their technical perfection, which at times seems unattainable. Likewise, I’ve been content to keep photo editing to a minimum, so I simply don’t use sophisticated image editing programs like Photoshop or Lightroom. I have utilized Aviary, Flickr’s online photo editor, and its predecessor, Picnik, at a bare minimum, to crop, color correct, or to tweak saturation and warmth, but even then I’m often dissatisfied with the results. For some images I selected for The Writing Disorder, I’ve allowed myself to be enchanted by the color and beauty of the northern landscape, occasionally set against the intrusion of technology and human development.

 

 

BIO

John TavaresBorn and raised in Sioux Lookout, Ontario, John Tavares is the son of Portuguese immigrants from Sao Miguel, Azores. His formal education includes a two-year GAS diploma from Humber College with concentration in psychology, a three-year journalism diploma from Centennial College, a Specialized Honors BA in English from York University. He’s worked as a research assistant for the Sioux Lookout Public Library and the Northwestern Ontario regional recycle association with the public works department. He also worked with the disabled for the Sioux Lookout Association for Community Living. Meanwhile, his short fiction has been published in a wide variety of “little magazines” and literary magazines, online and in print, in the United States and Canada. Following journalism studies, he had articles, photography, and features published in East York Observer, East York Times, Beaches Town Crier, East Toronto Advocate, Our Toronto – as well as community and trade newspapers such as York University’s Excalibur and Hospital News, where he interned as an editorial assistant. John recently wrote a novel.

 

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The Comic Art of Brad Gottschalk

 

Gottschalk Curiosity

Gottschalk Curiosity

Gottschalk Curiosity

Gottschalk Curiosity

Gottschalk Curiosity

Gottschalk Curiosity

 

 

BIO

gottschalkBrad Gottschalk is an exile from the realm of live theater. Currently he is a cartoonist living in Madison, Wisconsin. His art and comics have appeared in Raven Chronicles, Nerve Cowboy, and Berkeley Fiction Review. Read more of his work at www.slienttheatercomics.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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WAXenVINE Photography

The Beautiful Images of Scott Irvine & Kim Meinelt

 

WaXenVine

 

WaX en Vine

 

WaX en Vine

 

WaX en Vine

 

WaX en Vine

 

WaXenVine

 

WaXenVine

 

WaXenVine

 

WaXenVine

 

WaXenVine

 

 

ABOUT THE ARTISTS:

HAUNTED ::: photographs

WAXENVINE is the collective vision of husband and wife team Scott Irvine and Kim Meinelt.  Their work centers around themes of light, shadow, texture and beauty. They are drawn to finding the unusual within the mundane and beauty in unexpected places. Their process often involves blending multiple images together – resulting in a haunting dreamscape that transcends reality and the singular image.

SCOTT IRVINE received his BFA in photography from Rochester Institute of Technology.   His work has been exhibited internationally. Scott manages one of the few remaining black + white darkrooms where he works and lives as an artist in Williamsburg Brooklyn NY.

KIM MEINELT studied at North Carolina School of the Arts with an intense focus on set design and scenic painting. After freelancing as a sculptor, painter and interior designer in NYC, she crossed paths with Eileen Fisher in 93 evolving into a successful career as the Creative Concept Director.

www.waxenvine.com

www.instagram.com/scottirvine57

 Scott Irvine scott irvine photography (@scottirvine57) • Instagram photos and videos

www.instagram.com

Brooklyn NYC. Film, Polaroid, Darkroom, Silver-gelatin, Rolleiflex, Holga, Lomo, Wet-plate, Vintage cameras, Hipstamatic.

 

www.instagram.com/kimmibird

 Kim Meinelt kim meinelt photography (@kimmibird) • Instagram photos and videos

www.instagram.com

See Instagram photos and videos from kim meinelt photography (@kimmibird)

 

http://theselby.com/galleries/kim-meinelt-and-scott-irvine-at-home-in-brooklyn/

Kim Meinelt and Scott Irvine at Home in Brooklyn « the selby

theselby.com

Kim Meinelt – Artist and Visual Director at Eileen Fisher, and Scott Irvine – Photographer and Musician

 

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The Art of Harumi Hironaka

 

Regret by Hironaka

Regret by Hironaka

 

Warg Witch by Hironaka

Warg Witch by Hironaka

 

Lenore by Hironaka

Lenore by Hironaka

 

Chimama by Hironaka

Chimama by Hironaka

 

Manos by Hironaka

Manos by Hironaka

 

Fetish by Hironaka

Fetish by Hironaka

 

Little Things That Fall by Hironaka

Little Things That Fall by Hironaka

 

That Other Universe by Hironaka

That Other Universe by Hironaka

 

Sullen by Hironaka

Sullen by Hironaka

 

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Harumi HironakaHarumi Hironaka is a Japanese/Peruvian self-taught painter and illustrator, living in São Paulo, Brasil.

artemanifiesto.com

 

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The Art of Giada Cattaneo

 

Giada art

 

Giada Cattaneo

 

Giada Cattaneo

 

Giada art

 

Giada art

 

Giada art

 

Giada art

 

Giada art

 

 

ABOUT THE ARTIST:

Giada Cattaneo is an Italian Illustrator with a strong Italian accent. She’s based in Miami Beach, Florida. She studied Art History at the University of Bologna, Italy, and received her Bachelor of Arts degree in 2014, with a thesis on Florida-based sculptor, Duane Hanson.  She recently showcased her watercolor paintings at Jude Papaloko’s “Jakmel Gallery” at Wynwood Art District in Miami.  She’s also collaborated with Italian Editors and Artists Associations: Enrico Folci Editore (Roma), SensoInverso Edizioni (RAvenna), UAO Edizioni (l’Aquila), Eventualmente Edizioni (Palermo), Freaks Edizioni (Faenza), Cacofonico Editore (Faenza), Fermenti Editrice (Roma), Progetto Flaneri Edizioni (Roma), Zacem Cultural Association (Savona), L’URLO Magazine (Ancona), il Cacofonico Magazine (Faenza).

Her paintings have been shown at Jakmel Art Gallery, Wynwood Art District, Miami. Her illustrations have been published in Fourteen Hills Magazine, Black Scat Review, Puerto Del Sol, and Meat for Tea Magazine.

Giada’s Website: www.honeyjade.com

 

 

 

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The Illustrative Art of Alina Zamanova

 

sibling

 

 

alina zamanova

 

 

gareth

 

chantelle

 

Cristopher Kane

 

commedesgarcons

 

admiration

 

cover shock

 

Photo110

 

Alina

 

 

 

BIO

Alina ZamanovaAlina Zamanova is a fashion illustrator and print/textile designer. She studied at University of the Arts London. Currently looking for permanent print design roles. Require sponsorship for working. Originally from Ukraine. She is also available for freelance opportunities both as a fashion illustrator and print designer.

 

To view more art by Alina:

http://alinazamanova.com/

https://www.instagram.com/alina_zamanova/

https://www.facebook.com/zamanova

 

Experience:

– Print Design for YANA CHERVINSKA SS16 collection; Art direction (make up, hair) for the show during Ukrainian Fashion Week (10.2015)
– Fashion Illustrations for SHOWstudio covering SS16 LFW collections. (09.2015)
– Fashion Illustrations Couture AW15 collections for HUNGER magazine. (07.2015)
– Fashion Illustrations for LITKOVSKAYA fashion brand; sketches for Vogue Italy Talents application (05.2015)
– Fashion Illustration job for VERA MEAT , NYC (06.2015)
– Print Design for ILLUSTRATED PEOPLE AW15 + SS16 + AW16
– Print Design for ELENA REVA AW15/16
– Studio intern at Jean Pierre Braganza (09. 2014)
– Print Textile Intern at ALEXANDER MCQUEEN (10.2013- 06.2014)
– Print Design for VALERY KOVALSKA SS14

Published:

– Sky Ferreira. Instagram (online)
– Marie Claire. Hungary (online)
– Hunger Magazine. Interview in Issue 8.
– Pigeons & Peacocks. Interview online
– Idol magazine (online)
– Vogue Italy, V Talents (online)
– ArtefactLifestyle magazine (online)
– Twenty6 magazine (online)
– DASH magazine (printed issue+Illustrator of the Week online)
– Showstudio blog (online)
– SpookMagazine (online)

Exhibitions:
2015 – External show at London college of Fashion, Shoreditch, London, UK
2014 – Art/Georgia/Paris
2013 – Illustrating Dreams, Fashionstyleology , Dash Magazine partners, at Gallery Different, Central London, UK
2013 – Exhibition at CAFE1001 Brick Lane, LovArts, Chaos Control, London, UK
2012 – Brick Lane Gallery, Art in Mind, London, UK

 

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The Art of Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

Claudia Pomowski

 

 

BIO

Claudia Pomowski evokes visions of surreal landscapes and whimsical characters, often connected to German Romanticism. She creates poetic moments in her line drawings, graphics, collages and handmade art books. The freelance graphic artist and lecturer of book design lives in Germany near Trier.

 

See more of Claudia’s work:

www.c-pom.de

https://instagram.com/c.pom/

https://www.flickr.com/photos/75678715@N03/albums

https://www.facebook.com/CPOM-328767923908045/

https://de.pinterest.com/claudiapomowski/

http://www.poste-aerienne.com/Schlaft-Weiter-Mir-Ist-s-Egal

 

 

 

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