There’s something almost comforting in the surreal art of Alex Andreyev, as if some of the normalcy of life today would be sustained in his imagined future worlds. (Above: Late, Below: Crossing) I like the contrasts in Andreyev’s extensive fantasy portfolio, such as the near utopia called Trailing […]
Italian illustrator and graphic designer Marco Marilungo has a true eye for this satirical set of images on the history of art. I’d love to know why he picked a fly. (Click on image & then click again for a larger view.)
W. Stephen Cooper’s photography is focused on the subtle play of light moving across the wilderness, showcasing the architecture of the land. Passage to Great Hall (above) is from a series on Hidden Passages, from the slot canyons of Arizona, captured in traditional fine-grain black and white. Saguaro […]
Bev Hogue’s Blue Women paintings have been a hit for a decade now, expanding over time into clothing, shoes, accessories and skins for cellphones and laptops.
Jenny Okun’s stunning photo art is on exhibit at Craig Krull Gallery in Santa Monica, California, a display of her exquisite digitally manipulated multiple exposures. Okun’s extensive travels provide continuing inspiration for her work. English garden mazes become even more twisted into strange Alice in Wonderland curiosities – […]
Moscow-based Alexey Luka began as a graffiti writer 10 years ago, and today has emerged as a stylish abstract and mixed-media artist who still uses walls, but relies more on found wood panels and canvas. Luka is an illustrator and graphic designer, with shows such as Faces & […]