"Feral Creatures" @ Modern Eden Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 23, 2014
A nice show that just opened in San Francisco... Modern Eden Gallery is pleased to announce Feral Creatures, a group show curated by Stephanie Chefas. A celebratory mix of the real and fantastic, “Feral Creatures” explores connections between the human spirit and the animal kingdom.

Best of 2013: Caitlin Hackett, March 2013

Vault // Thursday, December 19, 2013
For the next few weeks, we will be publishing some of our favorite features from the print edition that appeared throughout 2013. Today, we look at the March 2013 feature with California fine artist Caitlin Hackett, whose work depicts a thick north coast foliage, mysteriously surreal animals, and mythical connection between people and nature. 

Issue Preview: March 2013 w/ Mike Shine, Curtis Kulig, Victor Castillo, and Pat Perry

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 12, 2013
As the March 2013 issue hits newsstands this week, we are very pleased to give you an inside look at the features and content in the magazine this month. Not only do we get brought into the riddle-filled world of Mike Shine and his new Flotsam's Harvest exhibition opening in SF this March, we catch up with Curtis Kulig, Pat Perry, Peter Sutherland, Victor Castillo, Caitlin Hackett, Mary Iverson, Hamburger Eyes, Jean-Pierre Roy, and Daehyun Kim.

In Illustration: Artist Sixers with Caitlin Hackett

Illustration // Thursday, September 29, 2011
In this week's Artist Sixers, we interview the incredibly talented Caitlin Hackett, a Brooklyn-based artist and illustrator whose beautifully grotesque and finely detailed work explores the often destructive relationships between humans and animals.

The Contemporary Mythology of Caitlin Hackett

Illustration // Friday, May 06, 2011
Caitlin Hackett’s work is an intoxicating combination of beautiful, grotesque, and morbidly romantic imagery, similar to a Dark Crystal dreams and Victorian nightmares; she creates work pulling from a wide spectrum of myths, fairy tales and natural fantasy. Mostly rendered with ballpoint pens and watercolors, it exhibits a level of detail, skill and patience that is difficult to surpass.


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