Quiet Mystery by Paul Roberts

Erotica // Monday, September 30, 2013
Paul Roberts was born in 1948 and brought up by artist parents in Wales. He studied at Newport, Cardiff, and Goldsmiths Colleges of Art and gained early recognition for his work before he was forced to put his painting career on hold due to the worldwide success of his band Sniff'n'The Tears in 1978. His commitments to his music meant that until 2000 he wasn't able to fully develop his career as a painter. In 1988 he moved with his family to Somerset, where he has continued to paint and make music. 

Alicia Martin Lopez's Oddities

Illustration // Monday, September 30, 2013
Alicia Martin Lopez is a visual artist from Spain currently living in NYC. She obtained her BA in Advertising in 2007 and worked as a web designer for 4 years in Madrid. She combined this activity with illustration and traditional drawing until 2011, when she received a Fulbright Scholarship to study a master's degree at the School of Visual Arts in New York, completing her MFA in Computer Art in 2013 with a concentration in digital and traditional painting. She is now dedicated to this field, working as an illustrator and concept artist while developing personal projects in both digital and traditional media.

Electro Animals by Yo Az

Illustration // Monday, September 30, 2013
Based in Paris, France, Yo Az is an illustrator and graphic designer with a penchant for intricate designs that incorporate a multitude of symbols and shapes to create a larger picture. In his series Electro Animals, he employs this style in the creation of stunning animal portraits that fuse technological forms with geometrical shapes, representing the increasing encroachment of of human society into nature's domain, to the extent that these creatures are forced to assimilate into the electronic age.

Matthias Seifarth's Linework

Illustration // Sunday, September 29, 2013
Capturing the lonliness of his protagonists, often captured in mystic, autarkic, and empty spaces, German born Matthias Seifarth irritates our everyday view on things. Matthias is a freelance illustrator living in Hamburg, Germany drawing inspiration from the oddities of everyday life, strange characters he sees on the street with unusual, macabre undertones.

Martine Frossard Illustration

Illustration // Saturday, September 28, 2013
Martine Frossard was born in Strasbourg, France. Since 2007, she has worked in arts and cultural communities, both as a Graphic Designer and as an Event Manager. As a multidisciplinary artist , Martine's work is based on illustration and participative / interactive installation. Her work focuses on the search for identity, addiction and the various, absurd and unpredictable ways we reach an understanding of ourselves. She is thematically inspired by architecture and geometry.    

Work from Loui Jover

Illustration // Friday, September 27, 2013
Loui Jover's work is a mix of different mediums and color palettes expressing everything from raw, rendered portraits of females to narrative scenes. His work is classified by edgy, dripping hues and loose contours. "Right now I like making ink drawings on adhered together sheets of vintage book paper, there is a fragility to these images that I find interesting..."

Hugh Langis Illustration

Illustration // Friday, September 27, 2013
Hugh Langisis an illustrator living in Toronto, Canada. He is also an Art Director & Partner at Half/Hunter. 'Sketching plays a big role in my art. It spurs me into a state of spontaneity while drawing. It’s the “anything goes” stage, where I write down as many bad ideas as possible, letting trial and error play out on the page...'    

Update: Pain, Sorrow and Lee Jin Ju

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 27, 2013
Born in Busan, Lee Jin Ju graduated from the Hongik University Department of Oriental Painting and completed a master’s course at its graduate school. Lee depicts dreamy psychological scenes triggered by emotion and memory of pain, sorrow, and negativity in highly complex painted and illustrated works.

The Work of Morgan Davidson

Illustration // Thursday, September 26, 2013
Insanley gorgeous, rendered realism in super-saturated hues from the talented hand of Morgan Davidson. Working primarily in colored pencil, the work of Davidson just blew us away.

Francesco Deiana at The Popular Workshop

Illustration // Thursday, September 26, 2013
The Popular Workshop is proud to present Free Fall, a solo exhibition by Francesco Igory Deiana. The exhibition will run from September 27th to October 31, 2013. An opening reception will take place Friday September 27, 6-10 pm. Francesco Igory Deiana was born in Milan, Italy and lives and works in San Francisco. Enabling a wide assortment of artistic mediums; ball point pen, spray paint, and photographic prints to name a few...

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