Matt Leines "Hyperbolic" @ Beginnings, Brooklyn

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Via our friends at Juxtapoz Latin America, Brooklyn based Matt Leines recently opened a solo exhibition, Hyperbolic, at Beginnings in Brooklyn. After living in Philadelphia for a few years, the artist moved to New York and settled into a rhythm that was both fresh and cheerful, or as the gallery notes: "Those who follow (Leines') work may have noticed a shift in the last few years, somebody flipped a switch in the artist’s brain–or maybe spun a dial–and all sorts of things began to happen: visible spectrum increasing, palette spinning out, subjects becoming more universal and less referential.

Eika's Organic Illustrations

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
Eibatove Karina is an incredibly talented illustrator who goes by "Eika." An illustrator and fine-artist born in Leningrad, Russia, Eika is specialized in a wide range of mediums, but these drawings and illustrations have captured our eyes with particular fascination. Intricate, finely-wrought renderings of organic forms, Eika's illustrations are strange and lovely, bringing the natural into an entirely unique realm of representation. Eika is inspired by the scientific and the surreal, combining the two in an artisan's rendition of psychedelic subjects.   

Daydreaming by Marina Muun

Illustration // Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Bulgaria born illustrator Marina Muun enjoys painting soft, friendly monsters with warm smiles embracing their surroundings. Mostly painting in acrylics, Munn gets inspiration from natural, unnatural and supernatural subjects. Creating a deliberate naive feel throughout her paintings... 

Dreamlike Drawings by Nick Sheehy

Illustration // Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Australian illustrator Nick Sheehy is based in South-East England painting whimsical animal-like creatures that echo his childhood imagination. After studying bronze sculpture in Tasmania, Sheehy discovered street art and graffiti while visiting London which sparked a love for drawing...   

The Nasa Project:"Stange Enough" animated by Stephan Doitschinoff

Illustration // Tuesday, April 23, 2013
The NASA Project: "Strange Enough," features Karen O of the band the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Fatlip of The Pharycyde and the last recorded lyrics of Ol Dirty Bastard who was the late member of the legendary hip-hop group, Wu Tang. With an infectious song and playful animation to go along with it...

The Kama Sutra Project by Malika Favre

Erotica // Monday, April 22, 2013
The Kama Sutra Alphabet is a personal project from French-born and London-based illustrator Malika Favre. After being commissioned by Penguin Books US to illustrate the new Deluxe Classic Cover of the Kama Sutra, Favre used the set of 7 letters she created for the cover as a starting point for developing a full set of 26 letters for exhibition. The Kama Sutra prints are currently on display at Pick Me Up, a graphic arts festival, from April 18th - 28th at Somerset House in London.  

Comic Art Deco by Stefan Glerum

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
Born in 1983 in Amsterdam, Stefan Glerum spends most of his time illustrating 'odd-ball' characters. Inspired by European, 20th century movements such as Art Deco, Bauhaus, Italian Futurism and Russian Constructivism, Glerum studied the Academy St...

Elias Kofouros @ AlphaΔelta Gallery, Athens

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 22, 2013
Greek artist Elias Kafouros is opening a solo show entitled A Thesis on the Shelf at Alpha Δelta Gallery in Athens Greece on April 25th. A tangle of seemingly different stories unravel in his brilliant drawings. Each of the stories 'are being enveloped along intertwined paths' and 'despite the fact that the final image is articulated by classical forms, it acquires an intense psychedelic character.'

beams of color by Feral Child

Illustration // Monday, April 22, 2013
Feral Child is an Oakland based artist who's work has been popping up around the streets for the past five years. Influenced by folk art, activism, geometry and nature, Feral Child's work represents a beautiful side of humanity. Unconsciously adding futurism and a sense of 1950's graphic design...

Origamis by Studio L'Etiquette

Erotica // Monday, April 22, 2013
Origami meets erotica in this gorgeous art series, where bodies fold and furrow in crisp, paper-like waves, revealing only hints of limbs and skin. The series was created by Studio L'Etiquette, a multi-disciplinary studio based out of Paris that specializes in photography, visual artworks, video production, and printmaking.

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