Jaffee's name and style has been synonymous with MAD Magazine, the long-running satirical publication which taught generations of skeptical teens to question false idols, push back at deceptive adver
Martin Molin, founder of the Swedish band Wintergaten, spent 14 months building a programmable marble machine that would play a song.
Manila is known to most for the poverty, corruption and violence that emanates throughout the capitol city. For Utah and Ether however, it is known for only one thing; the metro system.
I received an email from a man claiming to be the subject of the original photo months later, after the wall had been published in a magazine.
In essence 2,3 is a massive pop-up book, but taken to a whole new level, the pages of each book are incredible geometric sculptures.
Bright contrasting patterns characterize Naomi Okubo’s paintings.
Over the course of the last years, Belgian artist Rinus Van de Velde has developed a practice that principally results in monumental, narrative charcoal drawings, but behind which lies a much broader
Hawai’ian-born Alison Moritsugu meticulously paints landscapes on furniture and logs.
Men with guns approach Pan and horned deities in Adam Miller’s paintings.
Trusting your gut is easier said than done, but James Marshall has learned to have faith in his own instincts, constantly exploring new territory.
"Looking at the new paintings of Brian Calvin feels both strange and familiar at the same time..."
Lina Viktor's imagery features women, gold, and bold patterns.
Julia Faber’s hyperrealistic paintings use the absurd to straddle the contemporary and the mythological.
Theriomorphism III, one of the openings we attended, features new work and a very special collaborative work by Okuda, Saner, Franco Fasoli, and Sixe!
Emerging with the New York City graffiti and street art movement of the 1980s, Kenny Scharf is known for his vibrantly colorful large-scale paintings and exuberantly playful installations.
Deftly mixing pop culture and political satire, former Juxtapoz cover artist Eric Yahnker serves as a virtual seismometer of the current cultural zeitgeist.
The feelings of fear and impotence provoked by a brutal political and social system are humorously evoked in Castillo's new series.