The 3rd Annual Supersonic Electronic Invitational @ Spoke Art, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 08, 2014
Spoke Art is pleased to present the Third Annual Supersonic Invitational, a group show dedicated to highlighting emerging as well as established artists in the New Contemporary art movement. Zach Tutor, curator of Supersonic Electronic, has invited 41 artists, including Juxtapoz favorites Brett Amory, Alex Pardee, Jen Mann, Aaron Nagel, Conrad Roset, and more. 

Supersonic Electronic Invitational: An interview with Zach Tutor

Illustration // Thursday, January 02, 2014
I recently sat down with Zach Tutor, the ambition and talent behind the highly successful online art source - Supersonic Electronic. Zach founded and has been maintaining the art blog for the past 3 years, and iIt has generated such a positive response that it has developed into an invitational exhibition. Come January 9th, Zach will also be putting on his 3rd annual show in San Francisco.

Supersonic Selects: Sachin Teng

Illustration // Sunday, September 01, 2013
Thoughts spoken outwardly and those ingested internally often share a distinctly opposite language and placed beside one another can often seem like some complex code waiting to be broken.  Thankfully Sachin Teng has a knack for solving these riddles, combining the two - one over the other - to reveal the beauty that awaits. Zach Tutor (Supersonic Electronic) asked the New York City illustrator 10 questions about various topics recently:  

Yana Moskaluk's Artwork is Beautiful to Die For

Illustration // Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Discovering Yana Moskaluk’s work was like being lost in some dark cavern, wandering for days on end, completely lost.  Suddenly, there in the darkness there is a light and it’s Yana’s art.  And suddenly you’re no longer afraid of the dark or being lost forever or dieing alone because now you have the beauty of her work there with you.  And you accept your fate.

Veronique Meignaud's Otherworldly Life Forms

Illustration // Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Veronique Meignaud has taken her training in art school, working for video game designers and in the fashion world and put it all into her art.  And with astounding use of color.  The sense of Sci-Fi technology affecting the (also Sci-Fi) subjects in her pieces is one of my favorite characteristics as it seems so 21st century to me.  And I love artists who are trying to build upon the histories that lay behind them.

Alexander and the Art of Alienation

Illustration // Tuesday, April 02, 2013
Alexander Tinei’s paintings are related to his youth growing up in Eastern Europe (he was born in 1967) where his subjects are marked with haunting blue tattoos.  These blue tattoos are, as Tinei says, marks of alienation.  Whether they’re imagined by their subjects or truly existing on the skin is up to the viewer.

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