Shawn Huckins Pt.2

In a world where the art of Linguistics is drastically taking a turn, Shawn Huckins merges our present day internet colloquialisms with classical portraits of the 19th and 18th century. His latest series titled “The American __tier” uses this blend of opposing timelines to comment on an era where America idealistically looked toward the future…

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Andrew Archer Revisit

The marvelous artist from New Zealand is back with his timeless style and chromatic brilliance. Illustrator and crayon enthusiast, Andrew Archer first appeared on EK on January 2010. The latest in his surrealistic repertoire explodes with aberrant wonder, inspired by cartoons and Edo period art among other mediums that portray sublime narratives.

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Alyssa Monks Part Trois!

Alyssa Monks’ ability to interpret impressive realism using minimum detail, makes her an exceptional artist. It’s no wonder she’s had two features on EK on March 2010 and May 2012 and an interview on June 2011. Not only that, she has been a part of our Empty Kingdom’s Top 100 lists of 2010 and 2012 respectively. Here is a…

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Casey Cripe

Art is a personal composition of the reality that surrounds us and artist/scientist Casey Cripe’s work takes that concept to a crazy intricate level. Each piece is a map of the exploration of life, self and the universe. His ability to capture the beauty of anatomical figures and scientific complexities result in an imaginative juxtaposition…

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Adam Tan

If somber and slightly morose illustrations ever give me a warm and fuzzy feeling, they are likely done by Adam Tan. He uses a spectrum of ambient colors and shades to give a stillness that either complements or offset his varied pieces. This fellow Adventure Time enthusiast and talented mixed media illustrator resides in Auckland,…

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N8 Van Dyke

N8 Van Dyke is a full time art making machine who manipulates any medium to his will, with sheer raw illustrative skill. He has provided his talents for the likes of Burton Snowboards, XBox, PlayStation, various rock bands etc. His work has also graced the covers of magazines all over the world including Taiwan, Australia and…

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Heidi Taillefer Returns

Heidi Taillefer’s work is a painstakingly detailed homage of how the human spirit predominates despite technological advances of our time, by blending mechanical and mythological elements in her paintings. We had a chance to interview this talented Canadian artist on January 2012 after having been featured twice before on EK, on February 2010 and on…

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Katerina Belkina Part III

We bring you the latest work by Russian artist Katerina Belkina. She was first featured on July 2011 and again on July 2013. Her digitally manipulated photography creates a minimalist atmosphere of clean surfaces and unblemished spaces; Reflecting the materialistic, almost artificial and isolated experience of living in today’s modernized society.

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Laurence Vallières

Laurence Vallières is a talented sculptor based in Montreal Canada. Inspired by the works of authors like Georges Orwell and Art Spiegelman, Vallières uses animal imagery to metaphorically comment on political issues and social behavior. The impressive craftsmanship and grandiose scale of her carboard work is nothing short of amazing. Her work will be shown…

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Markus Manowski

Markus Manowski is a multifaceted artist from Zabrze, Poland. His work is a somber juxtaposition of abstract shadows and colors with pictorial elements of found photographs and images from his own archive of pictures and drawings. This combination allows for a progression from one piece to the next, creating dialogue between the artist and his medium;…

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Scott Scheidly’s Pink!

Villains, politicians and pop culture icons of our every day lives have never looked so fabulous! We caught a small glimpse of this Pink framed series when we last saw Scott Scheidly on December of 2012. We bring back an extended look into this collection of surprisingly flamboyant characters. Plus, get a look at some…

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Brianna Angelakis at Modern Eden Gallery

Florida based painter Brianna Angelakis was first featured on July 6th, 2013 for her beautifully ethereal oil pieces. She returns to EK with her first solo show exhibiting her recent collection titled The Test of Time a collection of fairy tale inspired work.  The exhibition will be featured at the Modern Eden Gallery until June 7th.

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Mario Dilitz

Mario Dilitz is a talented Austrian sculptor currently residing in Axams. His work of the human form shows both a simplicity in technique and an incredible accuracy in the expression of each wooden figure. Combining hyper-realistic techniques with strategic abstract textures, Dilits illustrates a perfect example of vulnerability and realism to each piece.

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Joel Rea

The only thing I love more than hyperrealism is when the artist uses his superpower to make the impossible possible. Such is the case with Joel Rea‘s paintings. Dispite the menacing circumstances, I can’t help but wish I could live in Rea’s world where the rules of physics are set aside for the sake of beauty.

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Among The Missing

Joshua Hagler was previously featured on October 2010 and interviewed on July 2012. In line with our promise, we bring you the latest on this talented artist, this time alongside partner and collaborator Maja Ruznic, with their first two-person exhibition. The show entitled Among The Missing will be featured at the Jack Fischer Gallery from May 3rd through the 31st.…

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