EK Interview: Meredith Dittmar

Meredith Dittmar‘s 3D work is so intricate, colorful and diverse, it’s splendid.  But that’s no surprise because she’s a polymath, having studied computer science and knowing how to farm.  Check out her interview below!

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EK Interview: Joshua Hagler

Joshua Hagler, previously featured October 2010 is a really cool dude, a gentleman of the highest order, and he is really really really patient, because this interview was owed to him a long time ago, and he was really nice about it the whole time. I’m sorry Josh, but we do love your work and…

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EK Interview: Ptolemy Elrington

Ptolemy Elrington makes animals from discarded hubcaps.  Animals of all kinds.  Super cool animals.  He makes them with all kinds of different tools.  His words: “I come across many things which have been abandoned and find something more in them than their intrinsic worthlessness.”  I couldn’t have said it better.  Read more of his words:

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EK Interview: Ji Yong Ho

Ji Yong Ho (featured on EK in the past both here and here, and also on our Top 100 of 2011) is an amazing sculptor from Seoul, South Korea. Through a multitude of dirt, clay, and tire parts, Ji has amassed a collection of impressive and larger-than-life naturalistic beast-mutants. Why the mix of animals and rubber you…

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EK Interview: Brian Dettmer

Brian Dettmer is worried about the future of physical information. As we continue to trek toward an era solely dependent on digital content (if we already haven’t), we begin to lose sight of where its emotional / original source came from. Fortunately, Dettmer’s book-sculptures resonate as individual beacons to a past medium we should never…

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EK Interview: Robert Gligorov

Robert Gligorovis an artist previously featured by our beloved Konahrtist in 2011. He has also graced us with his presence in our Top 100 Artists of 2011. With his incredible knack for artistic shock value it was only natural that we’d want to take a peak into this man’s mind and see what makes him tick.

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EK Interview: Thom Puckey

Thom Puckey is a sculptor.  You might have seen his work.  Or you might have not been so lucky.  Which is incredibly unlucky.  If you are the latter I suggest you don’t go near any intersections today because you’re likely to get hit by a bus with the kind of luck you have.  But you…

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EK Interview: Bill Durgin

Bill Durgin (also featured June 2010)eats 24 eggs a day.  As a snack.  Before his breakfast.  When he flexes his biceps he creates sun flares.  His work is a testament to the fact that when models talk shit to him, he bites off their heads/limbs.  Literally.  Human jaws have muscles they can crush teeth, Bill…

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EK Interview: Ronit Baranga

Want to have the most awesome tea party in the history of like, ever? Call up Ronit Baranga and beg her to sell you some of her work. You can invite that creepy ass guy from Pan’s Labyrinth, one of Ridley Scott’s Xenomorphs and maybe the Sarlacc, because, you know, someone’s going to have to…

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