Grzegorz Domaradzki

With an incredible flare for design and fantastic skills with graphite, this illustrator/graphic designer/video game enthusiast mixes traditional and modern techniques and creates an infusion of sick chromaticity; I present to you Mr. Grzegorz Domaradzki, but you can call him GABZ.

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Jeff Soto Part Two… with a Vengeance!

Street artist/painter/digital artist extraordinaire Jeff Soto, was featured on EK back in 2010. He’s been working on some sick art for some of my favorite bands along with some splendidly complex personal pieces. His work covers a range of styles and media that somehow stay signature and never fall short of creative brilliance.

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Something Savage

The culmination of stunning work from Brooklyn-based studio Something Savage comes from the imaginative mind of self-taught designer / animator Daniel Savage. Savage works within both architectural and digital spaces, his projects spanning from personal nostalgia all the way to high-end commercial productions.

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Andres Guzman Part Deux!

Andres Guzman is an illustrator once featured by our lovely Konahrtist back in 2010. Aside from developing his own collage like style pieces,  he’s been up to all sorts of shenanigans with the likes of  Front Magazine and amazeballs people like I Self Devine, Grieves and Rhymesayers Ent.

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Jung Von Matt: Lego

Jung Von Matt’s German agency recently released a minimalistic ad campaign for LEGO. The series features a lot of our favorite iconic cartoon characters from South Park (which is currently the main image) to The Simpsons. You can probably identify all of them before reading the captions below.

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Mr. Ian Wright

Mr. Ian Wright creates pixel-based artwork using all kinds of different materials. Ian is motivated by trying to push his work somewhere new. He prefers to let the materials used to influence the outcome of his artwork. I believe he is from the UK. But what do I know, I’m not a journalist, and I’m just…

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Kacie Mills

A student from MICA in Baltimore Maryland, Kacie Mills shares the EK aspiration of using art to change the world. It may not fix things directly, but Mills is doing her part to entice awareness and inspire activism. At times eclectic, her work combines the retro with the contemporary a juxtaposition that creates visual tension…

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Anthony Neil Dart

Anthony Neil Dart is a graphic designer, motion designer, photographer, and director all in one…kind of like a Swiss Army Knife, only that he’s not Swedish nor is he a knife. I’m thinking more of a human multi-art tool of sorts. Apologies if the page takes a little slower to load than the others…it’s because…

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The 2011 Top 100 are coming!!!

(photo credit: Marc West) Hello beautiful people! Last year our impromptu Top 100 mega-post spread like wildfire on the internet, causing both acclamation and controversy (although none of the artists we selected seemed to argue with us)  …so you better believe we’re gearing up for another mega-post featuring our top one hundred favorite artists shared…

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THE GRUNGE AGE

Flavorwire has a post on ten cool posters from the Grunge era.  I’m digging them, it’s nice to see their lo-fi approach still looks cool.  Except for the Lollapalooza poster, which I’m not including below.  I miss my Nirvana shirt.

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OH YEAH OH YEAH (part 2)

Previously featured by Konahrtist, Oh Yeah studios got the right ideas going.   They also have a nice selection of prints available. What I like about their work is that it always works for their client while retaining their distinct sense of style.

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