Marianna Ignataki

Marianna Ignataki’s watercolor practice enables her to enter a vague, subliminal world, filled with images of her own mythology. Her work ranges from minimalistic scenes and portraits to exaggerated, kitsch, Rococo inspired compositions.

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Seungyea Park

Seungyea Park aka Spunky Zoe is an artist based out of Seoul, South Korea who creates large scaled drawings with ballpoint pens. Her self-portraits are representations of her inner and outer demons. Park was originally featured on Empty Kingdom back in October 2011.

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Agnes Toth

“Dichotomy is the main feature of my practice; my work is equally precise and detailed, but also fractured, unfinished and deconstructed. A type of manipulation, where the painting is abstract and realistic at the same time.” -Agnes Toth

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Lukasz Wierzbowski

Believe it or not there are photographers who still shoot with film. Polish photographer Lukasz Wierzbowski is one them and really knows how to pull the trigger as well. Lukasz is no stranger to Empty Kingdom. The artist’s been featured on this website numerous times now and it was about time we give the interwebs…

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Mayuko Fujino

Mayuko Fujino is a self-taught papercut artist from Tokyo currently based in New York City. Inspired by Japanese traditional stencil textile designs, she has been practicing her art since 1999 and takes a new approach to paper cutout technique by combining it with used magazine collage and other used/found materials.

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Adam Martinakis Update

Adam Martinakis is a digital artist based out of Athens, Greece who primarily works in 3D. He creates humanoids & environments in a surreal, hyper-realistic, and abstract conditions. Check out our exclusive interview with Martinakis back in August 2012.

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Zemer Peled

Zemer Peled’s work examines the beauty and brutality of the natural world. Her sculptural language is formed by her surrounding landscapes and nature, engaging with themes of nature and memories, identity and place. Her works are formed of thousand of ceramic shards constructed into large-scale/small-scale sculptures and installations.

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Emi Adachi

Emi Adachi‘s work of art gives off something rather refreshing when it comes to using an “old-fashioned” Japanese color palette. Her paintings of children and cats who coexist so naturally reminds me of my (I’m Korean) childhood nursery books but with an aura that’s a bit more odd and unusual. Be sure to check out…

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Lauren Gallaspy

“The fundamental contradictions of the ceramic vessel and the human body are the same: they are objects of both strength and fragility, though, in the end, the ceramic object will always outlive us. This urgent attempt at immortality remains an essential appeal of ceramics to me. Why do I make what I make? I wish…

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