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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Lu Cong: Artist Update

Lu Cong is widely known for her beautiful oil portraiture series, especially on Empty Kingdom. We’ve featured Lu numerous times within the past few years. This time around, we’re pleased to share with you her watercolor series mixed with ink and graphite that’s printed on cotton rag paper. Visit her website to view and purchase…

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Martha Persson

“I approach different gestures and tactile and haptic games. Through a merging of the banal and the forbidden I open up ways to see new perspectives on the depicted act and what is inherent to it. Simultaneously, my paintings are also a way of depicting a multilayered curiosity regarding the body and the flesh. It…

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Anna Dart

Anna Dart is a painter and fashion illustrator currently based out of Barcelona, Spain. Dart’s work are in private collections throughout the world from France, Germany, Spain, Ukraine, Russia, and the USA.

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Keinyo White

“Being a black artist for me is a very, very isolated venture. Every artist has their own struggles to acquire what they deem as their own level of success, but I think the struggle is harder for black artists. You very rarely see work that deals with the same theme as your own. You rarely…

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Caitlin Hackett

There perhaps is no better way to start a Monday off than with a series of wicked illustrations from the likes of Caitlin Hackett. Hackett is currently based out of Brooklyn, New York where she produces awesome illustrations of twisted “pseudo-mythical, mutated, and anthropomorphic creatures”…pure dope, I say.

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Vincenzo Rizzo

Vincenzo Rizzo is an Italian artist based out of Cotrone that blends watercolors and mixed-media on dictionaries and magazines to form iconic models. He has hundreds of more paintings that can be viewed and purchased at his Etsy.

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Mu Pan | Out Of Control

As promised by Bunnyman in his first feature, here is a second look at Mu Pan. I honestly cannot remember the last time I was this visually engaged. My intrigue starts with his crazy delicious mixture of modern and historic and elevates to a mind numbing love of the composition and detail. Mu Pang pieces…

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Spencer Hickman aka DRAN!

Street artist and Illustrator DRAN aka Spencer Hickman uses his art to comment on issues of self expression and freedom in our society. He has been deemed the french Banksy for his dark sense of humor and sociopolitical commentary though his style reflects a very unique and much more illustration based delivery of his message.

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Rob Sato Returns!

It’s been a little while since we last saw the work of Rob Soto, his previous features were on August and November of 2010 and a revisit on 2011. It’s time we brought the most recent of his watercolor wonders along with a look at some of his crazy erratic sketch work.

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Agnes Cecile Revisit

To start the year off right, we bring Agnes Cecile back since her last feature back in June 2011. Cecile creates wonderful mixed media watercolor, ink, and acrylic pieces that initially caught our attention in 2011, and she has new work to present spanning all of 2012 to now.

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