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Nick Caro

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By Ed Tucker in New Photography on Thursday 29 December 2011

My good friend Nick Caro’s been steadily building up a wondrous portfolio of some of the finest photography you could hope to see at the moment. And has been really flexing his muscles lately. Whether it’s fashion, still life or deep, deep reportage, he brings a rich and sensuous slant to everything he points his […]

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Alessandro Gottardo

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By Ed Tucker in New Art on Wednesday 28 December 2011

Shout (Alessandro Gottardo) is one clever dude. A seemingly inexhaustible stream of inventive, crafty, witty ideas, yet executed with glorious restraint and wonderfully self-assured delicacy (his name is somewhat of a misnomer). Despite his minimalism, muted colours and careful but rough lines, his style is distinctive and playful.

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New illustration work from Ed Tucker

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By Ed Tucker in New Illustration on Thursday 10 November 2011

It’s contrasts that make life interesting. So in my illustration work, I like to combine the rough and loose with the tight and refined, the playful with the serious, and always try to maintain a strong handmade aesthetic, with plenty of drawn and painted elements throughout.

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Beautiful artwork from Mumbai’s Mahesh Baliga

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By Ed Tucker in New Art on Wednesday 9 November 2011

There is not much that excites me in the world of painting these days, but Mahesh Baliga is different. I came across this guy’s work while on a tour of Mumbai’s excellent art galleries last year. It brought to mind Peter Doig, Graham Dean and the late, great Reggie Pedro. Relaxed and colourful, and at times somewhat hallucinatory, these paintings are a breath of fresh air.

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Awesome Tapes From Africa

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By Ed Tucker in Cool Websites on Tuesday 8 November 2011

I love African music, and, as you’d expect, there’s an awful lot that goes totally unheard if you live somewhere like England. The Awesome Tapes From Africa website helps to redress the balance. There’s heaps of music streamed and downloadable.

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Andy Potts

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By Ed Tucker in New Illustration on Tuesday 8 November 2011

It’s always a joy to see Andy Pott’s work in my feedreader, and it’s always there! He is one of the hardest working illustrators around, and it shows. There’s so much to see in every beautifully-constructed image, not least the colour. I just find his art stunning.

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