Kaitlin Becket’s style is unlike anything I have seen in a long time. Her characters and creatures are truly unique. Incorporating elements of steampunk and oriental folklore, this quirky mix melds together with a stunning effect. Beckett’s creative palette is growing in richness as she continues to bend new mediums to her will.
Eleven has only been on the fine art scene for a couple of years, but he is already making an impact with his zany characters and his winning personality. Did I just mention he has personality? His work is simply bursting with it; it’s playful and innocent, but not without its dark undertones. You can’t […]
With everything moving forward so fast technology-wise, it’s a wonder that people still do anything by hand. Fortunately for us, when the plotter came into use on an industrial scale, the art of hand-painted signage didn’t die out completely. There were those few who were too stubborn (or too pure, one could say) to go […]
Girl and Chocolate skateboards put together what is now one of my favourite pieces of film. It’s called Pretty Sweet and it’s made so well that it will make even the most uncoordinated and lazy person want to pick up a board and start shredding. The way that it’s cut, the effects, the soundtrack, the […]
City and Colour are one of those side projects that should be treated as a separate entity to the original band. Their second album is not far from release and, listening to the dribs and drabs that are floating about on the radio and online, Dallas Green has impressed me again with his unyielding and infallible vocal work.
Daniel Clowes is a comic book artist with a great eye for detail and a fantastic storyteller. There are very few artists out there whose work can be as faithful to the human condition as Clowes’ is. A great measure of raw emotion can be found in a single colour screen print made by this classy gent, which is something you can’t find often these days.
So call me juvenile, but I still enjoy watching cartoons. Adventure Time is, to be honest, the Adventure Time. The characters are insane and the story makes absolutely no sense a lot of the time, but that’s what makes it so DAMN good.
Since the prolific Blu and his extraordinary animation projects started appearing on the Internet, slews of people worldwide have been trying their hand at stop-motion animation. This being the case, one may find it difficult to unearth something truly original.
Greg “Craola” Simkins is hands-down one of my favourite artists. His work has been an inspiration from the very beginning. Incorporating a delicate blend of the surreal, graffiti stylings and more recently, classical art, the fluid movement of his compositions and the beautiful use of light and colour have had me entranced for years now.