Haniedan, aka Hanneke Treffers, hails from Amsterdam and specialises in collage art. Her amazing cut up techniques blend pulp imagery from the 1950s with paint, typography and almost anything she can get her hands on. The work has a beautifully vintage finish and meshes meticulous detail with contemporary aesthetics.
If you’re a fan of semi-naked girls beating on zombies and giant robots (and let’s face it, who isn’t?) then the Australian illustrator/artist Ashley Wood may be just what your life is missing. Starting out in comics and quickly moving on to publishing his own sumptuous art books, prints and collectable toys, Wood now has a legion of adoring fans worldwide, eager to snap up anything coming out of his 3A/Bambaland studios. A new set of prints is said to be on offer. KILL!!
These Williamsburg-based indie noise monsters draw inspiration from the 1990s shoegaze era. Their sonic melodies are drenched in feedback and pounding drums and the now legendry live shows are not for the feint hearted.
Robotgeisha represents artwork from the past few years living in Brighton on the South coast of England. It focuses on three dimensional bronze and plastic work, along with some painting. More recently, the work has veered towards a kind of three dimensional collage, incorporating plastic toys and PVC figures.
Gorgeous three dimensional creature modelling from French art director and CG Designer Zamak. Biological robot design creations that seem to appeal directly to my ‘I want to take it home’ chip.
The coolest Steampunk comic book creation out there. From the talented arm of Joe Benitez, it’s packed with absolutely killer art and storylines that make you wish there was a movie to go drool over. Until there is, catch up on the last four issues, all with collectable alternate covers.