New prints by Aeron Alfrey

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Thursday 15 December 2011

One of my favorite image bloggers, Aeron Alfrey, whose Monster Brains blog I stare at every day, also does some ridiculously awesome digital monster art that we’ve posted about before. He has a new set of prints available now ahead of the holidays, so take note friends and family!

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Scott Move

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 6 July 2011

Tattoo art, tarot cards, art deco, and religious iconography all influence illustrator Scott Move’s metal-flavored artwork.

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Haunted Mirrors by Allison Diaz

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By Nini Baseema in New Art on Monday 6 December 2010

There is art that makes me get all reminiscent, like the kind that Allison Diaz from Sacramento does. When I look at her photo collage series Haunted Mirrors, it feels like I’ve just entered a time machine back to the sixties. Needless to say, it’s a very good feeling.

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Angeline Rivas’s ballpoint pen art

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By Gerry Mak in New Illustration on Monday 22 November 2010

It’s kind of hard not to use hyperbole when talking about Angeline Rivas’ ballpoint pen art. This is life-changing stuff.

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Sarcoptiform

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By Gerry Mak in New Design on Monday 13 September 2010

He came to us in a dream. A doctor. He had a machine much like what you call in this plane an ‘x-ray,’ and he used it on us. He found something. Benign or malignant or maybe both, we couldn’t say. He gave us a card, on it scrawled tangled and throbbing shapes. They were letters, we knew this instantly as it was our dream. They spelled out the name Sarcoptiform.

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Marco Zamora

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 31 March 2010

The sheer overload of materials, junk, and architectural features of an urban environment seem to weigh down the figures in Marco Zamora’s images, his dull palette seeming to suggest the inability for our burned out retinas to perceive more than a narrow range of pastels.

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