Maya Bloch

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Wednesday 9 February 2011

Maya Bloch’s richly textured and moody paintings really mesmerize me. It’s amazing to see those eyes glaring at you from the blobs of swirled color.

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Patrick Hruby

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By Jonathan Terhaar in New Art on Monday 10 January 2011

Modern art meets otherworldly feel when Patrick Hruby lays down his imaginative silk screens. Glorious color penetrates with graphical precision and a slight trance-warmth sensation as pieces take on a personality and seem to stare right through.

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Sarah Applebaum

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 8 February 2010

Sarah Appleboum makes a neon felt and yarn explosion in your face and everywhere, the epicenter of which is in San Francisco. While you’re unconscious from the impact, you will dream of rainbow yetis, shamans, and soft revolvers.

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Takayuki Shimada

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By Zolton in New Art on Tuesday 2 February 2010

The vibrant, colourful artwork of Takayuki Shimada is inspired by both Japanese and American pop culture.

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Budi Satria Kwan

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By Kate Barnett in New Design on Wednesday 25 June 2008

Having just spent a week turning my blonde hair green in the chlorine of the pools of Singapore, I was happy to discover some new local design to take my mind off such a disaster.

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Nick Deakin

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By Kate Barnett in New Illustration on Tuesday 18 March 2008

The artwork of UK-based Nick Deakin is always bold and colourful. He uses characters and type to adorn worn surfaces for clients including Fused magazine, for whom he did a commissioned illustration of the “so-hot-right-now” band the Ting Tings.

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