Tom Christophersen is a Sydney-based actor, portraiture artist and general arts atrocity. Christophersen makes art which deals with the underbelly of popular culture. Jewels that kill, expired models with habits, and the hideously beautiful all form part of Christophersen’s work, which creates a mythos around the nature of beauty, death and glamour.
Love Kills Demons is 12 short films by New York-based film-maker, Jim Helton. Over the course of a year, Helton documented New York artist Chris Rubino while he searched for a new direction in his work. In the process we see screen-printing, drawing, painting, wandering, as well as a peak inside the workings of a […]
On their recent sabbatical to america, the guys at itdrewitself visited with artist Eric Yahnker to shoot a series of photos documenting his L.A. studio. A former animator for South Park, Yahnker now busies himself producing hyper detailed drawings and humorous sculptures.
Ann Marshall creates her captivating portraits using a unique blend of traditional techniques and paper collage. She is currently exhibiting at the New Masters show at Subliminal Projects in Los Angeles, CA.
David Istvan employs animation, painting, illustration and graphic design to speak about the serious issues of today’s, and yesterday’s, society. The cynically brutal humor he uses in his art and title wordplays serves as a glimpse of the potential horror of tomorrow.
53 Square Meters is a blog where Amaya Uscola is uploading her drawings with comments about all the funny and ordinary things her boyfriend keeps at this little loft she moved into with him.