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Jeffrey Burdian

The great thing about knowing an artist for a long time is experiencing their development and progression. New York-based Jeffrey Burdian has really developed a strong and refined voice since … Read more

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John Kleckner

Using the intricate and impossibly thin lines of a Micron pen along with sweeping watercolor washes, New York-based artist John Kleckner creates gorgeous pieces inspired by archival prints as well … Read more

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KAWS creme de corps

Random collaborations always come as a pleasant surprise. This time New York-based graffiti artist KAWS (aka Brian Donnelly) has joined forces with lavish beauty product manufacturer, Kiehl’s, in a bid … Read more

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Bonnie Durham’s long necked artwork

I’m loving New York painter Bonnie Durham’s new work. Evoking the long-necked beauties of Mannerists and the highly stylized work of the Surrealists, Durham seems also to have tapped into … Read more

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M11X’s vinyl stereo chairs

These stylish works by New York-based artist, M11X — aka Mikal Hameed — blend his musical history with his creative nature as he ‘calls on us to forget our indivualized … Read more

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John Hodany

As I sit here trying to figure out what exactly to make of the work from New York City-based artist John Hodany, I come across many elements which I’m sure … Read more

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Leanne Shapton

New York artist Leanne Shapton runs J&L Books with photographer Jason Fulford and is the author of the quirky illustration-based book, Was She Pretty?, which was published in 2006.

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Yuko Shimizu’s PS96 Bronx mural

As part of the Robin Hood Foundation, a charity organization whose mission it is to fight poverty in New York City, Lost At E Minor contributor and in-demand illustrator in … Read more

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Fawad Khan

Though his colourful murals, installations, and drawings look playful and whimsical, at the heart of Fawad Khan’s work is a dark and complex political struggle with violence and identity that … Read more

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