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Skewville

Twin brothers, Ad Deville and DROO (aka Skewville), can’t seem to get a break. Working hard in a city where artists compete with finance gurus for space, the street artists … Read more

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Brooklyn’s Ad Hoc Art

The wonderful Chris Stain [above], Billy Mode, and The Poloroid Kid exhibit at Ad Hoc Art in Brooklyn has just drawn to a close.

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Joe Coleman

Joe Coleman’s paintings are a feverish cross between Ivan Albright-inspired grotesqueness and R. Crumb-like pop-social critique.

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Chichi

New York-based Japanese artist, Chichi creates elaborate illustrations that are both colourful and exotic.

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James Gustavson

New York-based James Gustavson’s illustrations have been featured in Elle, City Hall News, and The Rambler, amongst others.

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Ian Carpenter

I love the vibrancy and subtleness about the work of Brooklyn artist, Ian Carpenter, whose paintings were exhibited in a solo show in Chelsea, New York last year.

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Joshua Allen Harris

Joshua Allen Harris’ inflatable polar bear has been dropping jaws across the interweb recently.

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Bright, shiny things

There’s a radiance about the creative work emanating from Brooklyn, New York right now; a glistening, velvetine glow that seeps through the illustrations and art and tickles the melodies of … Read more

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Inka Essenhigh

Oh man, the work of New York based artist Inka Essenhigh is so good it makes my eyes water.

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