New Illustrations by Brooklyn’s Jonathan Zajdman

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By Reese Vaccarezza in New Illustration on Thursday 14 March 2013

Jonathan Zajdman is an illustrator based in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. He’s worked for a handful of ad agencies and small publishers, but it’s his portraits and story book-styled illustrations that are really worth checking out.

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Tall Paintings: a painting in progress with time lapse photography

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By FISHES in Video on Wednesday 13 March 2013

Sometimes you may think that art serves humans. However, the opposite thing happens pretty rarely. Here is proof, when painting is expressed by itself with the unique help of gravity.

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Funky skull and animal sculptures by Julien Marinetti

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Friday 22 February 2013

What happens when a talented oil painter re-discovers his love of sculpture? Well, in the case of Julien Marinetti, these bizarrely creative animal sculptures are born. Each one looks like it escaped its cage and rolled in puddles of paint, becoming a kind of 3D canvas. Each little creature embodies a statement about society within […]

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Surrealist paintings by Brooklyn artist Robert Lucy

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By Sarth in New Art on Friday 15 February 2013

There’s just not enough surrealism in the world, which makes Robert Lucy’s paintings extra important to me. I believe he refers to them as ‘figurative’, but I’ve never seen dolls like these before. Maybe they are magical realism. I first got turned on to his work at an open house in Bushwick, Since then, he’s […]

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Welcome to the Journal: a new art series by Brad Lamers

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By Brad Lamers in New Art on Wednesday 13 February 2013

Ever wanted to be in someone else’s brain? My new series, Welcome to the Journal is a trip inside my head and what I think about via a journal I kept a few years ago. Visually, I combined the look of a classic greeting card with a bit of Deep Thoughts, made famous by American […]

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Step into these paintings by Anna Kristensen, literally

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By Deanne Cheuk in New Art on Friday 8 February 2013

Anna Kristensen’s photo-realistic panoramic oil painting installation, Indian Chamber, is a purpose built structure which brings the viewer into the painting for a fully immersive experience. Kristensen’s painting of the Jenolan Caves (an open cave system near Sydney) is a highly detailed 360 degree view with no beginning or end.

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New paintings from Australian artist Zoe Sernack

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By Zoe Sernack in New Art on Monday 21 January 2013

Australian artist Zoe Sernack channels the beauty of natural forms in her recent botanical paintings which display a beautifully orchestrated balance between vibrant summer colours, composition and form.

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Artist Sam Holt’s pop-up show in Sydney tonight

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By This Island Life in New Events on Wednesday 16 January 2013

Up and coming Sydney-based artist Sam Holt is having an exclusive one night only pop-up show and you’re invited. Using a palette reflective to his environment, Holt captures mood and feeling in one seriously solid collection of abstract paintings.

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Google Street View paintings

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Tuesday 15 January 2013

There’s Google Street View. And then there’s Google Street View paintings. Through the use of the Google API, Raul Moyado Sandoval expands the limits of traditional painting to create paintings that can be expanded in all directions. Geek art, we call that.

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Beautiful paintings of birds by Adam Doyle

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By The Flying Dutchman in New Art on Thursday 13 December 2012

Artist Adam S Doyle creates beautifully graphic images imbued with simple, rich texture, showing a kind of restraint that many illustrators can learn from. Being neither simplistic nor flashy, his bird paintings are a prime example of less being more, provided you know what you’re doing.

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Natalie Frank: paintings that fall outside the comfort zone

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By Wyatt Mills in New Art on Tuesday 4 December 2012

Finding an artist who works outside of their comfort zone is rare. Natalie Frank is one of today’s pioneers who throws herself off the edge she dangles from. It took seconds for me to realize she was approaching next level work when I first saw her paintings at the Armory in New York. Her recent show at Frederick & Freiser Gallery exemplified how her style has evolved even further since regaining the use of her left eye, curing her dimensional blindness.

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New art by Vivian Shih

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By Vivian Shih in New Art on Thursday 8 November 2012

I am an illustrator, artist, and designer in my last year at the Art Center College of Design. I love producing editorial work and portraiture paintings, but I make sure not to limit myself, as I had recently illustrated and wrote a children’s book to make guns unappealing to kids.

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Hyper-pointillism: artwork made using toothpicks by JoKa

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By Lin Shi in New Art on Saturday 13 October 2012

Using homely toothpicks as his sole form of paint application, JoKa’s laborious process of ‘hyper-pointillism’ results in work that is delicate and complex. Known for bright and vivid pieces with skewed imagery and sense of humor, JoKa takes a slightly darker turn for upcoming exhibit, The Noise in the Basement. Taking cues from the show’s title, his new body of work is a collection of the things hidden and buried. JoKa distorts familiar images into the surreal to create work that is ethereal and hauntingly beautiful. The Noise in the Basement opened on October 6 at WWA Gallery and will be on view through November 3.

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NYC art show by Chris Georgalas and Peter J. Ketchum

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By TNC Gallery in New Events on Wednesday 10 October 2012

APP ART is a quirky exhibit of new works by Chris Georgalas and Peter J. Ketchum at the scruffy TNC Gallery on 1st Ave, New York. With warped sensibilities Ketchum investigates the past refelected in vintage printed matter: ads, card games, matchbooks and black and white photos from the 1860s to the 1960s. In repurposing these words and images, the new work becomes uniquely his own. Actually, who else would claim them? Georgalas combines images with found objects – a full BED! – to make funny, melancholy, challenging pictures. He’s been called the new Duchamp. Yikes! The exhibition runs until October 26.

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New fashion illustrations by Enzo Pérès-Labourdette

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By Emma Johnson in New Illustration on Tuesday 9 October 2012

What girl doesn’t dream about owning the new IT bag? Illustrator Enzo Pérès-Labourdette showcases beautiful bags in a lush, dark, forest decor. I wish I could have all of them in my wardrobe, but right now, I’m just as content looking at these beautiful illustrations.

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