Shannon Finley is an artist base in Berlin. I’m loving the texture and shapes in his paintings.
Denise Nestor is an illustrator from Dublin, Ireland.
Loving the work of Ever, an artist from Buenos Aires.
A good friend of mine, Anya Brock, creates some beautiful paintings and now has prints available for purchase. Prints are limited editions of 100, signed and numbered. I recommend you get on for your wall!
Beautiful photos of Nepal and the Himalayans by Eric Valli.
Born in Madrid in 1977, David Agenjo is a self-taught artist, living and working in London.
Real-life versions of Banksy stencils by Nick Stern.
Randy Scott Slavin is an award-winning filmaker and surrealist photographer based in New York City.
Mat McHugh from the Beautiful Girls has put out a new album and he is giving it away for free. I’ve always loved Mat’s music and his attitude toward music. You can download Love Come Save Me here.
Go Don’t Stop is on the new album.
Born in 1981, Andy Quilty lives in Rockingham, Western Australia.
George Boorujy is an artist living in Brooklyn. His style and the detail in his work amazes me.
is an illustrator and artist currently working in Providence, Rhode Island.
Erica Simone’s “Nue York: Self-Portraits of a Bare Urban Citizen bloomed from an initial questioning about clothing and its importance in society today. Fashion and what we wear act as a language: they allow us to silently portray who we are or want to be, offering society an impression on us – whatever that may be. Fashion also tends to segregate and place us into various social categories as well as communicate a certain mood or particular feeling…”
Read more here.
“Natalia Fabia is of Polish descent and was raised in Southern California where she graduated from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena. Inspired by light, color, punk rock music, hot chicks and sparkles, Fabia is fascinated with “hookers”, which fuels her paintings of sultry women.”
Max Zorn makes artworks with only tape!
Tree, Line. By Zander Olsen
“This is an ongoing series of constructed photographs rooted in the forest. These works, carried out in Surrey, Hampshire and Wales,involve site specific interventions in the landscape, ‘wrapping’ trees with white material to construct a visual relationship between tree, not-tree and the line of horizon according to the camera’s viewpoint.”