Adaptations

Josie Morway’s hyper-realistic flora and fauna explode from the canvas in these paintings infused with geometric linework, thoughtful paint drips, and enigmatic Latin text. More

The Hand in the Ocean

A transcendent video session featuring the Detroit-based post-folk trio “The Hand in the Ocean”, shot on location in Northern Michigan’s Les Cheneaux Islands. More

Pen Drawings on Vintage Documents

These elaborate and elegant drawings–which appear on vintage envelopes, maps and newspapers dating as far back as 1753–were all rendered with a common Bic biro ballpoint pen. More

New Work from Dave Kinsey

Kinsey’s work captures the universal essence of the human condition mainly through an energetic portrayal of urban figures. Working spontaneously, and utilizing a range of mediums, he constructs multi-layered, textured environments easily likened to the complexities of contemporary life… More

The Art of Making, Alma Flamenca

“Pieces of wood, love, knowledge and 299 hours of work, condensed in a 3 minute film.” Director & VFX – Spiros Rasidakis, Dimitris Ladopoulos Director of photography – Nikos Mexis Editing – Yiannis Kostavaras Sound Design – Nikos Tsines Guitarist & Composer – Edsart Udo De Haes Guitar Maker – Vassilis Lazarides lazarides.com via Deep… More

Tatiana Plakhova

Biosphere View more of Tatiana’ work here. Tatiana Plakhova is an art director, graphic designer and illustrator. She graduated from Moscow State University with a Masters in Social Psychology, and later studied at The Higher Academic School of Graphic Design. Her clientele includes Playboy, Wired Magazine and 33 Across, among others. Her work has been… More

Andrew Holmquist

We love large sweeping brush strokes. The paintings of Andrew Holmquist remind us why. More

CJ Pyle

Thick coils, or as Mr. Pyle likes to call it: ‘The Weave’ mingle(s) to form abstract faces in this creative series. We find it refreshing to see an artist with a rock solid style that permeates every piece of his work. More

Justin Mezzell

A graphical narrative into fiction and the created worlds left vacant by the conclusion of the story. As the characters continue to live on in our memories, their bodies remain in a sort of stasis while the world begins to be reclaimed by the earth and ultimately into the void – forgotten. More

Erik Otto

Dynamic and arresting, Erik Otto’s work bares the mark of great vision. More

Chris Friel

Chris Friel’s photographs are a study of the desolate and beautiful. More

Nick Gentry

Old media becomes new art in Gentry’s paintings. Most of them painted on arrays of used floppy disks from a bygone era, the work is at once striking, relevant and environmentally conscious. More

Tanya Johnston

Combining photos with illustrated imagery and obviously well thought out and often existential ideas, Johnston’s work bridges gaps between art, design, science and energy. More

Eric White

The startling, dynamic vision of Brooklyn artist Eric White. More

Andre Kohn

Painter Andre Kohn demonstrates his skill and acute eye for detail in this imaginative, poignant gallery. More