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Organic Abstract No 1 and Others by Michael Herring

Organic Abstract No 1 by Michael Herring

Michael Herring is an artist both from Des Moines, Iowa, and Joliet, Illinois—home of the Blues Brothers if I’m not mistaken.  Looking through Mike’s work I had a hard time picking anything out, there are just so many good drawings.  Besides the fluid, organic abstractings…

February 1, 2009

"Most Wretched Mess" and Others by Skinner

Most Wretched Mess by Skinner

Most Wretched Mess by Skinner Skinner’s art is wonderfully trippy and dark, with a good dose of social critique.  Apparently viewing some of his color work through 3D glasses makes things actually look 3D!  Definitely check out more of his sick work at The Art…

January 29, 2009

“Brutality” and More by Jeremy Fish

“Brutality” by Jeremy Fish Known for his skulls and silly pink bunnies, Jeremy Fish is a skateboarder and enterprising illustrator living in San Francisco. His work is funny and odd: a surreal blend of tattoo and graffiti imagery.  Beside skateboards, t-shirts, hoodies, and ashtrays, Fish…

November 11, 2008

“Sphere with In-Stripe” by Randolphlee McIver

“Sphere with In-Stripe” by Randolphlee McIver

Self-proclaimed “Figurative Painter, Draughtsman, and Sculptor” Randolphlee McIver has some truly stunning and utterly unique drawings the likes of which I don’t come across often.  Above is just one example of a multitude of different styles; this one being what I see as 2-d figures…

March 3, 2008

“Force” by Justine Ashbee

"Force" by Justine Ashbee

Justine Ashbee creates these wonderfully organic, oversized drawings with Sharpie pens. As she puts it: Through this intuitive visual language, a negotiation of the visceral and everyday human experiences of beauty and pleasure, and feeling are given voice.

February 24, 2008

"10 to 2" by Denny Smith

"10 to 2" by Denny Smith

I love the energy and form of this drawing. By Denny Smith

February 16, 2008

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