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Visual Arts

Wednesday, December 17th 2014
by Daniel Haim

Hal Lasko, better known as Grandpa, worked as a graphic artist back when everything was done by hand. His family introduced him to the computer and Microsoft Paint long after he retired.

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Paris based fashion illustrator Caroline Andrieu publishes a new series entitled ‘Spring 2013 Couture’ illustrating the familiar faces off the Spring 2013 Couture runway shows including Lindsey Wixson, Ruby Jean Wilson and Roberta Narciso for Prada as well as many others.

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David A. Smith recently produced a wonderful turn-of-the-century, trade-card styled album cover for popular American singer/songwriter John Mayer.

by Daniel Haim

A closer look at Jens Ullrich, a Berlin-based artist, best recognized for his gatherings of old newspaper that turn into abstract compositions.

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Mocci’s work spans from illustration to graphic design. Her work is influenced by minimalism of black and white as well as the “chaotic beauty and mystery of the universe.”

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Don Oehl developed his illustrations through fashion, movement, shapes, and color—all with a wink.

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With an introduction by Kenneth E. Silver, this limited-edition volume features a curated selection of Fernand Léger’s extraordinary works.

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In 1996 Visionaire published its ‘Fashion Special’, and it sold out within weeks.

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This awesome illustrated and pretty educational activity book follows Gramps and Kiddo on an amazing journey through the history of graphic design.

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SFMoMA’s art auction to feature work by Jasper Johns, Gerhard Ritcher, Cindy Sherman, Andy Warhol, and other major artists.

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In this weeks artist spotlight we focus on Canadian graphic designer & illustrator Amanda Mocci.

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Acquisition Enables Millions of Creative Cloud and Behance Members to Create, Share, Showcase and Publish Their Work

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A series of mixed illustration by Daryl Feril of some of the worlds most famous designer brands done with graphite and watercolor and some digital work. “The design aim to illustrate and create a very feminine mood yet still converse the sophistication and identity of each brand” says Daryl.

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Regen Projects is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of new works by Elizabeth Peyton. For her sixth show with the gallery, Peyton will show paintings, works on paper, and prints (etching and monotypes).

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Audemars Piguet, will introduced his own space Lounge AP in the next edition of ARCO, the International Fair of Contemporary Art in Madrid.

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El Grand Chamaco creates a series of illustrations done on an iPhone by the tip of his finger.

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A collection of drawings from Violeta Hernández’s sketch book.

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Yan Nascimbene was raised in France and Italy. After working as a photographer in a Paris fashion studio, he studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York and at the University of California at Davis.

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Inspired by the vibrant colors that brighten up everyday life.

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Artist showcase: Robert Proch – painter, muralist, animator from Poland

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Lou Ros be exhibiting at Tache Gallery in Chelsea, New York from March 24th through April 23rd 2011 two series of his paintings, ‘Faces’ and ‘Paper Faces’, this is two series of portraits about Lou’s entourage he made in 2010/2011.

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A showcase of Simon Birch’s most recent work

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Graphic designer Genis Carreras explains philosophy through basic shapes.

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It is difficult for a graffiti writer to explain what he feels about it. Benoit Ollive explains “I have been asked by a book publisher to write few pages to explain to teenagers how to practice graffiti.”

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The Browsing Copy project focuses on unloved books, those that remained on the selves unsold. These books are collected from bookstores and designers are invited to use them as canvases to express their creativity.