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London Based Artist, Hormazd Narielwalla, Makes 2D and 3D Collages Out of No longer Needed Tailoring Patterns

Creative and super neat! The first word that comes to my mind when I look at these images of Hormazd Narielwalla‘s collages is ‘delicate.’ Hormazd Narielwalla will be resident artist at Margaret Street Gallery. During his residency he will make a body of work, which will first be presented at Collect, following a solo show in […]

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Studio Visit with San Francisco Artist Russell Pachman: Video

Getting to know San Francisco artist Russell Pachman up-close and personal, I got some one on one studio time with him and invaded  his studio space here in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill District. I was pleased to hear the passion and intensity that goes into Russell’s art and his extensive art history. After breaking some ice […]

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New Music: Meet NYC’s Electronic/Alt-Pop Musician KOORTWAH “Candy in the Sun” (Video)

  Meet KOORTWAH! We are excited to be interviewing him soon , but now feast on his new music video below for his song Candy in the Sun: Jake was born somewhere far to the North, under the soft guidance of Aurora Borealis, and swiftly blanketed in snow. Many moons later, after a daring escape from […]

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Can You Find Jean Paul Gaultier in Chinese Artist Liu Bolin’s Whimsical Portraits

  Chinese artist Liu Bolin fuses his designer subjects with their workspaces for these whimsical portraits. Harper’s Bazaar commissioned the Chinese artist Liu Bolin to create portraits of some of fashion’s most influential designers. Alber Elbaz, Jean Paul Gaultier (above), Angela Missoni, and Valentino’s Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli all sat for Bolin, but the contemporary image-maker didn’t want […]

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Renowned Swiss Artist Olaf Breuning Artistically Disturbing Eroticism and Humor

  Swiss by birth, Breuning is a multidisciplinary artist most well known for his work in photography. His images are insightful and full of many symbols, however, they are all expressed so simply and with such everyday items that seem more like a cakewalk. Eroticism and humor typical of that part of Europe are always present in […]

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Checking In with Extraordinary NYC Artist Scooter LaForge and a Friendly Game of Mad Lib

As an attempt to keep up with some of our favorite stars, we have decided to do quick check-ups and entice them to play with us by using good old fashioned Mad Libs. Multimedia artist Scooter LaForge, who we always have one eye on, is our first victim. I asked Scooter to give me : 6 […]

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Gay Indian Artist, Attacked During Exhibition Of Erotic Works (VIDEO)

Despite the viscous attack on artist Balbir Krishan, the show still remains up. Krishan also claims that he had been receiving threatening phone calls prior to the attack. “I have not portrayed homosexuality before, but I have painted male figures,” he told Indian Express. “Since I support homosexuality, this work was personal for me. However, I never expected such a reaction.” […]

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Why Everyone Wants Benjamin Dukhan: VMagazine Spain Interview

In this interview by VMagazine Spain, they ask, Why does everyone want Dukhan? I can give you a 100 reasons off the tip of my tongue: beard, intrigue, originality, sex appeal, charm etc. I personally don’t like having to share Benjamin with the rest of the world! VMagazine finds out in this interview that Benjamin does […]

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Advocate’s Artist Spotlight: Steve MacIsaac’s Subtle Exploration of Masculinity

Advocate magazine spotlights artist Steve MacIsaac this week and does a wonderful job going into interview with a sharp angle. Well done men. ______________________________ Artist Spotlight: Steve MacIsaac By Advocate.com Editors Bears? Yes, of course. But look closer and you will see a subtle exploration of masculinity and its meanings to gay men in MacIsaac’s […]

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“Chris Dorosz Pushes Paint in Unexpected Directions”

*Contributed by Monkeypuzzle Talented Hunk Alert! “Chris Dorosz pushes paint in unexpected directions with remarkable results. He has a few distinct techniques, including filling canvases with grids of industrial staples that hold pools of color, and dripping globs of paint onto clear rods or monofilament strands to create fragmented, 3-D objects and figures. His process […]