English artist Trevor Brown, who works and resides in Japan, has planted his flag in the narrow hinterland between conventional pop surrealism and taboo paraphiliac erotica. paraphilia. [par″ah-fil´e-ah] a sexual disorder characterized by recurrent intense […]
Fantasy illustrator Hannah Christenson, known as Nafah, captures the epic whimsy of great sagas and fairy tales. Each of her single images seems to contain, like a hologram, the full story of the characters portrayed. […]
Since 2005, Bolivian architect Freddy Mamani Silvestre and his firm have completed sixty projects in El Alto, the world’s highest city, which sits at nearly fourteen thousand feet, on an austere plateau above La Paz. […]
The artist uses an inspired patchwork of bright and distinct colors to blend his frenetic, meandering lines into a seamless whole. The result, while resembling a kind of impossible stained glass window or deranged paint-by-number, […]
Utterly amazing work by Russian artist Exellero, whose majestic sorceresses seem able to conjure the night or its end. Pity the weary traveler who stumbles upon them.
Tom Lovell (1909-1997) was an American illustrator and painter best known for his pulp fiction magazine covers. “Painting for the pulps was great training,” he said. “You learned to tell a story in close compass. […]
Mike Mahle’s mixes classic art deco illustration with the solid colors of contemporary animation, often depicting, as he calls it, “sirens and superheroes,” but also quite a few classic book covers. Check it out.