The musical world is ever changing, new genres are created constantly and artists too can modify and evolve just as frequently. This is what attracts hordes of music lovers to now veteran indies, Cold War Kids.
At any given moment, on any given day, you can find illustrator Bill Rebholz huddled over his desk, sketching long-legged gentlemen gripping their oblong belongings. He draws simplicities sans simplicity, exaggerating all interactions, aspects and ratios to parade the detailed oddities of life.
Jacky Sheridan’s work always begins in black, hand-drawn ink—a hardened practicality most artists can’t shake. In observant detail the Irish illustrator conveys complexity in simple outlines and colors, giving way to to life's details without hindering its absurdity.
It’s not only the level of detail in Andrew Khosravani’s drawings that is seemingly inherent to his style; it's the underlying symbolic nature too. With black and colored pencils he creates dynamic worlds in lovely spectrums of color that evoke a range of historical art forms.
The confined chaos within Carter Quick's images and short videos hits you instantly, as though the vibrant disorder within each shot is actively trying to push its way through the edges of the photograph.
A life too serious becomes ripped of its meaning, dried out and hung up, not even suitable for show. Without room for human error (read “a humane touch”), life is not our own—a sad reality for those steadfast realists.