Using a strikingly simple color palette and pairing the inclusive black and white with vital colorful details, Rachel Levit plays with faces and emotions often coupling unmoved faces with telling props—a realm of personal understanding built on great awareness and skill.
We first met Roz and the Rice Cakes back in early April at this totally awesome, scuzzy loft show in Boston where the Providence-based three piece laid down an electric set of mesmerizing and uncategorizable compositions, and instantly made us faun over their energetic new album, Need to Feed.
Thick hints of a deep history and the development of personal identity repeat in lively, almost celebratory, colors and patterns; they desensitize the eyes and the topic making light of life in turquoise and reds like sand.
Style is one of those things that can be dangerous; It can go in and out of fashion or date quickly. What's most important is creating imagery that has quirk over and above aesthetic. Tim Lahan's images have exactly that.
Denton Watts is a freelance illustrator and printmaker based in Austin, Texas. He carves lino block prints from his illustrations that are usually a culmination of the most recent outpourings from his eclectic psyche, often translating his experiences and ideas he conjures up while living his daily life, into simple but bold images.
It’s been said that in slumber our brains solve the puzzles that plague our waking lives. For artist Tatiana Velázquez - or TeeVee Art, as she commonly creates by - that breadth of perplexity is immense.
Harley Jones is an illustrator and street artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Part of the original wave of graffiti in his hometown of Dunedin, New Zealand, some nine or ten years ago, Jones translates his bold, vibrant style between wall and print, pumping fresh illustrations into the world through all available channels.