Alex contributed two illustrations to our recently released tenth printed issue and took a moment to tell us a little more about his life in Portland, why he continues to make art, and what music he currently has on heavy rotation.
Gruesome yet seductive women permeate Los Angeles-based artist Kristen Liu-Wong's fluoro-colored paintings and illustrations. We spend some time in the studio with Kristen, where she shows us some of her favorite pieces and fills us in on the allure of making lewd yet lustful images.
Keith Maclelland’s work has always been largely steeped in exploring the imagined notions behind the singing cowboys of the 1950’s – the Gene Autry and John Wayne types – who, with their fancily embroidered collard-shirts and leather chaps, could seemingly solve small-town problems from behind their wailing guitars.
Llew Mejia is an artist, illustrator, and maker. If you don’t recognize him by name, you might by his perfectly quirky and folklorish illustrations that we can't get enough of, or by his meticulously intricate designs that decorate the pairs of swim trunks for sale at your local Target store.