Scott Albrecht's work is a realized cooperation of his artistic trainings (formal and passed-down; digital and tangible) and his day-to-day motions. The clickable meets the material meets the unscripted, essentially, via woodworking, graphic design, collaging and the pairing of ink and paper.
Rachel Merrill works mostly the old-fashioned way, wrestling valiantly with watercolor and pencil. She works across illustration, comics and fashion and her signature style is heavy on effervescent tones and devoid of extraneous detail, making for works that straddle a magical line between rigorous and wistful.
Partially inspired by his gripping music obsession and entirely motivated by the incessant pains of gut-wrenching heartbreak, White’s most recent project “1976” has quickly mushroomed into a monumental project, chronicling, in retro-comic vivacity, all sorts of intriguing minutiae related to the intricate dimensions of love, music and understanding
David Dyte is a walking contradiction: an Australian-Brooklynite-mathematician-photographer. With a discerning eye and a knack for problem solving, he sees his adopted borough as it is–a medley of offsetting sights, sounds and people all reverberating off of one another.