Frances Hogg’s Paintings
With a minimalist, child-like innocence UK-based artist Frances Hogg creates visually arresting collages, drawings, prints and abstract paintings. Her latest collages blur the boundaries between these various mediums.


Not Just Letters
Amy Woodside’s work says one should not take letters for granted.


Rob Sato’s Curses Exhibition
Curses collects Rob Sato‘s latest adventures on paper, including his massive project Five Movements For Little Guys, a series of ten foot high watercolors where he set out to paint every single person he can remember. The figures are painted in miniature, and they migrate through five fantastical landscapes in a


Anna Halldin Maule New Paintings
It is not the first time we wrote about Swedish painter Anna Halldin Maule, she since then introduced a few more of her (sexy)


Richard Swarbrick’s Amazing World Cup 2014 Animation
I Just stumbled on this AMAZING animated film by British artist Richard Swarbrick. The video below is showing Germany’s victory over Argentina in the World Cup Final and the magnificent ...


Turi Simeti’s Contoured Canvases
Italian painter Turi Simeti enthralls us with his mastery of color and silhouette. A maestro of the Zero art movement of the sixties, he renders repeating ovals that seem to dance across monochromatic, shaped canvases.


Julien Colombier’s Le Printemps
Parisian painter Julien Colombier is no stranger to skate parks and graffitied walls. But this time around, he “bombed” the La Printemps department store in bourgeois Haussmann.


Moki Mioke’s Mossy Universe
Immerse yourself in the lush landscape fantasies of Japanese painter Moki Mioke to satisfy your need for nature in this urban jungle. In the painters world nature overtakes humans, putting her own twist on reality.


Marie Hagerty’s Sensuous Shapes
In the mid-eighties, Sydney-reared Marie Hagerty moved to study at the Canberra Institute of the Arts. Since then, she has turned out prolific work, touching on the themes of the human form, femininity and eroticism.