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Joel Cooper

Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern

Joel Cooper is from Lawrence, KS and makes breathtaking origami sculpture. You can purchase original scruptures at his etsy store and view more of his work on his flickr account.

According to his store, Joel’s pieces are “made from single pieces of paper, without cuts or glue, shaped by folding alone in the origami tradition. Many are hand-painted, dyed, or stained before and after folding and all are treated with polyurethane, acrylic or shellac to make them durable and ready for display.”

Joel also keeps a blog where he updates about not only his new art but other origami artists and origami news.

Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern
Joel Cooper Origami - FlightPattern


Category: Origami, Spotlight No Comments »
Camille Rose Garcia

Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern

Camille Rose Garcia‘s work is quite fascinating. It is reminiscent of Gary Baseman and Travis Lampe, but with more energetic use of color and texture. Garcia has a webstore with a few giclee prints available for purchase, and many more items aparently ‘coming soon’. Keep an eye out.


Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern
Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern
Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern
Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern
Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern
Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern
Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern
Camille Rose Garcia - FlightPattern


Category: Illustration, Painting, Spotlight No Comments »
Matthew Lyons

Matthew Lyons

Apologies for the recent absence. I had to take some personal time to welcome my first born into the world. While I was busy getting work caught up, I stumbled upon this great illustrator, Matthew Lyons. Check out his work below and at his website! Fantastic use of color and geometric shapes. (more…)


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Joshua Allen Harris

Joshua Allen Harris

Joshua Allen Harris creates inflatable street sculptures made of trash bags that are attached to grates over subway lines. The sculptures fill with air as the trains move under and deflate as they pass. Check out the videos of the creations below. Unfortunately I cannot find any recent works by the artist. It appears that he had a spurt of work around 2008 and hasn’t kept a website for showcasing his new creations. More below. (more…)


Category: Sculpture, Spotlight, Street Art No Comments »
Lucy and Bart

Lucy and Bart

Lucy McRae and Bart Hess are LucyandBart, a team of artists who explore material, texture, and the enhancement of the human form through photographic portraits. View a gallery of their work below. (more…)


Category: Photography, Sculpture, Spotlight No Comments »
Ann Marshall

Ann Marshall

Ann Marshall has a beautifully soft painting style. More examples of her work are below. Check Ann Marshall’s portfolio out for yourself at her website. (more…)


Category: Painting, Spotlight No Comments »
Justin Mortimer

Justin Mortimer

Justin Mortimer has a grim, interesting painting technique. His collage-influenced combination of fleshy limbs and geometric angles create quite an eerie tone. You can view more recent work below and Justin’s website offers a larger scope of work. (more…)


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Gehard Demetz

Gehard Demetz

Gehard Demetz is an Italian sculptor working in wood, with a style similar to the previously spotlighted Willy Verginer (also from Italy) but with a much more smooth, silky and refined finish to his work.

Demetz carves his works out of blocks of wood built from smaller pieces. These smaller pieces are glued together leaving rectangular gaps between random pieces, which, after the sculpture is cut from the block, makes them to appear almost as if they have digital artifacts distorting their appearance. A closeup of this block is included below for a better illustration of this technique.

More photos below and a great portfolio of work at the artist’s website. (more…)


Category: Sculpture, Spotlight 1 Comment »
Kent Williams

Kent Williams

Kent Williams is a figurative painter with a visceral style and a masterful use of color. A great deal of his portfolio is probably not safe for work, but do yourself a favor and check out his website and blog to see someĀ  fantastic paintings. Williams currently has a show up at Evoke Contemporary in SantaFe, New Mexico through September 30th. Much more below. (more…)


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Massimo Vignelli

Massimo Vignelli

In the video below, Massimo Vignelli drops valuable knowledge on good design. After watching, make sure to read through his Vignelli Codex for some old school design principles and rules. (more…)


Category: Design, Film, Spotlight No Comments »
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