Hans-Peter Feldmann is a German-based artist with an eccentric twist on fine art. Fun fact: in 1980 he destroyed most of his work and went into an early retirement, only to pick up where he left off 10 years later.
American painter Stuart Davis is an artistic mix of modernism, cubism, and a dash of pop. And he felt a responsibility to convey political and consumer culture, so made a point to never go too abstract.
We thought you should see more from her; so, we're posting featuring her on our blog! Inès Longevial is a French painter based in Paris. Her paintings play with muted colors, silhouettes and contours.
Holly Silius is a multidisciplinary artist focusing on hair and special effects makeup. Based out of London, England, she works on creating fun and original looks for campaigns, personal and editorial projects.
Kristen Liu-Wong is an illustrator and painter based in Los Angeles. Kristen's work is emotional, and erotic, yet you can't seem to look away. Her paintings are a beautiful mix of explicit and grotesque subjects with soft undertones and color palates.
Daniel Gordon is a photographer, painter, and collage artist living and working in New York. With photography being the main focus in his practice, there are equal parts sculpture and collage in each meticulous piece. Gordon's work incorporates hundreds of internet print outs layered with magazine and newspaper cut outs, which are pieced together in a three dimensional fashion and then photographed to create an ecstatic yet visually peaceful scene.
Ashkahn is an illustrator, designer, and stationary wizard living in Silverlake. In his downtown LA studio, magic is made daily. Ashkahn has a playful and eccentric style to say the least. With a bit of humor, a subtle sexiness, and bold colors, we are able to look into the dreamy world of his imagination.
Mike Farrell is a lettering artist & sign painter from Detroit, currently living and working in Los Angeles. Farrell experiments with layering, wordplay & bright colors. He studied sign painting under Doc Guthrie.
Kate Pugsley is an painter, illustrator, and surface designer who lives in Chicago. Her work contains simple illustrations with mostly muted colors. The minimalistic qualities of the paintings and illustrations create a sense of tranquility in the viewer.
Wayne White is an American artist, art director, painter, illustrator and puppeteer born and raised in Chattanooga. His paintings consist of generally oversized, three-dimensional text that floats on an abstract landscape or another illustration. Wayne is currently living and working in Los Angeles. He has made art for many television shows, but is most commonly known for his designs on "Pee-Wee's Playhouse."
Clare Rosean is an artist based in Chicago. Her illustrations are dreamlike and surreal, giving the viewer an overlap between fiction and reality. Rosean pulls inspiration from Chinese landscape paintings and children's book illustrations.
Stacey Rozich is an illustrator and painter who creates folkloric narratives that draws inspiration from various cultural references. Her intricate pieces come to life with watercolor and gouache. Stacey currently lives and works in Seattle, WA, but is constantly traveling to influence her artwork.