Los Angeles artist Anthony Ausgang has long brought both humor, wit, and vibrancy to Lowbrow, moving between a fine art practice and commercial work. In a new interview with Hi-Fructose Magazine, he discusses his path, process, and the broader trends of the art world.
I’ve said before that Drew Friedman is the greatest living portrait artist, and his new book, Drew Friedman’s Chosen People, offers proof of my claim. It’s available for pre-order now.
Andrew Hem for The 6th Annual Supersonic Invitational Group Exhibition. Astonishing new painting by Andrew Hem for The 6th Annual Supersonic Invitational group exhibition which opens on Saturday, January 7th, 2017 at Spoke Art Gallery in New York City, New York (Google Maps).
The scenes in Mernet Larsen’s paintings appear familiar, at times even mundane: doing yard work; sitting in a staff meeting; waiting on a subway platform.
Zachary Mendoza, Paintings.
I’m loving these fantastic paintings by artist Zachary Mendoza.
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Working with thick brushes and palette knives, artist Scott Naismith carefully reveals the interplay of light and clouds over his native Scotland. The Glasgow-based painter travels the country extensively, drawing inspiration from the glens, lochs, and islands of the West coast in particular.
Dulk is a hungry and insatiable all terrain illustrator. Urban art, illustration and graphic design are his fields, his twisted imagination does the rest. He has shown his work in England, Germany, Holland, France, Italy and Belgium, where he has recently won a major international award.
Bill Watterson, the man behind the classic “Calvin And Hobbes,” made a surprising return to the comics section this week.
What would you think of someone who said, “I would like to have a cat provided it barked”? The common desire to achieve or create great things provided it’s something that can be easily willed or wished is precisely equivalent.