A Canvas Is What You Make It: Tal Peleg on Her Fascinating Eye Art

A Canvas Is What You Make It: Tal Peleg on Her Fascinating Eye Art

Using the structure surrounding the eye as her canvas, Tal is able to create ethereal art that explores various quadrants of the color spectrum. By doing this, she can effectively convey a palpable sense of whimsy to the viewers.

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Attaboy: The Art of the Mushroom

Attaboy: The Art of the Mushroom

Daniel’s art has successfully transitioned into different mediums of entertainment (he spent years studying design and has collaborated with industry giants like Hasbro), ranging from toys to animation which speaks volumes about his artistic and business acumen. He has also become a published author producing lighthearted children's literature.

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You Can Almost Touch It: Kelvin Okafor on Art, Emotion, and Photo-realism.

You Can Almost Touch It: Kelvin Okafor on Art, Emotion, and Photo-realism.

The level of detail that is present in Kelvin's work is enrapturing to say the least, but the psuedo-photographic nature of his imagery is the byproduct of his love for the human spirit.

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The Interplay: Michael Divine on Art, Nature, and Metamorphosis.

The Interplay: Michael Divine on Art, Nature, and Metamorphosis.

Michael's mission as a visionary artist is to imbue the world with more beauty and transmute his adoration of life into fantastical paintings that explore the numinous and ineffable.

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Real Hallucinations: George Redhawk on Metamorphic Art, Metaphysics, and Impact.

Real Hallucinations: George Redhawk on Metamorphic Art, Metaphysics, and Impact.

George’s work attempts to recreate the vivid hallucinations that he experiences as a result of Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS), a disease that is common amongst patients with partial or severe blindness.

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Inspiration Is a Gift from the Universe: Fin DAC on Street Art and Powerful Women.

Inspiration Is a Gift from the Universe: Fin DAC on Street Art and Powerful Women.

Despite beginning his artistic career a bit later than most, artist Fin DAC has blossomed into a highly skilled craftsman that has consistently turned heads in the urban art scene. 

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Preservation: Simon Norfolk, Culture, War, and Photography.

Preservation: Simon Norfolk, Culture, War, and Photography.

His work typically explores and illuminates the architecture, archaeology, and landscapes associated with or impacted by the culture, industry, and ideologies influenced by conflicts old and new.

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Cultural Mechanisms: Elian Chali Talks Cultural Relevancy, Murals, and Connectivity.

Cultural Mechanisms: Elian Chali Talks Cultural Relevancy, Murals, and Connectivity.

Elian himself embraces and explores the intersections present in Latino culture in order to bombastically depict his interpretation of the inherent synergy he sees in all things.

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The End is the Beginning: Brooke Shaden on Death, Inspiration, and Photography

The End is the Beginning: Brooke Shaden on Death, Inspiration, and Photography

The shots themselves often look as if they've been extracted from a gothic fairy tale and this, in a way, illuminates Brooke's fascination with the afterlife and it's mystical significance.

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Lionel Smit: Emotion, Humanity, and the Painter That Brings Them Together.

Lionel Smit: Emotion, Humanity, and the Painter That Brings Them Together.

In many of Lionel's pieces, there is a strong emphasis on how emotion and physiognomy can depict the complex range of internal dialogues and dispositions that we engage in and cycle through during our lifetimes.

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Artificially Organic: Al Margen Talks Art, Society, and Technology.

Artificially Organic: Al Margen Talks Art, Society, and Technology.

There is something deeply agonizing about artist Al Margen's pieces. They perfectly encapsulate the litany of existential maladies that we have come to endure and embody in the so-called Age of Connectivity so well, that each viewing can cause a guttural reaction. 

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