Gurus, Animated Parody Done Right.

Gurus, Animated Parody Done Right.

Marc likes to say that much of his work is about nothing, however, it is here that the series manages to extract it’s own meaning. By being about nothing, it is about everything. It methodically riffs on the nature of reality, who can reach enlightenment (and how they can or should go about doing it), the ridiculousness of our current society, and the trippy uneasiness that accompanies participating in quotidian reality. By stepping back and refusing to take itself too seriously, it becomes a top notch parody and underrated gem.

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Interview With Digital Artist, Brian Pollett (Pt.II)

Interview With Digital Artist, Brian Pollett (Pt.II)

I have spoken with artist Brian Pollett before and i am still fascinated by the concept of his Binge series. Over a set course of days, Brian consumes various drugs and creates pieces that attempt to represent elements of each particular substance. It's a very underrated concept in my opinion and manages to showcase both Brian's virtuoso talent, as well as his incredible ability to translate these spaces into reality for us to admire without being pretentious.

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Interview With Digital Artist, Justin Totemical

Interview With Digital Artist, Justin Totemical

With his futuristic take on natural landscapes and architectural structures, Justin has seamlessly incorporated elements of Science Fiction and Transhumanism into his works. Subtle cubist influences are woven into his pieces giving them an interesting verve and very post-modern warmth. His knack for this type of "cyber-punk" has set done much to set him apart from many of his contemporaries in the ever expanding digital art movement.

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Interview With the Artist Couple, Nabiha & Thom.

Interview With the Artist Couple, Nabiha & Thom.

The "UNITY" series documents the couples evolution (beginning in 1997, up until now) in a selfie format (which was fairly uncommon in the 90s). This set acts a wonderful opportunity to view the growth the two have had together in an honest, and natural context. There is something peaceful (and assuring) about seeing romantic longevity being depicted in such a way. It's comforting to see that two people can still learn, grow, and achieve a kind of spiritual unity.

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Interview With Visual Artist, Cameron Gray.

Interview With Visual Artist, Cameron Gray.

Visual artist Cameron Gray (operating out of Melbourne, Australia) is using his skills in several different mediums to create spiritually tinged, hyper-realistic canvases that showcase the divinity of the highly coveted psychotropic landscape. Although careful not to proselytize, his work does a masterful job of telling stories of ascension and oneness, while giving the experiencer the space to project his or her own meaning onto his works.

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Interview With Visual Artist, Brian Pollett.

Interview With Visual Artist, Brian Pollett.

Brian Pollett is a visual artist that is blending the powerful magic of narcotic substances with the digital wizardry made possible by computer software. With an affinity for these tools (most notably Methoxethamine), Brian has incorporated them into his artistic schema to create the Binge series. 

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Interview With Digital Artist, Android Jones.

Interview With Digital Artist, Android Jones.

Andrew “Android” Jones is an extremely skilled digital painter that continues to blur the line between abstract psychedelia and computer generated realism. During college, he interned at Industrial Light & Magic (ILM), one of cinema’s most prestigious special effects institutions. He then went on to work at Nintendo as a character concept artist which aided in the creation of his own company, Massive Black, and helped to round out his vision as an artist.

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