Meet Luis Quiles, a Spanish artist who uses his work to examine sexuality and it’s relationship to status and sentimentality. While Luis himself doesn’t like to ascribe specific meanings to his pieces (he feels that is something that should be left up to the viewer) it is quite clear that he is looking to probe the overarching themes of capitalism, connection, and sensuality that are on full display in the modern world.Read More
Like many other artists in this fascinating genre, Simon has done a commendable job at replicating the energies that one may find themselves coming into contact while under the tutelage of spiritual or psychedelic sacraments. With a reverence for nature and the beings that dwell within it, Simon has consistently used this as a source of inspiration and empowerment, allowing him to produce magnificent portraits and tapestries.Read More
Monique Munoz is an up and coming artist out of Toronto, Canada that is creating magnificent, psychedelic art. Influenced by artists like Hayao Miyazaki, Alex Grey, and Japanese Role Playing Games, Monique is creating a more Eastern (almost minimalist feel when viewed side by side with some of her contemporaries) standard here in the Western world.
With many digital artists gravitating towards more realistic pieces, it is quite refreshing to see an artist produce works that are unflinchingly whimsical and upbeat. With such an eye for color, it is no wonder that Monique's work has captured the eye of gallery owners and clothing distributors. Marvelous messages about childhood, compassion, and positivity are prevalent themes throughout her work and it's wonderful to see that she is beginning to make waves with her art.Read More