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 Artist, George Redhawk.

Interview With Artist, George Redhawk.

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. Using software to aid the visually impaired, George is able to apply fluid-like, vacillations onto preexisting images to create something that is truly awe-inspiring. Now coined the “Redhawk Effect” by the artistic community, George’s signature style has led to his meteoric (and celebrated) rise within the art world.

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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, Melissa Williams of Misprint.

Interview With Visual Artist, Melissa Williams of Misprint.

Melissa Williams is a freelance artist (operating out of Melbourne, Australia) that has used her impressive eye for color to create epic art for musicians, retailers (which has given her an insider look at the entrepreneurial side of the business), and everyday consumers.

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Interview With Painter, Danny O'Connor.

Interview With Painter, Danny O'Connor.

By utilizing elemental juxtaposition, Danny is able to create complex and hefty pieces that touch on themes like life, death, and growth with a unique kind of vibrancy. When his work isn’t touching on deeper existential concepts and motifs, they’re paying homage to the beauty of femininity and nature. There is a captivating structure to Danny’s pieces that give them an unmistakable verve and aesthetic, so much so, that he has been commissioned by several individuals and establishments to paint murals, portraits, and other pieces.

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Interview With Visual Artist, Soosh.

Interview With Visual Artist, Soosh.

Russian artist Soosh (currently living in Ukraine) has garnered serious praise in recent months after releasing a series of watercolor paintings detailing the importance of fatherhood for young women. Soosh, like so many others, grew up without her father, an unfortunate and sweeping trend here in the United States as well. The absence and longing for a patriarchal figure in her life lead to the creation of this series as a way to help herself and others who may have experienced the same thing. 

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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, Adam Lupton.

Interview With Visual Artist, Adam Lupton.

Vancouver’s Adam Lupton is currently releasing some of the most magnificent material I have seen in some time. Many of the themes in his pieces relate to the human condition and our innate tendency to overanalyze, brood, or falter when confronted with choice. 

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Interview With Visual Artist, Manú Menéndez.

Interview With Visual Artist, Manú Menéndez.

Manú Menéndez is an incredible artist operating out of Mexico and creating marvelous, psychedelic imagery. Propelled by his intense connection to the universal impetus (or the Divine Source), Manú has been producing wonderful pieces that seem to be ripped directly from the primordial dreamscape. Viewing himself as a child of life, he uses experience and passion to craft these impeccable works.

Understanding that love is the ultimate unifier of human consciousness, Manú is sure to approach every idea with as much reverie and dedication as the one proceeding it in his own personal quest to raise the spiritual frequency of the planet.

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