Jeanette Sendler

p p ' The art of hat making or millinery, to be precise, was Jeanette Sendler’s early passion. From this interest evolved her current commitment to fibre and performance art. Resident in Scotland since 1991 Sendler studied at the Edinburgh College of Art, earning a BA (Hons) followed by an MA completed in 1997 both in Theatre Costume Design. ' p

Ken Garduno

p Ken Garduno graduated from Art Center College of Design in April 2006. Since graduating, he has been working as a freelance illustrator for various publications, as well as exhibiting his work in galleries throughout the U.S. p

Dimitri Kalagas

p p p p After seven years as an Art Director and Designer, Dimitri Kalagas has developed an international reputation for producing ideas and visual communications that transcend the clutter. A career of creativity spanning an eclectic mix of mediums - including branding, design, editorship, advertising, photography, radio hosting, managing experimental music events and art installations – Dimitri has evolved into directing film, recently releasing his debut music video for Melbourne band TST. p

Allison Reimold

p p I don’t know much about artist Allison Reimold, but I do know that she creates some beautiful illustrations. Have a look. p

Johnny Yanok

p p p Check out Johnny Yanok's charming illustrations, type design, and paintings. So colorful and cute.. love it! : ) p p

Laura Adel Johnson

p p Perth-based artist Laura Adel Johnson is a multimedia artist who constructs portraits out of miniature lights. p

Julian Callos

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Julian Callos is a freelance illustrator based in Los Angeles, California.


Jo Hamilton

p p p Artist Jo Hamilton creates wonderful portraits in crochet based on photographs. Check out the rest on Jo's website. p

Larissa Bates

p p p The work of Larissa Bates focuses on cultural constructions of masculinity and gender tropes. Her painted narratives follow the ever war hungry Little Napoleons as they take over the world, one colony at a time, and face their bitter enemies, the Cry Babies. She received a BA from Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. Solo exhibitions include the Monya Rowe Gallery, New York, the Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles, as well as an upcoming show at Mogadishni, Denmark. Her work has been written about in The New York Times, Artforum.com, Contemporary Art, Beijing, Bon Magazine, Flavorpill, among others, and was published in Armpit of the Mole (France). Selected Exhibitions: Mobile Museum of Art, Alabama; The Ulrich Museum of Art, Kansas; Longwood Gallery at Hostos, Bronx; The Arsenal Gallery, NY; SOO Visual Arts, Minneapolis; Six space, LA, CA; Bendixen Contemporary Art, Copenhagen; Galleria Glance, Turin. (via LMCC) p p

Clemens Behr

p p 'Alive' is an installation at the Pottporus Festival in Herne (2007) made of boxes, tape, spray, and a television by Clemens Behr. I also love his Disorder (2009) installation in the Museum of Sculptures "Glaskasten" Marl, Germany. Check it out! p