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Allyson Mellberg Taylor

” I am an artist and professor living and working in Virginia. My work mostly consists of drawings, prints, and soft sculptures with some egg tempera painting and ceramics now and then. I often collaborate with my husband Jeremy Taylor. We are both members of the North Carolina Gallery Collaborative Team Lump. I am also represented by Cinders Gallery in Brooklyn. One thing that is consistent in the work that we make is that we always use non-toxic paints, inks, glues, and we try to use as many recycled materials as possible (90% of the fabric we use is recycled).” – Allyson Mellberg Taylor

Tod Kapke

Tod Kapke is an illustrator/photographer based in Denver. I think he has a stunning portfolio of work. Have a look.

Corey Corcoran

” I want my paintings to explore the point at which stories based in history or fiction infiltrate one’s personal narrative, and also when personal tales which strike the public’s imagination are seized and made universal.” – Corey Corcoran

Beastman

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Beastman (Brad Eastman) is an artist, designer and photographer based in Sydney, Australia. Using acrylic and ink he produces intricately detailed artworks on wood, depicting a parallel world of scaly skinned, bold outlined, beast-like characters gripped by fear, anger, stress, jealousy, lust, confusion and paranoia.

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Shalimar Luis

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Shalimar Luis is currently based in New York/New Jersey, working as a freelance Art Director for the Vidal Partnership, one of the most recognized multicultural ad agencies in the nation.

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Ori Toor

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Illustrator/Artist Ori Toor from Israel wrote in to share his work on Flickr. Visit Ori’s photostream to see dozens of these illustrations.

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A.J. Fosik

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AJ Fosik’s eclectic handmade and intricately designed wood animal sculptures and paintings, combined with cryptic symbols, intrigue and provoke. Fosik creates an experience that at first glance evokes a questioning of familiar concepts and then pushes the viewer to look and think deeper. Inspired by subversive cultural influences which shift complacency, he creates pieces that suspend comfort while at the same time offer recognizable symbols and images. In this dynamic tension the art and the viewer hopefully come together in an expanded definition of culture and assumption. ‘ (via Jonathan Levine Gallery)

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Coralie Achouch

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Check out more illustrations from Coralie Achouch via Flylyf here.

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Nick Cave

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” I believe that the familiar must move towards the fantastic. I want to evoke feelings that are unnamed, that aren’t realized except in dreams.” – Nick Cave

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Kristof Kintera

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There is no way to go now by Kristof Kintera of Prague. Check out the rest of his work here.

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