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Ryan Mauskopf

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I am an illustrator, graphic designer, and magnanimous philanthropist living and working in New York City. ” – Ryan Mauskopf

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Fernando Mastrangelo

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Fernando Mastrangelo was born in 1978 and raised in the United States, Mexico, and Argentina. He attended Virginia Commonwealth University, receiving his MFA in sculpture in 2004, then moved to New York, where he lives and works today. From his earliest work, Mastrangelo has explored narrative sculpture and relationships to contemporary politics, ancient history, philosophy, and environment.

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Jesse McCloskey

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Jesse McCloskey is a fine artist living in New York City. He has appeared in many group and solo exhibitions, and is an alum of Yaddo artist’s residency in Saratoga Springs, New York. His work has been reviewed and reproduced by the New York Times. He has done record covers for the band, The Geraldine Fibbers, including the cover for their “Butch” cd, released by Virgin Records. His paintings also appear in filmmaker, Douglas Buck’s cult favorite, Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America. ‘ More here..

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Mari Naomi

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Mari Naomi is a cartoonist, writer, collagist and painter. She has been self-publishing Estrus Comics since 1998, has been featured in various anthologies, and has been exhibiting her paintings and collages since 2002. She has performed live painting at such places as the De Young Museum, 111 Minna and Varnish Fine Art. She lives in San Francisco, California. ‘

Also see: Matt Furie

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Charles Clary

Charles Clary was born in 1980 in Morristown, Tennessee. He received his BFA in painting with honors from Middle Tennessee State University and is currently a second year MFA candidate at the Savannah College of Art and Design. He recently had a solo exhibition at Galerie EVOLUTION-Pierre Cardin in Paris, France, completed a painting assistantship with Joe Amrhein, and had work acquired by fashion designer Pierre Cardin. Charles has exhibited regionally, nationally, and internationally in numerous solo and group shows, and currently resides in Savannah, Georgia. ‘

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Slanties

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Slanties are based on ancient Inuit eyewear. Each pair of slanties is handcrafted. The light, durable finish shows off the natural wood grain. Slanties are engineered to be sturdy and reliable, and each pair is reinforced with a layer of fiberglass. If cared for correctly, your slanties will last for 800 years. Wear slanties on the beach as functional sunglasses. Wear Slanties to the club. Wear slanties to visit your grandparents, they’ll love them too.

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Steve Haslip

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I’m most productive in the morning ” was constructed out of approximately 5000 hand cut matchsticks, a lot of patience, and even more superglue. It was created during my first semester class at SVA with Stefan Sagmeister. We were given the task of illustrating a personal life lesson in the spirit of Stefan’s “Things that I have learned in my life so far” projects, which recently became a book. This project took hundreds of hours to complete and was extremely labor intensive but a lot of fun to photograph. Steve Haslip.

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Valery Koroshilov

” My paintings are about my admiration of beauty, joy, happiness and hope. They develop one’s poetic and mystical ambitions. It is aesthetic experience, pleasing the mind and engaging the imagination. “- Valery Koroshilov

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Jeremy Davis

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Jeremy Davis currently teaches life drawing, sculpture, mold-making, and casting at LymeAcademy. His work can be found in private collections around the country and has been shown publicly in New York, Boston, South Carolina, and Connecticut, where his sculptures are currently on display in both the Madison and Middletown Sculpture Miles. View more of his work here.

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Phil Hansen

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Artist Phil Hansen paints the Mona Lisa using burger grease for a fast food company who wanted to show how much fat was in their competitor’s food.

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