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Archive for November, 2009

Aleix Gordo Hostau

Monday, November 23rd, 2009


Aleix Gordo Hostau is a self-taught artist from Barcelona, Spain. Having entered the art world at an early age, Hostau quickly developed a unique style that has afforded him extensive commercial assignments with the likes of Pepe Jeans London, Nestea and Montana Colors. Specializing in what the artist refers to as “pop-urban style,” Hostau takes most of his influence for a broad range of artistic disciplines, some of which include graffiti and street art, Japanese wood engraving and American pop art. (more…)

Chris Classen

Friday, November 20th, 2009

Chris Classen

Chris Classen is a resident of Los Angeles, California; he holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Nebraska, and a Masters of Architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI_Arc). On the surface, his work seems to be High Minimalist painting, and there is no denying its quiet, contemplative, and steely presence. However, unlike Minimalism’s absence of the artist’s hand, or even Pop art’s rejection of painting itself, his work relies heavily on rigorous hand-work, and brushed paint. This is less a contradiction and more an essay in the evolution of austerity in modern art. (more…)

Julie Hill

Wednesday, November 4th, 2009

Julie Hill

My name’s Julie Hill. I am an illustrator and designer, my work has shown in New York, London, Los Angeles, Cleveland, Louisville, Cincinnati and Ann Arbor. I often get asked things like: how long have you been drawing? Is that vector? Why birds? Stop drawing, are you paying attention to me? The short answers are: since I was a kid, no, why not, and no really, I’m listening. I absolutely love to draw and create. I also love music, dancing, traveling and tacky magnets. (more…)