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Archive for February, 2010

Alex Varanese

Wednesday, February 24th, 2010


From age four to 16 I lived under the iron-fisted tutelage of a clan of Kung Fu monks, studying without rest from sunup till sundown — except Thursdays, when Project Runway was on — in preparation for the day when their superhuman powers would be bestowed upon me and I would carry on their thousand-year legacy of justice, honor, and fashion-forward flare. Finally the time came, kneeling at the foot of the temple stairs, my head bowed, ready for enlightenment. After what felt like hours — but was actually like two minutes according to my iPhone — it began. “A choice awaits, my son. Drink from the red elixir and be blessed with the gift of flight, guarding the vault of heaven like the sword of god. (more…)

Nose Go

Wednesday, February 17th, 2010


Yis ‘Nose Go’ Goodwin is a Philadelphia-based artist with a passion for illustration and multi-media arts. He uses a mixed media style to deliver highly energetic work. His designs feature an assemblage of patterns, vibrant colors and characters derived from his imagination, and his surrounding environment. Nose holds a B.F.A. in Film and Digital Video from the University of the Arts. Nose’s work is about just having fun, and often takes a silly approach when it comes to delivering an image. If anything is supposed to be taken from his work it’s to just enjoy yourself and have fun. (more…)


Monday, February 15th, 2010


After studying fine art at SDSU I have worked for Virgin Interactive designing video games, taught multimedia at Platt College, and worked at LPL Financial Services as a Marketing Director. In 2007 I left the corporate world to become a full time artist. I have a studio in downtown San Diego where I’m currently working on a comic graphic novel and will be presenting it at the 2010 Comic-Con. My influences are Japanese Woodblock art from the 18th century, artists like Kuniyoshi and Hokusai. I work in mixed media, ranging from acrylics, pencil and ink on wood, canvas and watercolor paper. (more…)

Susie Lowe

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010


Susie Lowe aka Suzko is a 25-year-old artist specializing in portraiture and figurative work. Suzko takes her inspiration from the city, urban life and street art – especially graffiti, and Manga. That, however, does not to exclude traditional art forms: the renaissance period and the old masters of Italy. She usually works from photographs because “it’s easy to do a straight copy of a photograph, but the fun for me is finding that unique quality in each individual and being able to portray that [in my work].” For the last year she has been experimenting with a new style; using Posca pens on canvas primarily used by graffiti artists, which creates a poster / pop-art feel, in bright fluro colors. (more…)

Adam Spizak

Monday, February 8th, 2010


Adam Spizak is a Polish illustrator and designer who is currently living in London, England. He started out 16 years, on an old Amiga computer, and was very impressed with Amiga’s art scene so he decided to try it for himself. Honesty and a desire to create visually stimulating images — with emotion and a story — is Spizak’s number one priority… (more…)