Alexander Purdy’s Hand-Crafted Visions of Nature

Alexander Purdy

Creating loose, abstract, imperfect compositions can be a frustrating task that sometimes results in a piece that looks like it was produced by a toddler (no offense to toddlers; their work is frequently brilliant). Illustrator Alexander Purdy brings a level of refinement and seeming effortlessness to this loose brand of illustration that dips in and out of abstraction and imperfection to create beautifully hand-crafted images.

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June 7, 2013 / By

Fantastic Animated Summer ID Spot for Cartoon Network

Cartoon Network Summer ID Spot

Cartoon Network Summer ID Spot

Exquisite Corpse games produce surprising, bizarre, and often interesting results, especially under loose but clear constraints. Cartoon Network’s new summer ID spot takes the writing and drawing game into the fully animated realm, commissioning 6 different animators to create 10-second chunks which were then stitched together seamlessly to create a vibrant onslaught of hand-drawn animation.

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June 4, 2013 / By

Gary Baseman’s Creations for Lladro’s The Guest

Gary Baseman

On the heels of his massive autobiographical undertaking of a show at the Skirball Cultural Center in Los Angeles, Gary Baseman came to New York for the launch of his contribution to The Guest, a series of figures created for high-end porcelain house Lladro, designed by artist Jaime Hayon. Following prior contributions to the series by Tim Biskup and Japanese studio Devilrobots, Baseman’s Guest figures arrived fashionably late.

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May 30, 2013 / By

Sculpture and Collage by Vincent Junier

Vincent Junier

Vincent Junier

French artist Vincent Junier‘s work occupies the fine line between whimsical and creepy, evoking a peculiar combination of preschool toys, voodoo, textbook clippings, and mutilated baby dolls. Junier creates collage, sculpture, and explores the area in between those distinct spaces with a multitude of abstract shapes and found objects that invite the viewer to make their own interpretation.

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May 6, 2013 / By

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