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Going to Hell

Raised by strict religious parents who convinced her she was going to hell when she died, Angela Strassheim is another of those artists able to cause strong feelings and a [...]

Vincent

Without doubt the most known and celebrated artist ever, Vincent van Gogh is inevitably the one who has seen a lot in terms of tributes — as the 2017 first fully painted [...]

Nostalgia

Born in Pinar del Rio, Cuba, in 1977, that’s right after traveling from Havana, where now he works and lives, to New York that Yoan Capote used his own luggage to [...]

Lonely Dolls

In the 1970s, when computers were beginning their ascent into world domination, Stacy Leigh was born. In her earliest years she was an artist. She painted and made clothes [...]

No place to call home

  What happens when what we call home doesn’t belong to us anymore? Mirta Vignatti starts from this question to develop a personal search among abandonments, [...]

Yes Ok Why No

Ok, of course he’s not the first illustrator and animator who loves to make people laugh and decided to start drawing comics so as to turn his jokes into something [...]

Metembiosis

Roberto Kusterle began with painting and installation in the 1970’s, before identifying photography as the ideal means for his artistic expression. During the following [...]

Doll Photographer

By using Barbie dolls and Japanese miniatures as her primary medium and subject, Mariel Clayton creates dioramic images full of details and black humour as a means of [...]

Joys of Life

Well known for his cheeky animated gifs, Nimura Daisuke grew up seeing the artworks of mangaka Akira Toriyama and trying to imitate his artworks — Nimura was very glad that [...]

Off-duty Heroes

He’s a photographer with a good sense of humor and a passion for superhero action figures. His name is Edy Hardjo, aka Hrjoe, and what his photos prove is that some [...]