Destination Tijuana

The summer of 1969, that of Woodstock, Neil Armstrong, John and Yoko, Janis Joplin, Charles Manson, Vietnam War Protests, Stonewall Riots, Jimi Hendrix… And the summer [...]

The Scream

I was walking along the road with two friends, the sun was setting, suddenly the sky turned blood red I paused, feeling exhausted, and leaned on the fence, there was blood [...]

American Gothic

In August 1930, Grant Wood, an American painter with European training, was driven around Eldon, Iowa, by a young painter from Eldon, John Sharp. Looking for inspiration, [...]

From the land to the sky

Since their inception in 1997, Okuda San Miguel’s pieces on rail-roads and abandoned factories in his hometown were clearly recognizable. Parallel to his work in the [...]

Great Scape

One day of 2001, Justin Gaffrey decided that the long hours and stress of being a restaurateur were no longer sustainable. He decided to sell his business and in the meantime [...]

Post Neo Cubism

Long been known in the graffiti scene for his photorealistic works, Miguel Ángel Belinchón Bujes, aka Belin, has begun to adopt elements of cubism for a new experience [...]

Nothing. Life. Object.

In an economically driven world where we are conditioned to subconsciously place value on the genuinely invaluable, Young-sung Kim has visually critiqued the level at which [...]

Perceiving Beauty

Beauty is everywhere, it is not beauty that is wanting in our eyes, but it is that our eyes fail to perceive it Beauty is character and expression Just as in Rodin’s [...]

Private Light

Inspired very early on by the dramatic use of light in the work of Rembrandt, and later the paintings of Caravaggio, Tina Spratt always tends to paint in many layers to build [...]

Someone like him

When it comes to cultural education, an artist might reveal important, sensitive questions and give responses which cannot be expected from others in politics, churches nor [...]