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Good Business

As one of those experts in combining artistic skill, hyperbole and satire in order to question authority and draw attention to corruption, political violence and other social [...]

Butcher Billy

Since Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein, artists love to celebrate and dissacrate at the same time what is considered pop culture. Butcher Billy is one of these. His work [...]

Speed Bump

Dave Coverly took a year off from graduate school, and during that time he was an art director for a public relations firm and an editorial cartoonist for the Battle Creek [...]

Super Africa

Started as a continuation of a project he began in Indonesia, Alexander Eudier tries to keep the eye at the West’s benevolence towards Africa by photographing people who [...]

7 Days

By approaching photography with the sensibility of a sociologist, Gregg Segal explores our culture, identity, memory, behavior, roles, beliefs, and values. Based in [...]

Old Superheroes

“Superheroes never die”, save for a few exceptions. But it looks like they can certainly grow old, becoming sweet old ladies and gentlemen enjoying their lives [...]

Fantasy Reality

Maybe we’re all having that feeling of being constantly bombarded with news and pictures about the social realities, more and more extreme, from all over the world. Our [...]

The private life of heroes

Born in 1967, Grégoire Guillemin, aka “Léon”, refuses to let his childhood passions fade quietly into the past. Science fiction, comic books, and video games still [...]