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When I first discovered Fred Einaudi and viewed his artwork I felt a chill going down my spine.


Juxtaposing and unexpected characters are found in surreal environments where the essence of devastation is prominent.



Einaudi’s portraits are an inspiring fusion of fears and visions, thus engage an almost futuristic character.

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Simply breathtaking watercolor illustrations by Catherine Parr who is currently living and creating in Los Angeles. I am thrilled by her color combinations and the way the soft lines of pencil show beneath colored areas. Her fashion inspired characters are whimsical and sophisticated.

As the artist notes: “For me, inspiration comes from many places. Ealing Studios, French and Italian Cinema, along with music, theatre and dance.”

Check out her online shop at etsy for gorgeous prints.

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Artist's self portrait

Very emotive and expressive art by David Choe an artist who is active in a wide variety of both themes and mediums. I chose to present some of his oil and mixed media artworks because I strongly believe that his work is bound to captivate both your eyes and your mind.



Captivating, unsettling, almost cunning visions of the artist’s world of thoughts and inspirations, depicted either in a more abstract and minimal manner or interpreted in bold strokes, rough sketches and busy backgrounds! Enjoy!

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Tania Alvarez has a dinstinctive graphic style that stole my heart right away. Minimal, intricate, flowing abstractions create almost a poetic, yet filled with bold energy atmosphere.

View her site for her full portfolio!
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Derek Weisberg’s sculptures overwhelm you with their raw emotional power. The artist notes in his statement: “I create works of art that are emotional and psychological self-portraits. Through my work I aim to make sense of my life, my experiences, and the times I live. I do not wish to represent like a photo, instead to achieve an innerness. My goal is to create images, which are accessible and allow the viewer to have an experience which can not be easily articulated, but felt. Simultaneously igniting contemplation, reflection and a lasting relationship with the work. I attempt to express basic human qualities, which are universal and timeless. At its core the works reflect humanist ideology; searching for truth and universal morality based on the commonality of the human condition.”

Check out his site as there are so much more incredible pieces waiting to be discovered.

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I was very excited when I discovered the work of Andrew Archer. I love the textures, color palette and sense of constant motion in his work, along with his excellent skills in illustrating bold, imaginative and original images.

I quote from the artist’s statement: “I’m greatly inspired by surrealism, juxtapositions and sublime narratives but more specifically wood block prints, edo period art, cartoons, ideograms, characterization, travel and Asia. Through my work I’ve been lucky enough to work within a range of super cool mediums including editorials, advertising, web, moving picture, storyboards and more and continue to do so.”
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