Elliot Golden is an East Village, NYC based illustrator with great work and international recognition. He sees illustration as a balance between concept and aesthetic. His illustrations begin as acrylic painting and then he finishes them digitally to give a unique look.
by Ami Kealoha
When Gregory Siff isn't acting in independent films, modeling for Abercrombie, or hosting Disney's Z Games, he's painting, creating installations and sculptures, or customizing Stan Smith adidas. The NYC-born, 27 year-old wunderkind tailors...
by Josh Spear
Peter Mitchell. Peter was born in Bracebridge Ontario Canada in 1978, a town famous for its skidoo and Vermouth parties. He was raised by sober parents, and hugely influenced by the stories of Roald Dahl. Peter started drawing late at 18 and went on...
Bemodern: Interview with Paul Darragh
by Fiona Killackey
He may well have worked for some huge commercial names, but for New Zealand-born, New Yorker Bemodern (aka Paul Darragh) success results from freely creating art for yourself. Graphic designer by day and artist by night this 20-something is making...
The Manhattan Skyline
by Josh Rubin
by Lost At E Minor
Doug Cowan is an artist's artist in the purist sense: an illustrator who truly loves his sketchbook. That said, the New York-based artist' work is clearly permeated by an overarching sketchbook aesthetic. Cowan doesn't so much sketch in...
A Rare New York Sunset
by Josh Rubin
If you happen to be in NYC and if the clouds clear this evening, you'll be able to watch the sun set directly down the center of any street. This phenomena only happens twice a year, and is a great photo opp. more info via NASA
Kent Rogowski: Love=Love
by Letizia Rossi
Kent Rogowski's Love=Love series combines pieces from over 40 store-bought puzzles to create dramatically surreal collages of skies and flowers. Apparently, though puzzle pieces typically only fit into one unique spot, thanks to cost-cutting manufacturers...
by Jacob Resneck
Two filmmaking collectives, QuickFlick World, a loose-knit international organization, and the NYC-based QuickFlicks, share a title as well as a goal that urges filmmakers to stop whining and start producing. Like Quick Flicks’s motto announces...
High Fructose Corn Syrup
Artist Christopher Chiappa lines gallery walls with garbage bags, dresses upside-down, and covers a basketball with corn
by Brian Fichtner
NYC-based artist Christopher Chiappa's first solo show in eight years, "High Fructose Corn Syrup," boldly explores themes of cultural degradation, anxiety and industrialized sweeteners. Now on view at NYC's Kate Werble Gallery through 10 April 2010...
Jason Yarmosky: Orpheus
by Max Gold
NYC-based painter Jason Yarmosky's latest series, "Orpheus," is the young artist's starkly realist take on the epic story. Over the course of eight narrative panels, the well-known Greek myth unfolds in Yarmosky's world of charcoal...
by Lost At E Minor
Soho-based hairdresser and artist, Nelson Loskamp, does a very strange thing. As part of his Electric Chaircut routine, which he performs at various venues around New York and beyond, he ties volunteers from the audience to a chair, blindfolds them...
Daniel Eric Weiss Photography
by Seth Brau
by Andrew Simkiss There are always a plethora of young photographers in New York City, shooting everything from fashion pages to blog snaps and party photos. You might see them in a studio, lighting up some street corner or at the bar flashing away...