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Paul Octavious is a creative photographer & designer born in Connecticut and currently residing in the windy city of Chicago.His work has been featured by Swiss Miss, Dwell, The New Yorker, Flavorpill and many more online and offline publications.
Manga Dreams is a collaborative construction between the subjects and photographers. Subjects tailor their look to that of manga, tamed hair and costume, whilst performing for the photographers and the photographers dress, groom and photograph their subjects.
Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by the Chilean artist Iván Navarro. Heaven or Las Vegas, featuring fluorescent light sculptures drawn from the floor plans of iconic skyscrapers, will be on view at 293 Tenth Avenue from March 3 to April 2, 2011.
Dilly's Portraits of Pain
Greg Horn is best known for his artwork on Marvel Comic’s titles Elektra, Emma Frost, and She-Hulk. He is currently the regular cover artist on Ms Marvel. In 2008, he will provide cover art for Virgin Comics Shadow Hunter starring Jenna Jameson, and Top Cow Productions Witchblade.
In my profession, the architectural lines, curious shapes and design in general, have always fascinated and formed a source of inspiration for me. However, it is light which allows this inspiration to rise to the surface or prevents it from materializing.
This exhibition at the Medusa Gallery shows the works of two famed 20th century artists, Kostas Koulentianos (1918-1995) and Marios Prasinos (1916-1985) who, in spite of their different academic and social backgrounds...
Rodin-Sugimoto is an exhibition of sculpture and photography being held at the Gagosian gallery through to March 25th 2011. This most unexpected pairing of Auguste Rodin, the pioneer of modern sculpture, who formed the bridge from Classical and Renaissance style into...
A display of 14 arresting images will be on display at the Museum of London from 1 October 2010 to 6 March 2011. Like postcards from the future, familiar views of the capital have been digitally transformed by GMJ illustrators Robert Graves and Didier Madoc-Jones.
Well known Japanese manga artist Mizuku Shigeru whose hit horror manga series is Ge Ge Ge no Kitaro, and innovative design studio Nendo, have collaborated on the production of the Yokai Daruma dolls.