Draping the walls of the popular gallery and creative space MonOrchid in Downtown Phoenix, Chris Maker takes this opportunity to display his collection of work that’s taken him exactly 10 years to piece together. The once architect turned artist, has a lot to say about the style and the shapes he places together build his architecture and design-inspired artwork.
Glorious and perfectly located outside the patio of the newly opened Cobra Bar in Downtown Phoenix, collaborators El Mac and David Choe meet up again to create this Medusa inspired mural as their newest project.
Counting down to the upcoming release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, artists, designers, and all types of fans are paying homage to the classic collection of films and it characters. From posters to mini fridges, the fandom is coming out of everybody. But as much the Star Wars artwork and imaginary toys I’ve seen floating around, Blank Williams and his concept Storm Trooper helmets might just take the cake.
Slamming the elements of pop culture, cartoons, typography, and his distinctive style, Tristan Eaton might have started in the streets, but its the galleries that are calling his name now.
Vibrant, bold, and expressive, Robert Gentile takes front and center with an impressive solo exhibition at MonOrchid Gallery in Downtown Phoenix.
Blending his surroundings with his experiences, New Jersey based artist Joe Iurato’s distinctively clean and photorealistic cutouts bring the art of perspective and scenery all into one.
Entering the world of 19th century living and 20th century technology, Polish artist Jakub Rozalski, aka “Mr. Werewolf”, visits the “World of Scythe”, a futuristic 1920’s view of Eastern Europe.
To you it may seem like a spontaneous mess of portraits, body parts, and spray paint, but to Oakland based painter and street artist Allison Torneros, also known as Hueman, there’s a scientific method to her madness.
Completely hooked on what people are able to do with cuts of paper and an X_ACTO knife, Morgana Wallace and her version of mythical characters are only adding to the obsession.
Slamming the worlds of larger than life oil paintings and the digitized relationship we have with current technology, Justin Bower’s is set to release his newest exhibit “The Humiliations” this week at UNIX Gallery in New York.
Turning paper pieces into masterpieces, artist Calvin Nicholls “straddles the line between 2D and 3D” with his amazing collection of paper sculptures.
Coming together and setting records, French based artist duo Ella & Pitr chose to do something special for their most recent project. With feet as big as the side of 2 buildings and fingernails over 6 feet, this thing is big and needs every inch.