Samantha Wall’s drawings give insight into the human mind. See more on Hi-Fructose.
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When astronauts went to the moon in 1968 with the dream of discovering new worlds, something unexpected happened. They looked back, and for the first time, gazed upon the Earth. These otherworldly paintings by Slovakian painter Patricia Koysova capture the same sense of wonder in simplicity and scale. Her colorful images inspired by science blow natural environments out of context and proportion to admire their raw beauty… Keep reading.
While most of the world is looking towards Brazil for the FIFA Word Cup, art lovers were anxiously waiting for the 29th of June when Os Gemeos opened their long awaited solo show in their hometown. It’s been five years since the last time Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo exhibited in Sao Paulo, so after showing and painting murals all over the globe, they opened “A Opera da Lua” (The Moon Opera) at Galeria Fortes Vilaça. See more on Hi-Fructose.
We visited Philadelphia-based artist Nosego in his studio as he finishes up a new series of paintings for his upcoming show at Thinkspace, “Open Channels.” Nosego says that the fantastical creatures in his paintings represent the idea of inner strength. See more on Hi-Fructose.
Chie Yoshii’s rich, color-saturated paintings focus on classical themes and mythology. See more from her current show, “In The Mere Darkness of Being,” at Roq La Rue in Seattle on Hi-Fructose.
Dima Drjuchin (featured in our latest issue, HF Vol. 32) and Homeless Cop stage an imaginary battle in their show “MUTUALLY ASSURED DESTRUCTION” at BUCKBUCK Gallery in Cleveland. Take a look at more of their work on our blog.