There is a certain Zen-like quality to Steve Clark‘s creations. Toying around with watered down inks and allowing the runny pigments in suspension to interact with other elements on the page such as singed areas; Clark fabricates visuals that look elementary, but possess a complexity and aesthetic that is ethereal and casually magical . Advertisements
Ultra-chromatic & otherworldly, Kate Shaw‘s works are like visions from wildly beautiful hallucinations. Shaw’s statement regarding the conceptual intent of her work is also quite radical – (and I quote from her site) : “I am concurrently exploring the sublime in nature whilst imbuing a sense of toxicity and artificiality in this depiction. The intention is to reflect upon the contradiction between our inherent connection to the natural world and continual distancing from it” Creating her own specialized technique of […]
The level of detail in the work of autodidactic Arij Moka is next level type-a-shet. Just plain crazy. Based out of Leipzig, Germany, Arij spends months on a single piece, and years on a series. Moka’s work is certain to impress, and if not – get your vision/head checked.
DURN! There is some borderline magic type-a-shet happening in the photographs and compositions of TackyShack (the pseudonym for Jeremy Jackson, an outrageously good Light Painter). Hailing from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia, Tacky says he spends “great amounts of time waving lights in front of my camera.” Jackson is also dedicated to get other light painting experimenters involved, and holds workshops to introduce people to the medium. ELAPSED TIME ENCAPSULATED
Much like watching smoke & vaporous, the aqueous forms produced by Ken Keever are mesmerizing. Having stumbled upon Keever’s work via a great interview conducted by a Juxtapoz correspondent – I encourage you to read the whole account by clicking here. Below you’ll find an excerpt from said interview that tells of Keever’s interesting background: “Keever’s first professional job was at NASA where he was testing “nozzles” in a futuristic laboratory designed to muffle all sound. At the time he […]