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Artist Spotlight: Patrick Brown

An Australian native, Patrick Brown has been drawing since he was 5. He works with pencil and paper as well as digital tools, like photoshop, and the majority of his work depicts video game characters. From his DeviantArt profile: “I have always been greatly inspired by many things, from games to movies and even TV series. If I like something I draw it. Most people call me a fan artist, but I like to think of it as giving me […]

Artist Spotlight: Mikaël Aguirre

Mikaël Aguirre is a 29 year old artist from Paris, France who has found fame painting portraits of classic video game scenes. You can find him on Twitter (@Orioto) and on Tumblr (Night Grain). Check out all of his work on his Deviant Art profile: Orioto on DeviantArt  

Artist Spotlight: Yong Ho Ji

Korean artist, Yong Ho Ji, takes old tires and crafts them into amazing works of art. “In these figures,” says Ryu Han-Seung, Assistant curator at the National Museum of Contemporary Art in Korea, “the tires intensify the grotesqueness to create science-fiction like monstrous figures.” Han-Seung goes on, “Actually, many viewers are so overwhelmed by the strange figures that the black tires reveal that they are easily reminded of industrialization, which includes industrial material, industrial wastes, and even environmental pollution. If […]

Artist Spotlight: Otis Frampton

Earlier today, as I sloshed my way through the knee-deep muck that fills up my RSS feed, in search for just the right topic to do an article on, I suddenly found myself facing a headline: Japanese Star Wars, was all it said. Star Wars, alright you have my attention. Japanese? Could be interesting…or really weird. I was going to click the link regardless, being as strong in The Force as I am, but as the page loaded I expected […]

Artist Spotlight – Dragos Jieanu

The United States Space Fleet (U.S.S.F.) “Epic” is what I named the ship in the center of this picture. Usually I am totally against Flash intros to websites. But Dragos’ website at is really freaking cool. The image above is copyright Dragos Jieanu.