Chris Foss and spaceships

Chris Foss (1946), illustrator and painter. Chris Foss is a British illustrator and a powerhouse of science fiction design and invention. His work is a celebration of future machinery, impossibly sized constructions exist on a planetary scale; a showcase of hardware so large that the human figure is dwarfed by comparison. Arriving in the SF…

Laurent Craste and vandalism

Laurent Craste (1968), ceramist and painter. Of french origin, Laurent Craste has been living and working in Montreal for the past 22 years. His career has involved both a studio practice in contemporary ceramics and the teaching of ceramics at the college level. In 2003, Laurent Craste received the prestigious Winifred Shantz Award for Ceramists,…

Sheila Pazos and wonderland

Sheila Pazos (1986),  fashion designer and digital artist. Born in Geneva (Switzerland) in 1986, Sheila came to Galicia as a teenager. She graduated in Fine Arts in 2009 at the University of Vigo (Spain), and furthered her studies by taking a Master’s Degree in Maya in Madrid (Spain), a Master’s Degree in Contemporary Art, Creation…

Mike Davis and odd

Mike Davis (1961), painting and tattoo artist. Mike Davis is a modern surrealist painter, who currently lives and works in San Francisco, California. Possessing a multi-faceted set of interests, Davis began painting in 1997, and attributes much of his inspiration to watching his mother pursue craft projects during his childhood, and immersing himself in art…

Tomohiro Inaba and wire

Tomohiro Inaba (1984), sculptor. Tomohiro Inaba is a young artist who finished his graduate studies in 2010. He is attracted to iron as a material among other reasons because it begins to rust and decay upon contact with air, practically the moment it is created. For some his two-dimensional work he has used heat-sensitive paper, a…

Inge Jacobsen and embroidery

Inge Jacobsen (1987), embroidery and painter. Inge Jacobsen was born in Galway, Ireland. She attended Kingston University, London, where she studied Photography. She has worked as a professional artist since graduating in 2011. Jacobsen’s work has been exhibited in multiple shows around the world, from London to New York. In 2012 she was invited to…

Guy Aroch and dreamy

Guy Aroch (1971), photographer. He was born in Israel but in 1988 he moved to New York to persue a career in photography and in 1993 he graduated from the School of Visual Arts, New York. Today he works both in the USA and Europe. He describes his photography as modern pictures with a sexy,…

Rafael Araujo and mathematics

Rafael Araujo (1957), drawing and illustration. His illustrations are bafflingly complex—so complex that you might assume the artist uses a computer to render the exacting angles and three-dimensional illusions. And true, if you were to recreate his intricate mathematical illustrations using software, it probably wouldn’t take you long at all. But the craziest part of all…

Jaime Hayón and indiscipline

Jaime Hayón (1974), interiorism, art, design. After studying industrial design in Madrid and Paris he joined Fabrica – the Benetton-funded design and communication academy in Italy- in 1997 where he directed the design department until 2003. Hayon set up his own studio practice in the year 2000 and dedicated himself fully to his personal projects from 2003…

Eugenia Loli and dada

Eugenia Loli (1973), collage and digital artist. She was born and bred in Greece but has also lived in the UK, Germany and currently California. The popularity of this well travelled global citizen is rocketing sky high. Starting off in the working world as a nurse, Eugenia then took a U-turn and became a computer programmer,…

Jon MacNair and night

Jon MacNair (1983), painting and illustration Jon MacNair was born in Seoul, South Korea and grew up in the suburbs of Southeastern Michigan near Detroit. He graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2005, where he earned a BFA in Illustration. His commercial work has appeared in various editorial publications and mainly been used for…

Yago Hortal and chromatic baroquism

Yago Hortal (1983), painting. Yago Hortal paints in vivid, sometimes fluorescent acrylics, smearing, marbling, and splattering the material in thick, abstract brushstrokes onto large-scale white canvases that pop with color. Yago’s work has a strong relation with the painting and the action painting itself. The canvas its part of the performance where the artist creates…