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Nate Hill, the magically strange NYC-based artist who has developed more alter egos than a schizophrenic may be getting a reality show centered around his bad memory-extracting mascot: Death Bear. He says a bunch of producers from LA have been hounding him and is actively seeking advice on how best to proceed with a Hollywood […]

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Ever since he abandoned his signature space monkeys and evolved his artistic style future-forward, DALEK continues to churn out these colorfully brilliant geometric landscapes. He shared his latest painting that hasn’t even made its way onto gallerist Jonathan LeVine’s website yet. […]

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Just in time for Martin Luther King Day, zombie portrait artist Grayson Castro created this stunningly horrific painting that will probably scare supporters on both sides of the aisle entitled “Zombie Laureates Earn Their Prize.” Image: Grayson Castro […]

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Although the Freedom Tower won’t be finished till around 2018, at least the perimeter fence will be colorful. The Port Authority and Department of Transportation are looking for artists: “The winning design will be printed on vinyl mesh banners and cover a portion of the construction fence on Church Street between Liberty and Vesey street.” […]

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In one interview, Alex Lukas said his work is inspired by Hollywood and that he’s “very interested in the dominance of images of America destroyed.” That would help explain the post-apocalyptic depicting artist’s work. Still, out of all the decimated metropolises, this piece featuring a disturbingly submerged Lower Manhattan especially captured our hearts. |ZEB| Ink, […]

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Have you ever wondered how to go from being a “struggling, emerging or even semi-established artist to selling a complete show for $198 million?” Bravo says they might be able to help you with their new artist-based reality competition to win a “gallery show, a cash prize and a sponsored national tour,” whatever that means. […]

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Whether by pen or pixel, illustration pair Nana Rausch & Peter Stemmler aka QuickHoney, waste no time when it comes to providing news-cycle-ready artwork. They churn out portraits, landscapes, animations, and basically all sorts of other stuff like Illuminati-inspired art and pill-chomping arcade heroes. They also illustrate internet-fueled celebrities like “exhaustion” addict Susan Boyle and […]

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When he’s not getting grifted by fugitives from Salt Lake City, artist and self proclaimed “Southern gentlemen” Cory Bradley is painting. Hailing from North Caolina but firmly transplanted in Bed Stuy, Brooklyn for the past few years, he’s sold paintings ranging in price from $800 – $4,000 “depending on the price and size.” He says […]

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Artist Ninjaink created this sketch of Charlie Brown and canine pal Snoopy as if it was drawn by Calvin and Hobbes illustrator Bill Watterson, who unlike Charles M. Schulz, actually had something to say. |Ninjaink via Buzzfeed| Related: Evil Charlie Brown Moves One Step Closer To Store Shelves […]

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Who knew that prescription drugs weren’t just for abusing? They also make for the perfect medium when designing fashionable art like Becky Stern’s “Vicodin Earrings.” After undergoing knee surgery, the artist was prescribed the popular painkiller which made her very sick. But instead of passing them along to willing hands or throwing them out—heaven forbid—she […]

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