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02.04.14 Andy Cush

Meet Yung Lenox, your new favorite artist. He’s seven years old, lives in Seattle, Washington, and makes what look like magic marker drawings of classic hip hop albums (he dabbles in other genres, like metal and hardcore, as well). He’s been doing his thing for a while, showcasing work on Instagram but just recently began […]

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08.19.13 Kyle Petreycik

Sometimes you just need to get things down on paper in order to understand them better… all the things. Contemporary artists William Powhida and Jade Townsend have produced a large collaborative graphite drawing titled “Bellum Omnium Contra Omnes,” translated from Latin as “war of all against all.” The large graphite drawing focuses mainly on the internal […]

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02.22.13 Andy Cush

Selfless Portraits is a project in which people across the world create an artistic rendering of a random stranger’s Facebook profile picture, in exchange for having their own photo art-ified as well. They’ve received lots of submissions, most of which are charmingly amateurish, but there are some pretty decent entries as well. Check out a few […]

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07.12.12 Andy Cush

You heard right–artist Mike Perry will be performing a “24-Hour Interactive Drawathon,” starting at six this evening. He’ll be streaming the whole affair from his YouTube channel, as well as live tweeting it, natch. He’s also asking viewers to take part by doing their own drawings and submitting them on Twitter via the #sketchswap hashtag. […]

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07.13.10 Marina Galperina

Jakub Julian Ziolkowski’s first American solo exhibit at Hauser Wirth is a whirlpool of bursting mutant duels, psychedelic landscapes, violent decay, trash and feces. […]

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07.08.10 Marina Galperina

If you have never been to Michael Alan’s Draw-a-thon, then you haven’t sketched nude, neon-painted and prop-smothered models stalking around warehouses or stuffed into his Brooklyn studio sink and acting possessed. And you really should, because it’s fun. Meanwhile… […]

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