Wizard Skull

Wizard Skull is not for the faint of humour. If your house might be mistaken for a shrine to the Disney store, this artist is not for you. If you find the level of sexuality expressed by an Abercrombie and Fitch bag offensive, this artist is not for you. If you treasure your childhood memories of children’s cartoons not jerking off David Carradine style, this artist is not for you. Warning, viewer discretion advised.

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Cyrielle Gulacsy Interview

Cyrielle Gulacsy is an artist paving the way between the sublime and the sensual. Her work picks apart the particles of wonderment into skilfully constructed pointillism, disperses them into space, then reassembles them as a banging human bod. It’s sexy and scientific, and to quote cultural icon, Zapp Branningan, “You’re obviously confused and aroused.

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Catherine Grossreider

“I don't know why I enjoy drawing both cute, curvy women and cartoons as well as freakier surreal art. It's like I switch between genres, whenever I want a break from one. I still like cute and innocent things, that's why I created Jeliboo. She’s a curvy girl character, that's enjoyable for everyone, including kids, they freakin' love Jeliboo for reason (it's the butt). However, I still have a stupid sense of humour and a knack for painting, so I express myself that way too, showing my abilities as a painter and communicating my beliefs and wit through my creatures and characters”.

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Adriana Oliver

Adriana is a strong believer that talent and passion are only the building blocks for creation, and uses hours and hours of dedication in her LA studio to forge her refined paintings. “Painting started as a passion and it tuned into an obsession. I spend most of the day in the studio. My creative process is based on working every day, 7 hours a day. Picasso once said, ‘Inspiration exists, but it has to find you working.’ I could not agree more.”

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Juan 'Diaz' Faes

Diaz is a master of creativity. Whether his characters are entwining themselves around text on a page or warping around a neglected chunk of concrete, Juan fuses intricate narrative with simplistic, joyful design to create pieces that reveal more of themselves with each glance. Interested in graphic novels, Juan produces character in his pieces, whose overpowering sense of artistic voice make them addictive and endlessly alluring.

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Ornamental Conifer

Following a successful print launch at Moosey Art, we spoke to L.A based UK sign artist Ornamental Conifer. Discussing the power of words and letters, being an artist in the Instagram age and his upcoming projects.

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Bryce Wong

Wong is the kind of artist who goes skating, breaks his ankle and makes mobility scooters insta-famous. His ink can be best appreciated while its being hand poked into your skin cells; but, if you’re not in Portland, or you don’t want to make your parents cry, a print is sufficiently punk-rock. Bryce’s prerogative is fun. His work offers a warped amalgamation of cartoon and classics; pop-culture and high-culture.

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Daisy Parris

Daisy Parris is an artist who finds her voice smeared across city pavements. A violent crescendo of filth and blood, fine-tuned by the silence of existential exploration. Daisy takes the violence of the world and tames it, transforming it into something sublime, something screaming

I LIKE MYSELF

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