Alexy Préfontaine is a 3D Illustrator and Art Director from Montreal, Canada. His work is all about colors, balance, and emotion. Blending surreal landscapes and digital portraiture, he has managed to craft a distinct style over the years and develop a keen eye for details, while focusing on the emotional impact. More: Alexy Préfontaine, Instagram,
June 21, 2021
Accessing music digitally is practically instantaneous. Not so with vinyl, which takes a minute or two as you take the record out of its sleeve, put it on a turntable, pick up the needle and cue it to listen. Often it’s the record sleeve we connect with first. Cover art offers a clue, a sign,
“It feels like we are on this high-speed carousel, being flung in circles, moving from one tragedy to the next and we can’t quite grasp onto our seat before we are focused on the next group of people who are hurting and suffering,” Dominique Fung summarizes the perpetuating reality we’ve been experiencing, a realization that
Lee Quiñones contributions to street culture are vast and expansive, so much so that he is one of the rare artists whose graffiti walls are etched into the historical lexicon. His fine artworks are a homage but entirely original in his ability to channel a street language and studio practice, which he has always balanced
Sasha Gordon’s first solo exhibition, Enters Thief illustrates suburban vignettes staged on the precipice of reality. Suspended between the everyday and sublime, Gordon’s scenarios are populated by self portrait-style characters who share a utopian camaraderie, but maintain a subtle hierarchy.
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The subject sits in a bathtub looking at his partner lovingly and longingly. She is just out of frame. Golden light beams in through the window, but the character’s face reads melancholic. The subtitle states: “Not to scare you but I think I’m in love with you.” This may sound like the climax of a
I recently had the pleasure of talking with my friend Linda Mariano of Redwood Art Group. Linda has a wealth of experience as the Managing Director of Marketing for Redwood’s well-known American art fairs and publications. She really understands the current art-world landscape and sees clearly what’s next. Listen to this wonderful conversation we had.