Sculptor Christopher Conte combines a knowledge of prosthetics and a love of art in his biomechanical creations. His peices evoke a sense of the futuristic and the antique in perfect harmony. Christopher’s work has been featured in exhibitions including Les Barany’s Carnivora “The Dark Art of Automobiles”, The Detriot Fringe Festival, and in a recent [...]
Jeffery Scott began his creative explorations at an early age with sculpture. He later discovered painting, which led him to photography. Now he uses digital tools to “sculpt” his exquisite photographs, which focus on the human form. Here Jeffery shares the passions and frustrations that drive his art…
Ronan Spelman had decided that art school was not for him, and he had given up painting altogether. In recent years, however, he has returned to art with striking digital photographs that combine the surreal with the sexual. His work has been featured in galleries in Los Angeles, and in Skin & Ink and Erotic [...]
Ashley Fontenot grew up in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and moved to Los Angeles in 1998. She began taking digital photos and discovered a passion and talent for photographing nude women. Her work has been featured on websites, including Danni’s Hard Drive, on television with SexTV, and in a book called “Women by Women.”
Emmilia Thomas Raharja is a digital fantasy artist from the city of Bogor, West Java in Indonesia. Her illustrations evoke a sense of fantastic wonder and emotion. Explore Emmilia’s fantasy portraits on her DeviantArt gallery Emmil.
Sean Dietrich is the comic book artist and creator behind the offbeat titles “Industriacide”, “Fervor”, and “Mess”. Taking inspiration from industrial music, Sean tells his twisted stories with a dark and surrealist style. He also showcases his talent at live painting performances at various clubs in San Diego, CA. You can find him on DeviantArt [...]
Candid street photography is the specialty of photographer Roy Caratozzolo. Using the streets of New York City and New Jersey as his canvas, Roy’s photos look at everyday life and ordinary situations with reverence and fascination. His photos are featured in area newspapers and his website has been featured in Shutterbug Magazine.
After art school, Ray Bartrip left painting behind to tour Europe with his rock band. Years later, the brush is back in his hand. Ray’s surreal paintings reveal his sense of humor as well as his artistic skill. In this brief interview, he gives us an inside look at his creative process and inspiration…
Mike Corriero is a Concept artist and Illustrator for the Videogame and Film Industries. He produces assets as a Freelance artist for various companies including everything from props, to characters, creatures, environments, structures, animals, illustrations, icons, isometric wall tile designs and more. His work has been shown in Ballistic Publishing’s Exposè and Painter books as [...]
John Santerineross has been a ceramist, a painter, and is now a photographer and a mixed media artist. He uses the medium which best suits the interpretations of his ideas and dreams. He now works in a historic 1870, 5000 sq. ft. loft in Kearny, New Jersey.