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Eric Wayne

Selfies from Alternate Universes ”All of these digital paintings are based on my humble visage” says Eric Wayne. I been keeping an eye on him and when I saw the first samples of the ”Selfish-Selfies” as he had already called them, I knew he was onto something. Finally someone had found a way to make […]

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Vice

Viceland I’ve been a fan of Vice ever since back when it started as a magazine only. I equally appreciate Viceland and the reason simply is that I feel challenged, surprised and that they really are doing their best. I notice that when I listen to it, certain association of words, quotes and/or dialogues resonate […]

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Banksy’s Call To Arms

DO THEY OWE US A LIVING?   Yes They Fucking Do! Banksy is an anonymous English street art Artist and activist who has become a cult hero for his anti-establishment and rebellious artwork. Unlike someone who stays in his house all day drawing comics and watching Simpsons’ reruns, Banksy is a REAL artist who challenges the status quo, […]

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Chris Labrooy

Tales of Auto Elasticity Inspired by Californian road trips along endless highways through deserted baron lands.  Auto aerobics began life as a tiny idea for a project about New York. Walking through Brooklyn on a winters evening is a truly memorable experience which motivated me to build a digital 3D model that captured the various […]

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MYOPIA

NEW ART BOOK BY MARK MOTHERSBAUGH OF DEVO Is there such a thing as a natural-born pop artist? I don’t really think there is, but the voluminous graphical art of Mark Mothersbaugh, well known as the frontman and co-founder of DEVO, is enough to give me pause. The Museum of Contemporary Art Denver on Thursday […]

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Henriette Valium

ICTUS LUMEX IDATUS BORGIA Henriette Valium is a comic book artist and painter based in Montreal, Quebec. Born Patrick Henley, ever since his beginnings in the early 1980s, his provocative and hallucinogenic style has kept him well away from the mainstream comic book industry.  Valium is for sure one of the greatest cartoonist of all time. For the last three decades […]

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ZÏLON NOWAVE

Backstreet Cocteau Montreal Urban Style Dark alleys were the first to be marked with Zïlon’s poetic signature. Dubbed « The Backstreet Cocteau » (ref to French  poet, filmmaker, artist Jean Cocteau), he was one of Montreal’s key figures during the 80’s punk and underground movement.  I decided to display here only his work in Black and White… […]

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Charles Burns

The Atrocious Dimension His plots play out like fever dreams, swirling through time and perception, but Charles Burns’ aesthetic style alone is enough to make you queasy. In a class on underground comix, I was assigned Burns’ most popular tome, Black Hole, as an introduction to contemporary comic art. During the second session on Burns, a few of my […]

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