Photographer Noah Kalina lives and works in Brooklyn, New York, and is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts. His photography has been exhibited internationally at museums and galleries, including the Musée de l’Elysée (Switzerland), the Torrance Art Museum (Los Angeles), Jen Bekman Gallery (New York, Hey Hot Shot ’05), Clamp Art (New York) and Forma (Milan).
Since graduating in 2006 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Auckland University of Technology, Henrietta has steadily built up a name for herself as a solid New Zealand illustrator.
She has skilfully hand-drawn hands, faces, brains, glaciers and at least seven other Categories of Things, many of which have appeared on canvases in shows all over New Zealand, Australia, London and New York; some of which have appeared on her own successful line of hand-printed t-shirts; some of which have appeared on t-shirts made by other hands (namely those of Parinto and Barker’s Men’s Clothing); and some more of which emerge from the pages of fine print publications such as BITE, Metro and Sunday Magazines. She has a varied list of clients, including Flying Nun Records, Amnesty International, Four Paws Media and Vice Magazine.
Henrietta has developed the timeless style that can only be achieved by having occasionally dipped one’s paintbrush accidentally in one’s coffee, but also combines tradition with less hazardous digital methods, all of which has resulted in an extensive, mutable, and memorable body of work.
I'm an illustrator who also works with typography. My work takes a fairly graphic quality to it, however I like to use hand-drawn aspects to reflect the content that I am interested in. I am inspired by daytime television, trashy magazines, and humorous events that occur in day-to-day life.
Rik Oostenbroek is a 22 year old self-taught Dutch freelance artist, designer and art director based in Hilversum, The Netherlands. For four years, Rik has worked as a freelancer on some of the biggest brands in the world including Nike, Mazda, ESPN and Viacom and his work has been used in advertising the world over: from Hong-Kong to New York, London to Paris, Amsterdam to Milan.
Known for his dynamic forms & unique abstract shapes, Rik is fluent in various styles of design including Graphic Design, Typography, 3D Graphics, Art Direction, Surreal/Abstract Illustration and a mixture of Photo Manipulation and Retouching.
Rik has no shortage of imagination and, on top of his passion for Traditional Art, Photography & Typography, he is always exploring new forms of expression, new challenges and new ways to expand his horizons.
Lillian on Lillian:
I am an artist and bookmaker with a special interest in photography and lens-based media. My work explores themes and discourses around landscape, the uncanny, oblique biography, abstract archaeology, archives and collections.
Iban Barrenetxea is a graphic designer and writer from Spain. Iban lets his imagination run lose in his work, and creates hilarious and fantastic scenes overflowing with unique details and characters.
See more work by Iban HERE
Leap represents an entirely new way to interact with your computers. It's more accurate than a mouse, as reliable as a keyboard and more sensitive than a touchscreen. For the first time, you can control a computer in three dimensions with your natural hand and finger movements.
The hotel Au vieux panier asked me to design a room, I first told them that I wasn't interested doing just decoration in the room but I wanted
to create something that will look more like an installation. I thought about it also as a huge canvas where I needed to think about the composition
and play with the empty white part of the room to accentuate more the idea of Chaos on the other part. Then I asked my friend Tober who gat a great
old school style for tags, Grizz who is also the man behind the camera and Don Cho who is a Hip Hop singer from Marseille but who used to be
a tagger from my home town Toulouse. It took one week to do the whole thing cause the idea was to exaggerate what you can usually see in some
abandoned places. Too much tags, too much drips, too much sentences, too much throw ups ... What I also wanted to show is that people can appreciate
any type of graffiti, even the more basic, it's just a matter of point of view ...