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The Art of Syvlia Ji

The Art of Syvlia Ji

Possessing an artistic voice as unique as the times we live in, Sylvia Ji is at once contemplative, spiritual, enigmatic, and yet whimsically funny. Above all else, it is perhaps beauty that emerges as her defining characteristic, and her art reflects this: an extension of herself; a passionate appreciation of simple aesthetic pleasure fused with(…)

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The Skulls of Toru Kamei

The Skulls of Toru Kamei

Tokyo, Japan seems an unlikely birthplace for the artist behind these paintings.  They exhibit nothing of traditional Japanese art.  Yet that is precisely where Toru Kamei is from.  Born in Tokyo in 1976, he graduated from the Nihon University College of Art, and has exhibited and worked almost exclusively in Japan since then, in galleries(…)

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The Skull Art of Mitzi Sato-Wiuff

The Skull Art of Mitzi Sato-Wiuff

Mitzi (Her last name is pronounced sah-toe-view.  It’s Japanese and Danish.) is a Colorado based artist, who is originally from Japan.  Her artwork shows a clear and distinct influence of vintage shojo manga (少女漫画), tattoo art, and woodblock prints of her native country.  Mitzi has been drawing from eary childhood, playing with crayons, watercolor, colored pencil,(…)

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The Skulls of Andrea Wan

The Skulls of Andrea Wan

Andrea Wan is an illustrator and visual artist born in Hong Kong, rasied in Vancouver and based in Berlin. ✉ andrea@andreawan.com  Exhibitions: 2014 “Mirror Mirror”, Rabbit Eye Movement, Vienna (Solo) “Milterntor Gallery 4 – Art Creates Water”, Milterntor Stadium, Hamburg “Kontakt 3″, Glashaus Arena, Berlin “Again and Again”, Group exhibition with Ola Volo and Caitlin(…)

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Art by Ana Bracic

Art by Ana Bracic

Artist Ana Bracic hales from Belgrade, Serbia, and creates her art digitally.  Here I have shared 3 different series of her art which feature skulls and/or skeletons.  In her “Suspended” series, she pays homage to various spirit animals, each of them being suspended not only mid-air, but also between life and death.  In her “Undead(…)

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Intertwangleism from Butch Anthony

Intertwangleism from Butch Anthony

So I decided to get out on the last day of the Butch Anthony exhibit at the Akron Art Museum, and I wasn’t sorry.  Really digging this guy’s work! A self-taught artist, he uses found objects and natural objects to construct his own unique take on mortality, a method he named intertwangleism.  I find a(…)

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