Beautiful Abyss: The Art of Janice Sung
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by Attaboy
3w ago
Illustrator-turned-fine artist Janice Sung’s figures seem at home amidst natural settings, whether in a lily pad pond or a garden, floating like a near-translucent milk specters. Her recent gallery showing at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles, the first using physical media by the artist. We asked the artist a few questions about her new body of work and about transitioning from digital to physical media. Click the above already and read the hifructose.com exclusive interview. The post Beautiful Abyss: The Art of Janice Sung first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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HF Visits: Coleccion SOLO in Spain
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by Zara Kand
1M ago
Hi-Fructose writer Zara Kand visits Coleccion SOLO in Spain for their latest Handle With Care exhibition. Click above to see the full report. The post HF Visits: Coleccion SOLO in Spain first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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Beware “The Five Poisons”!
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by Attaboy
1M ago
As a tribute to this “most wonderful time of the year” artists Lauren YS and Makoto Chi have created twenty-eight works (and a mural) for their new “Five Poisons” exhibition. We’ve interviewed the artists about the work. Click image above to read it, or else. The post Beware “The Five Poisons”! first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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Have No Fear, It’s Just a “Mild Apocolypse”: An Interview with Bub
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by Attaboy
1M ago
With a mix of dark humor and an impressive skill at creating inviting, yet dangerous worlds, the artist known as Bub has caught our eye. Click above to read our new interview with the artist and his new body of work, before it's too late. The post Have No Fear, It’s Just a “Mild Apocolypse”: An Interview with Bub first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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Time Traveling with Painters Mike Davis and Michael Kerbow
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by Attaboy
2M ago
We live in strange times and artists Michael Kebow and Mike Davis both have something in common: they use surrealism and time travel to address modern and existential issues. Click to read the Hi-Fructose exclusive interviews with painters Mike Davis and Michael Kebow about their respective solo showings. The post Time Traveling with Painters Mike Davis and Michael Kerbow first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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The Happy Hellscapes of Joe Vaux
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by Attaboy
4M ago
Artist and animation director Joe Vaux paints what he likes. His personal work is teeming with impish demons. His cheerful hellscapes are populated with lost souls, sharp toothed monstrosities, and swarms of wrong-doers. And yet, there’s an innocence to all of this. Click to read the Hi-Fructose exclusive interview with Joe Vaux. The post The Happy Hellscapes of Joe Vaux first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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Oscar Joyo Harnesses Color and Pattern With Latest Works
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by Attaboy
4M ago
Vibrant and bold, Oscar Joyo’s latest body of work which was exhibited at Thinkspace Projects in Los Angeles, vibrates the retina; while delving into his childhood memories childhood in Malawi and themes of Afrofuturism. The post Oscar Joyo Harnesses Color and Pattern With Latest Works first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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Natural Hallucinations abound “When Two Worlds Collide”
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by Attaboy
7M ago
Something interesting happens when when artists like Alan and Carolynda Macdonald, who have the painting fundamentals mastered, decide to subvert expectations and perplex a viewers expectations conceptually. Click to read the Hi-Fructose exclusive interview. The post Natural Hallucinations abound “When Two Worlds Collide” first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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Ryan Matthew Cohn and Jean Labourdette explore the Wunderkammer in “Mors Et Anima”
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by H F
7M ago
The concept of the Wunderkammer, aka The Cabinet Of Curiosities has been an artistic inspiration for some time, however a new show opening in November by Ryan Matthew Cohn and Jean Labourdette takes it up a notch with an exceptional show of sculptures and paintings based thematically on the subject. Click to read the new Hi-Fructose exclusive interview. The post Ryan Matthew Cohn and Jean Labourdette explore the Wunderkammer in “Mors Et Anima” first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine ..read more
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Gregory Hergert’s Blue Acid
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by Attaboy
7M ago
Former illustrator turned full-time painter Gregory Hergert’s work has been described as “urban Surrealism”. He paints non-traditional themes in a traditional manner, yet allows the medium to shine through the often brutal settings depicted in his work ..read more
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