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7.21.11

Chris Rubino: Love Kills Demons

Love Kills Demons is 12 short films by Jim Helton.  Much like Bertrand Russell’s definition of electricity, these films are “not so much a thing, as a way things happen.”  They are a window into the spirit of an artist looking for change.  Over the span of one year, Helton documented Chris Rubino while he searched for a new direction in his work.  View the trailer for the film here.  Also, to commemorate the completion of the project, Chris created a limited edition box of screenprints, available for purchase here.

See Chris’ full portfolio here.

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7.18.11

Sasha Prood for Bon Appetit

Sasha was commissioned to create these illustrations for an article called “The Michelin Garden” in the August issue of Bon Appetit which features some of the more unusual edible plants grown by chef David Kinch.

See Sasha’s full portfolio here.

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7.14.11

Laura Ljungkvist, Follow the Line to School

The fourth in Laura’s acclaimed Follow the Line children’s book series has just been released and is available for purchase here.

See Laura’s full portfolio here.

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7.12.11

Stephen Campbell for Fresh Home

Stephen was commissioned to create these illustrations for a flower story in the Summer 2011 issue of Fresh Home Magazine.

See Stephen’s full portfolio here.

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6.29.11

Alli Arnold for Freekibble

Mimi Ausland was an 11 year old girl from Bend, Oregon, when she decided to help feed the hungry dogs and cats at her local animal shelter. From this desire to help animals,  Freekibble.com was launched on April 01, 2008. Since the site launched, there have been over 577 million pieces of kibble donated to shelters all across the US.

Now you can read about Mimi and her dog Maty’s adventures in their new book, the first in a series of three, “Mimi and Maty to the Rescue!”, illustrated by Alli Arnold, and when you click on the link you donate food to a shelter dog or cat.

See Alli’s full portfolio here.

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6.21.11

Miles Donovan for Velvet

Italian magazine Velvet commissioned Miles to create this portrait of the Emanuel brothers for their current issue.

See Miles’ updated portfolio here.

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6.15.11

R. Nichols Art Sale

R. Nichols has created 50 hand-cut originals which will be available for purchase on his website beginning at 1pm EST, Thursday June 16.  Each piece is available either framed or unframed.

Preview the work here.

See R. Nichols’ full portfolio here.

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6.1.11

Alexandra Compain-Tissier for SAGA

Alexandra was commissioned to create this illustration for the SAGA cosmetics chain in France for their Summer 2011 campaign, which will run through August.

See Alexandra’s full portfolio here.

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5.26.11

Cassandre Montoriol for uah^

uah^, a Japanese grocery in Paris, invited 20 artists, including Cassandre, to each create a custom bento box.   The boxes will be on display at the uah^  store beginning today, at 62 Rue de L’Arbre Sec, Paris 75001.

See Cassandre’s full portfolio here.

See Cassandre’s blog here.

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5.20.11

Paul Reilly at Lane Crawford

Paul is currently on display at the Hong Kong luxury retailer Lane Crawford sponsored Art Futures part of ART HK 11, which features a cross section of the very best in emerging contemporary art.  In conjunction with the show, they are exhibiting various artists work in store, curated by Partners and Spade New York.  The work will be available to buy throughout and after the show at Lane Crawford, Pacific Place, Admiralty Hong Kong.

See more on Lane Crawford here.

View Paul’s full portfolio here.

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