Tag Archives: painting

Fiend Folio Art by Matt Ritchie

July 2, 2014

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Matt Ritchie, aka Matt136, has recently been gradually unveiling the latest undertaking in his Wood Whimsies series of art pieces, an A-Z collection of highlights from the iconic Fiend Folio monster collection for Dungeons and Dragons. Looking to be just an inch or two in size, these small wood cut pieces feature hand painted representations […]

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The ’59 HBC Bucks by ITEM and Rob Harpin

June 5, 2012

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As mentioned on the latest podcast, our main man, ITEM, has collaborated with Rob Harpin to create a series of 6 over-sized hockey cards, entitled The ’59 HBC Bucks. The pieces are 48″x72″ and are Acrylic, Paper, Gel on Plywood/MDF. These are part of The Works Art + Design Festival in Edmonton and are currently […]

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Quietly by Ken Keirns Opening at Rotofugi 03.09.1

March 9, 2012

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Our friends at Rotofugi are once again, bringing another amazing art show to their gallery. This time, they will be featuring the work of Chicago favorite, Ken Keirns, with his latest showing of new works, . The opening festivities take place this evening from 7pm-10pm. From Rotofugi: About the Artist Ken Keirns is a Northern […]

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Happy Year of the Dragon from Skinner!

January 23, 2012

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Happy Chinese New Year! It’s The Year of the Dragon, and who better to kick it off than our main man, Skinner, and his painting of Fin Fang Foom! For even more from Skinner, be sure to check out his official site here.

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Skeletor Wall in Buenos Aires

November 22, 2011

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Check out this amazing 24′x16′ mural by Argentinian artist Emy Mariani in downtown Buenos Aires! Skeletor has never looked cooler! For even more work from Emy Mariani, head over to his Facebook page here.

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“The Centurion Approaches” Painting by Smash Tokyo Toys and Robert Kim

November 17, 2011

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WOW! Check out this outstanding digital painting by Robert Kim of the incredible Seismic Centurion figure from Smash Tokyo Toys. I’ve always been a fan of the original resin Seismic Centurion figure, but this painting takes everything to the next proverbial level. Although nothing is set in stone yet, this image might be an indicator […]

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3 Man Weave Pop Up Art Show Tonight!

October 21, 2011

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Our main man, Revise CMW, along with Uriel Correa and Sam Alcarez, will have a pop-up show opening tonight in which they use their art to take over a raw vintage space on Chicago’s West Side. For Chicago people, this is a great chance to support ssome awesome local artists in an environment that’s guaranteed […]

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Prison Pit Art by Dieter VDO

October 18, 2011

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I recently happened upon this outstanding little piece of grotesque awesomeness by a personal favorite artist of mine, Dieter VDO. This image was revealed on his Flickr, which I highly recommend checking on the regular, if this sort of art is your cup of tea. For even more from Dieter VDO, be sure to check […]

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There is a Wanderlust Growing in Your Bones Opens Tonight at Rotofugi

October 14, 2011

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Tonight, October 14th, the Rotofugi Gallery will host the opening of There is a Wanderlust Growing in Your Bones, from the awesome Daniel Danger. The opening reception is from 7-10 pm. From Rotofugi: Daniel Danger is an illustrator and printmaker working out of New England. The son of an middle school art teacher married to […]

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