After a flight cancellation at Philadelphia International Airport last week, I found myself with time to kill; time to explore the airport at my leisure.
Inspired by Max Ernst and Dadaists as much as Greek mythology, much of Eric’s work consists of Hellish, surrealistic landscapes fused with organic elements.
Ben Tolman specialises in vast and mind-numbingly intricate ink works using no more than a micron pen, a steady hand, and inordinate amounts of patience.
Su Blackwell, a self-confessed reader herself, uses a combination of cut-out work, light boxes, and subtle coloration to bring her paper art to life,
Illustrator Chuck Groenink has a vibrant, almost naïve style which manages to be both lavishly nostalgic and simultaneously acutely aware of the zeitgeist.
Colette Fu’s work is so elaborate, so intricate, and chaotically beautiful, her mind must look something like the climactic scene from the movie Labyrinth
Aini Tolonen – a talented and accomplished photographer from Helsinki, Finland – is out to set the record straight about abstraction through the lens.