Creators to Watch: Caroline Jamhour
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Creators to Watch: Caroline Jamhour

Brazilian self-taught artist Caroline Jamhour creates dark, dynamic pieces, using her work to “explore the realms of mysticism, myths, and fantasy,” as she told TUBE. in a recent email. “My pieces are mostly connected to personal experiences, involving my own emotions and spirituality, and the presence of opposites or ambiguities: angels and devils, dark and light, … Continue reading

Creators to Watch: Cryo
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Creators to Watch: Cryo

Cryo (aka Cryoclaire aka Mary Safro) is a former video game artist turned 2D illustrator. The UK based Latvian native is the co-creator (with Io Black) of Drugs & Wires a webcomic that explores an alternate history 1990s “where advanced cybernetics live alongside floppy disks and off-brand ICQ messengers,” as she told TUBE. in a recent email. The … Continue reading

Exhibits to See: The Cycle by Cyrus Tilton
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Exhibits to See: The Cycle by Cyrus Tilton

Locusts are swarming the Crocker. Made of muslin, bamboo, tulle, and steel, they fill the exhibit rooms, poised and ready to consume everything in sight. This is Cyrus Tilton’s vision of humanity: a crawling, swarming, insatiable cautionary tale of mass consumerism and environmental desecration. The artist was first inspired to create The Cycle by the huge … Continue reading

Creators to Watch: Christian Orrillo
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Creators to Watch: Christian Orrillo

Christian Orrillo’s gorgeous multi-colored portraits are eye-catching, alien, and ethereal. The South American artist (originally from Cajamarca, Peru and currently based in Chile), was first inspired by manga and Disney animation, and he has carried the themes of bright color, beauty, futurism with him as his work evolved.  “In each work, I seek to entertain … Continue reading

Creators To Watch: Tyler Feder
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Creators To Watch: Tyler Feder

Illustrator Tyler Feder is working to inspire and empower with her art. In her pieces, she recasts classics with intersectionality, embraces the body, and loves to showcase many kinds of people, especially she says, women and non-binary people. She is inspired by “intersectional feminism, mental health, body acceptance, and pop culture,” as she recently told … Continue reading