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Influential Voices: An Interview With John Trippe (Fecal Face)

Illustrator Spotlight: DOOOM

Roth Printing

 

A selection of simple tattoo-inspired graphics for bands and brands by the mysterious UK-based illustrator known only as DOOOM. See more below.

Illustrator Spotlight: DOOOM

Roth Printing

 

A selection of simple tattoo-inspired graphics for bands and brands by the mysterious UK-based illustrator known only as DOOOM. See more below.

Artist JR’s Latest Large-Scale Installation on the U.S.-Mexico Border

Image from JR’s Twitter

 

French artist JR has just installed his first work in Mexico, on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border in Tecate. The nearly 70-ft tall image is of a 1-year old name Kikito, who lives in Tecate. The installation comes in the same week Trump orders to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the program protecting young undocumented immigrants from deportation.

The artwork will be visible from the U.S. side of the Tecate border for a month. Have a look at more images and video of its construction below.

“RomCom” New Paintings by Artist Alex Gardner

Alex Gardner’s first solo show in New York opens tonight at The Hole, alongside Morgan Blair’s debut solo show. “RomCom” features 14 new acrylic on linen paintings by the Long Beach-based artist. See more images below.

“TL;DR” New Paintings by Artist Morgan Blair

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Artist Morgan Blair’s debut solo show is one of two exhibitions opening tonight at The Hole in New York. “TL;DR” features seven new works composed of airbrush and sand. See more below!

Reader Submission: Melissa Arendt

“Nugget Series” drawings by Melissa Arendt, found via our September Reader Submissions. See more below.

“Train of Thought” by Photographer Damien Rayuela

“Train of Thought” is a photo series by photographer Damien Rayuela, shot on the longest railway line in the world, the Trans-Siberian. The legendary rail connects Europe and Asia across 9289km from Moscow to Vladivostok. The journey is not one that tourists usually take, and Rayuela says “one’s senses get sharpened by the constant rocking of the train, the limited space one’s bound to share with strangers for days and nights and the hypnotizing Siberian landscape unfolding outside. There’s the magic of distance, place and time for something very unique to be felt. What follows is my attempt to grasp a bit of it.”

See more images from the series below.