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Illustrator Profile - Gary Taxali: "Only do the work you love"

By Robert Newman   Thursday July 28, 2016

Gary Taxali is an illustrator and artist based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. His distinctive "pop surrealism" imagery has appeared in countless magazines and publications, books, CD covers, product design, and even a series of coins created by the Royal Canadian Mint. Taxali has also had his art exhibited in galleries around the world. He'll be part of the Cluster group show opening August ...   Read the full Story >>

Photographer Profile - Andy Goodwin: "I wanted to know how they spent their time in jail, and what it was like when they came out."

By David Schonauer   Tuesday July 26, 2016

Andy Goodwin is a commercial photographer based in Frankfort, Illinois, a southern suburb of Chicago, who has built up an impressive commercial business working for companies like John Deere, PNC Bank, and Chesapeake Energy. But when he had some free time earlier this year, he began a project that took him in an entirely new direction - making a short video documentary about people who ...   Read the full Story >>

Illustrator Profile - Tuna Bora: "Decide what it is that you're passionate about, and make a commitment to follow it"

By Robert Newman   Thursday July 21, 2016

Tuna Bora is a Los Angeles-based illustrator, animator, character developer, designer and artist who worked has appeared in commercials, galleries, music videos, book covers and much more. Her work is elegant and graceful, with stylistic nods to mid-century illustration and animation. Although the bulk of Bora's work is in animation, she says "I've sampled a bit of everything." Bora works in an ...   Read the full Story >>

Photographer Profile - Paula Bronstein: "The world would rather forget Afghanistan"

By David Schonauer   Tuesday July 19, 2016

Photojournalist Paula Bronstein first went to Afghanistan in December of 2001, when the US began driving the Taliban from power following the 9/11 attacks in New York. Fifteen years later she is still covering what has become America's longest war. Bronstein has returned to Afghanistan yearly to document the conflict's lasting impact on the people of the country, and now she ...   Read the full Story >>

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