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Barry McGee

Born 1966 in San Francisco, California.
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Fabio Lattanzi Antinori



LucyandBart is a collaboration between Lucy McRae and Bart Hess described as an instinctual stalking of fashion, architecture, performance and the body. They share a fascination with genetic manipulation and beauty expression. Unconsciously their work touches upon these themes, however it is not their intention to communicate this. They work in a primitive and limitless way creating future human shapes, blindly discovering low – tech prosthetic ways for human enhancement.'

Ryohey Hase


Jessica Dimmock


Sofi Zezmer

Born 1959 in Lodz, Poland.
Lives and works in Wiesbaden, Germany
Sofi Zezmer on Mike Weiss Gallery

Stephanie Pflaum

Born 1971
Lives and works in Vienna and Altenberg, Austria
Stephanie Pflaum on Mike weiss Gallery

Sylvia Ji

Born in 1982, San Franicisco

Ian Pedigo

Born in Anchorage, Alaska, 1973


Kepa Rasmussen...I appreciate a lot the works of this man!!
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Thomas Allen

Allen's photographs are inspired by his childhood experiences with pop-up books and View-Masters. He begins his process by cutting figures and images out of illustrated pages of old books and vintage fiction novels. Allen then cleverly rearranges and juxtaposes the forms to create three-dimensional scenes. Next, he carefully lights his subjects and photographs the scenes.
When separated from their original stories, the figures take on fresh roles in entirely new situations. Yet they retain their intended purpose of storytelling. Characters and objects originally created as two-dimensional illustrations are raised from their pages and given new life in three-dimensional space. The figures return back to two-dimensional objects, this time in the form of a photograph.
The work combines the humor of children's pop-up books, the nostalgia of dime novels, and the drama of the stage. Allen's inventive and evocative photographs capture characters and events in mid-action. And the viewer is left to wonder what will happen next.

D*Face Interview

D*Face BIO
Working with a variety of mediums and techniques, D*Face uses a family of dysfunctional characters to satirise and hold to ransom all that falls into their grasp a welcome jolt of subversion in today's media-saturated environment. His aim is to encourage the public not just to 'see', but to look at what surrounds them and their lives. Recent examples include his collaboration with H.R.H Queen Elizabeth II on a series of bank notes that were put into circulation for an unsuspecting public to notice them in their change. Then, to commemorate the instatement of Pope Benedict XVI, the Vatican commissioned D*Face to paint a portrait. The piece was shown for the first time at the Outside Institute in May 2005, as well as on MTV Rome, to critical acclaim.

What is D*face exactly?

D*Face: D*Face is a secret government project, started about 10 years ago to test the publics awareness and resistance when faced with an alternative to the mundane advertising that surrounds our public domain. There is no specific goal, conclusion or end it merely serves to test cause and reaction.

How did you get into illustration work?

D*Face: After I managed to get myself through school, failing all of the 'academic' subjects, due to skating, graffiti and generally fucking around, I somehow managed to get into a college for photography. But again, I just got stoned and fucked around for a couple years and realized I was never going to be a professional photographer. My mum was like 'well, I'll get you a job at the bank', my dad was like 'I'll get you a job as a mechanic' and I was thinking what the hell are the two of you talking about. I wanted to be a student, and bum around for a few more years. I was looking into this animation and illustration program, totally expecting not to get in. Luckily I got an interview and had this tutor that was totally into the same stuff as me and gave me a place on the spot. That one guy changed the direction I was going. Once I started that coarse I realized that all these magazines like Thrasher, with Jim Philips art and punk music and skateboard culture, was something that you could do with your life and make a living at it. There was this moment when everything I had been into in my past locked and all the suddenly made sense. If I was not doing this God knows what I would be doing.

How much other street work are you doing these days?

D*Face: A lot less than I would like to be doing and a lot less than I have done in the past. It is always a difficult thing. I mean my heart lies in the street. That is where I come from and how this whole thing has come about. It is a slightly different feeling with a gallery show. Obviously, if I am doing a show in a gallery I want to at least succeed with it and put as much into it as possible. I also had a kid last year, so my weekends are spent with my family. Evenings I am trying to get home at a reasonable hour, which does not always happen, as I am sure you can understand. We do a lot of street work when we travel. Did a bunch of stuff in Norway and try to do as much as we can when we come to New York. Not as much stuff as I would have liked but New York can be a difficult place to put stuff up these days.

Complete interview on Fecal Face.

EDIBLE is a London-based supplier of unusual food items such as chocolate covered giant ants, civet coffee, reindeer pate, and other odd eats of, er, questionable taste. Above left is Thai Green Crocodile Curry from Bangkok.



Jean Lecointre

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Pixelgarten is a small bureau for multidisciplinary creation based in Frankfurt am Main Germany. It was founded by Catrin Altenbrandt and Adrian Niessler. We have been working for various clients in many fields of design including Illustration, Fashion, Corporate Identity and Editorial Design.

Daisy Balloon (RIE HOSOKAI)



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Miki Nitadori / Combat


FREAKIN'SITNIE | Unwired 2008

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Alex Dodge

Born in 1977, Denver, Colorado. Now living and working in Brooklyn, NY.

Wolfgang Pietrzok

Wolfgang Pietrzok born in Germany in 1949.

Eros Hoagland

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Skate Study House

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