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This past Saturday, August 29th, Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco opened “Diffused”, a new body of work from Los Angeles artist Dan Quintana.  The collection of painting and charcoal drawings that Quintana has created for this exhibit will take your breath away in the most haunting ways possible.  The images feature decaying demons who hang alongside beautiful inhabitants of a bleak and dreary world.


Digital illustrator and mixed media artist Antonio Páramo hails from Cologne, Germany and creates minimalistic yet bold works of art by combining clean digital illustrations of sultry beauties with geometric shapes, photographs, and paint smears.


Traveling to new places and hanging with the wrong crowds has never been easier, thanks to german photographer Olaf Martens.  The artist takes you on a tour of his eerily whimsical worlds using striking color compositions and hard lighting that make for a beautifully constructed in-your-face presentation of a life without consequence.


Illustrator and painter Oriol Angrill Jordà is well-versed in many mediums ranging from watercolors to printmaking, and everything in-between.  His images convey a sense of calmness and feature beautiful, empowered women in dreamlike atmospheres.


Don’t miss the chance to see Oda & King’s work in person.  They currently have work on display as part of “Transfigure“, a three-person exhibit which opened at the Last Rites gallery in New York on August 22nd.  The show runs until October 3rd and also features Alex Garant and Sarah Joncas.


Scott Scheidly will tell you he has never worked a day in his life.  Instead the Orlando-based artist successfully earns a living by creating insanely detailed and imaginative paintings that reflect life, wonder, and the universal connection ...Continue Reading


Tess Martin is an independent animator who works with cut­-outs, ink, paint, & sand. Her most recent award­-winning film is The Lost Mariner, an animated interpretation of an Oliver Sacks case study. Tess also curates a touring program of films from the Pacific Northwest as well as a monthly animation event in the Netherlands.  These are her favorite things.


Using a scratch-board and a keen eye for composition, Paris illustrator Nicolas Delort is able to create stunning monochromatic images reminiscent of the master Gustave Dore.  His images reflect a sense wonder and imagination, and his reint ...Continue Reading


Kevin Titzer is a sculptor of fantastically intricate wood and metal figures that inhabit a cobbled together world of Dodo chariots, macabre dentistry, and archaic flight machines. Most of his sculptures have darkly comic undertones with either madly smiling or apathetic faces. His incredibly highly individualized work seems as if it could be from any century. Using found objects, often antique, and his own hand-crafted elements gives his work a unique presence.


David Gremard Romero’s paintings are redolent of Classical allegory and executed in a technique that recalls the late Renaissance and the subtle nuances of Mannerist portraits.

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About Us

Welcome to ArtAttacksOnline.com! We exist to provide an online resource of today’s most talked about Contemporary, Surreal, and Pop art, with in-depth artist interviews and a vast collection of multi-media images.

We accept all submissions.
Submit@artattacksonline.com