The souls and emotion of nature is captured in the ink drawings of Aleksandra Kabakova. Through intimately detailed line work, the Russian illustrator captures various moods of each environment she creates. The scenes wave between a lonely melancholy and child-like whimsy, giving viewers an emotional perception of each atmosphere. Attack Aleksandra! kabakova.com Twitter Instagram

  One can not help but to be struck with an air of childhood nostalgia when viewing the illustrations of Gabriella Barouch. A slightly muted color pallet of neutral tones emit a warmth that emphasize the highly detailed cast of characters in this imaginative narrative. Attack Gabriella Barouch! gabriellabarouch.com Facebook  

  The vividly colored ladies of Jeremiah Ketner’s paintings are instantly recognizable. They are dreamy, adorned with flowers, have a child-like innocence unique to each of them. The Chicago artist draws a lot of design and motif inspiration from the Japanese culture and now lives in Tokyo where he continues to create. Attack Jeremiah Ketner! … Continue reading Jeremiah Ketner

Johannah O’Donnell paints characters that shine boldly with brilliant shades of color, often found among cosmic landscapes. Her acrylic figures are influenced by vintage 70’s sci-fi illustrations and the American pop movement and uses figurative symbolism as a narrative surrounding ideas of the human condition. Attack Johannah O’Donnell! johannahodonnell.com * Instagram * Facebook