Eric Yahnker

Posted in Art by peeped on February 12, 2011

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Leif Podhajsky

Posted in Art by peeped on August 29, 2010


Ralph Goings

Posted in Art by peeped on December 8, 2009

“My paintings are about light, about the way things look in their environment and especially about how things look painted. Form, color and space are at the whim of reality, their discovery and organization is the assignment of the realist painter.”  Ralph Goings, 1978.


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John Stezaker

Posted in Art by peeped on September 4, 2009


Juxtaposing photographs found in magazines, books and on postcards John Stezaker creates delightfully obtuse collages which more often than not play around with facial features to surreal and unsettling effect. A small body of his work can currently be seen at the Saatchi Gallery, London.


Leandro Erlich

Posted in Art by peeped on August 29, 2009




Leandro Erlich aims to create art which challenges our idea of reality. Phycological and spatial illusions are created through his installations.

Chris Jordan

Posted in Art, Photography by peeped on August 15, 2009





Although rather literal and didactic at times, Chris Jordan’s artwork is rarely short of stunning. His meticulously executed works usually project a message  of some sorts – normally very obviously. For example, the above needs little explanation- a reworking of the Van Gogh painting: 200,000 cigarette boxes = approximately the number of Americans who die from cigarette smoke every 6 months. The message is clear.


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Jim Gaylord

Posted in Art by peeped on July 16, 2009


Jim Gaylord (alright calm down at the back) works by compositing still images from special effects and stunt sequences in films. The above work entitled ‘Nobody’s Perfect’ is, believe it or not, a number of scenes from the film Final Destination 2. Certain sections of the frame are isolated and rendered as the silk screen areas – such is the breakdown and re-shuffling of these frames, the original material is almost entirely unrecognisable in the final composition.


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Paul Davis

Posted in Art by peeped on June 10, 2009


Paul Davis is a British born artist and illustrator who, alongside other projects, creates delightfully bleak algorithm sketches. He is currently exhibiting at the Castor + Pollux Gallery in Brighton, England. His website is great.


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John Baldessari

Posted in Art by peeped on May 18, 2009


John Baldessari is an American conceptual artist who, over his prolific career, has been featured in over 200 solo shows. He has been descibed as “one of the most influential artists to emerge since the mid-1960s” and has worked with a range of media including composite photocollages, video installations and phototext canvases . In 1970 he moved to his studio in Santa Monica, LA from which he has resisted the natural move to New York art scene ever since. Here, he currently lectures at the University of California alongside creating and curating his numerous exhibitions (he had 5 solo exhibitions in 2007 alone) . Read an interview here and click below for a random selection of the artist’s work from throughout his career.


Richard Patterson

Posted in Art by peeped on March 20, 2009


Richard Patterson is a British born artist now living and working in Dallas. It is this city which plays host to the artist’s latest show taking place at the Goss – Michael Foundation. Patterson is perhaps most famous for his aggressive textured style inwhich photo-realism sits alongside bold expressive brush strokes to eye-catching effect. Click below for more.