Pop Surrealism

Collection by Jane Stoll

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Pop surreal and lowbrow art

Jane Stoll

Sugar Maple

For Stranger Factory's "Late Season", with Amanda Louise Spayd and Chris Ryniak, November 2011. SOLD OUT!

Lost

Mixed feelings about the finished piece. But happy I attempted. Pencil & acrylic on paper.

Whimsical Paintings of Bizarre Underwater Scenes by Philip Giordano

Italian-born, Japan-based artist Philip Giordano paints humorous animal characters with textured, impressionistic brushstrokes — an unusual juxtaposition of traditional techniques and a cartoon-lik…

Lonesome at Midnite

Whenever I lay next to an open window at night or in the day when it's about to rain and I feel a cool breeze it reminds me of a moment in my past. I remember a lone tree in the middle of a large grassy yard, but I don't recall if it was real or if it was a dream. What I do remember was that at the moment in that time I was frightened right before I went to bed. I laid down in my bed next to an open window and for some reason or other this tree brought comfort. Of course, the tree looked…

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Brave New World

Signed, A3 Limited edition Print [30] Giclee Print on Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper 310 gsm

Issue One - Into the woods we go! - Tiny Pencil

It’s been an exciting week for Tiny Pencil as we’ve seen gorgeous proofs from our printer and the anthology is being beautifully litho-printed as we speak! Issue one grew to a massive 64 pages as there was just so much awesomeness to squeeze in! Now that it’s all off to the presses we’re super excited to finally show off the stunning front cover illustration by Showchicken (aka Nick Sheehy) above. Nick says the illustration made his hand hurt, but I’m sure you’ll agree the end result was…

Raymond Lemstra - Artist Profile - WOW x WOW

Raymond Lemstra was born in Groningen in the north of the Netherlands where he also attended art school. He later moved to Amsterdam and still lives...

Sergio Mora | ARTNAU

¿La obra de Sergio Mora puede ser más brutal? Lo dudo. — Sergio Mora