Michael Gullbrandson

Michael Gullbrandson
Michael Gullbrandson Michael Gullbrandson

I’m a guy who loves creating art. It’s been a passion for me for as long as I can remember and no matter what I do in life, I always get pulled back into it. For me art is a gateway into other realms, more exciting and much more interesting than our own mundane everyday world. Anything can happen in these realms and they keep the magic alive within me. If I want to steal away for a little while, all I have to do is lift my pen and start drawing something. I believe creativity is one of the most important aspects in life. The ability to dream of things beyond ourselves and having the skill to act upon it. Whatever the artform, whether it be drawing and painting, or being able to compose music and to play musical instruments, writing, sculpting or you name it; these things are among the most fundamental principals in mankind, and I’m immensely grateful for having the skill to be able to do my part on the art scene.

www.michaelgullbrandson.se
In: Art

Xeracx

Xeracx
Xeracx Xeracx

I am a digital artist currently leaving in California. I have been drawing for about 9 plus years. My main focus is on digital pinup art /fan art. I draw my images using a wacom intuos 4 tablet in photoshop. It takes me about 20-30 hours to draw each image. My other interests are programming/animation and web design. In my free time i like to play xbox. My favorite game is halo 5. I am 32 years old and have a dog name Twinky that i love so much.

www.xeracx.com
In: Art, Erotic, Pinups

Pulp Artists

Pulp Artists
Pulp Artists Pulp Artists

Basic biographical information about some of the artists that worked for the pulps. Each bio-page includes a sampling of chronological images to identify evolving styles. Feel free to ask questions or provide additional info.

Information is provided to broaden awareness of pulp magazine illustrators. This site is mainly concerned with pulps from 1930 to 1960, when technical advances in color printing led to a golden era of pulp art.

www.pulpartists.com
In: Art, Erotic, Vintage

Neil Riehle

Neil Riehle
Neil Riehle Neil Riehle

Raised on the ice planet Mn, Neil longed to find a place in the universe far from the wind and snow. After reaching young adulthood, he set sail on the solar winds, eventually settling on the star system California, earning a modest existence in the graphics trade. There he has remained, honing his skills in cartooning and art, engaging the new technologies presented in the computer age, and lurking on the fringes of the comic book establishment. This website is a portal to some of his interests and endeavors, and he hopes you will find something of value here to validate taking the time to visit.

neilriehle.deviantart.com
In: Art, Comics

Anthony Petrie

Anthony Petrie
Anthony Petrie Anthony Petrie

Anthony Petrie’s portfolio includes work across a broad range of mediums. He likes creating good design for good people, and has an unhealthy obsession with zombies. His headquarters are located in New York City, and he regularly displays work in Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, CA. Anthony has over 12 years of experience working with some of the largest brands in the world. His graphic design, illustration and product designs can be seen everywhere from the entertainment and broadcasting industries, to product and athletic brands.

www.anthonypetrie.com
In: Art, Design

Anna Rigby

Anna Rigby
Anna Rigby Anna Rigby

As a self-taught illustrator with a passion for imaginative style and fantasy fashion, Anna brings her unique style to life in digital art. Pulling inspiration from many popular novels and games, she fuses her visions with sub cultural genres. Featured in ImagineFX Magazine™ and Graduating with a BFA in Graphic Design in '03, Anna's skills and raw talents have brought her far in the world of illustration and design.

Currently Anna works as a commercial illustrator creating designs for many of the US lotteries. She also works on commissions creating various character designs concepts. Please check out both the illustration and design portfolios for examples.

www.annarigby.com
In: Art

Dan Harding

Dan Harding
Dan Harding Dan Harding

Dan Harding is an self-taught artist who grew up with a passion for anything to do with horror. Early on reading old horror zines, comics and books as well as an unhealthy amount of watching television. This sparked his interest in art, wanting to create his own monsters. He spent his teenage years doing art for friends and bands until he moved to PA for quite a few years where art had taken a back seat to life. In the late 90’s he began to feel the urge to get back into art so he started to pick up oil painting.

dan-harding.deviantart.com
In: Art

Dave Borba

Dave Borba
Dave Borba Dave Borba

Interaction is at the heart of my work, offering an invitation to reconnect to the world and our human experience through real, personal exchanges. We live in an era where moments of direct connection have become diluted, distracted and distanced by technology. Interactive and kinetic sculptures are my favorite way to encourage and inspire connectivity. There’s a tangible bond that happens when days and hours machining screws, hand cutting gears and carving wood come to life through the touch of the beholder. This interaction is where the work finds its meaning and I find my reward as an artist.

www.facebook.com/DaveBorbaArtist
In: Art, Sculpture

Jessica Harrison

Jessica Harrison
Jessica Harrison Jessica Harrison

Born in St Bees in 1982, Jessica moved to Scotland to study sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art in 2000, going on to do an MFA before completing a practice-led PhD in sculpture in 2013, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.

Working with a wide variety of materials from ceramics and marble to paint and digital collage, her practice explores the mechanics of perception and a fallibility of observation through an examination of the interaction between the visual and the tactile.

Her Interest lies in how we handle, interpret and navigate materials, objects and space and how this process can define the shape of the body. The things she makes propose a re-imagining of these definitions, offering an alternative shape to our perception of things, using the simplicity of materials to explore the complexity of the sensory body.

www.jessicaharrison.co.uk
In: Art, Sculpture
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