London-based illustrator and graphic designer Thumbs grew up with a passion for skateboarding and the art surrounding it, as well as 90’s cartoons and comic books.
In the 1980s, people were into big hair because the celebs had big hair. And it wasn’t all that hard to get big hair, either. You just needed to make sure that you grew your hair out, and then you permed them and teased them. Hair spray was a crucial tool, along with the ubiquitous mousse.
British artist Sue Austin creates multimedia, performance, and installation art, using her wheelchair as a means to explore new patterns of movement. In 2012, Austin was commissioned to create a series of multimedia events as part of that year’s Cultural Olympiad, in conjunction with the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics.
Eugeniya Dudnikova is a Russian painter who realized a project mixing street art and painting, entitled “Painting on trees”. Inspired by the surrounding landscapes, the project was realized in different cities and suburbs, in the middle of parks and forests.
Illustrator David Álvarez is fascinated by working with shadows and light, finding black and white drawings to be one of his favorite ways to solve the images he conjures in his head. His most recent series, I Dreamed I Was the Night, follows a dark figure as it stalks, sits, and sleeps throughout the countryside.
Mr. Flower fanstic is a New York creative sculpturer who crafts ridiculously stunning foot wears from his flower shop. Several of his works are original creation and design of his and others are cpies of known shoe brands.But don’t get too excited as they aren’t for the out doors. Mr.