Jeremy Booth

 

Jeremy Booth‘s illustrations are bold, colorful, and full of influence from the 60s. His pop art style favors hard edges, lots of highlights and shadows, and at the end of the day it’s all beautifully simple. The images here are all digital illustrations, but the Louisville, Kentucky-based Booth also creates paintings with a similar look and feel.

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Print Edition: May 2018

Wildflowers of Texas by Leah Duncan

 

Pink and Orange Forever by Stephanie Henderson

 

Whole As I Am by Frances Cannon

 

Perceptive Dream by 83 Oranges

 

Times New Romantic by barrakuz

 

Pallettable Painting by Adam Hillman

 

Sweater Struggles by Rebecca Flattley

 

Summer Storm Abstract by Erika Firm

 

Evergreen Escape by Belle & Union (check out the entire series!)

 

Kiss Me by Angela Chrusciaki Blehm

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Sanda Anderlon

 

Croatian artist Sanda Anderlon‘s collages don’t ask, they demand to be looked at closer. There’s an entire world waiting to be discovered in each of her large scale pieces! I implore you to check out her entire portfolio, closeups included, you won’t be disappointed.

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Kristina Krogh

 

Kristina Krogh uses the magic of light, shadow, color, and contrast to create her clean compositions. Geometric and organic shapes, as well as patterns and tactile surfaces, are some of the things that she’s inspired by that end up represented in her work. I’d love to have one of her large prints in my entryway.

 

 

 

 

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Odeta Xheka

 

Odeta Xheka divides the art she creates into three categories: beautiful and brash abstracts, gorgeous and gutsy photographed collages, and children’s art that is as real as it is surreal. She aims to achieve not only creativity, but emotion and humanity with each piece. These are all photographed collages that are full of color and texture and perspective, light and shadow and reflection.

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Kirsty Templeton Davidge

 

Everyone always says how much you can tell about a person from their eyes, but I’ve always thought that hands tell an equally interesting story. Painter Kirsty Templeton Davidge‘s latest series focuses on the cropped midsections of her subjects, relying on their hands, backs, and clothing to tell each narrative.

 

 

 

 

 

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Melanie Biehle

 

It’s always a special treat when I have the chance to feature the work of a friend. I’ve known Melanie Biehle for several years, and it’s been incredible to watch the creative journey she’s taken as her painting style has grown and evolved. My favorites at the moment are the seemingly self-contained cityscapes she builds out of nothing.

I use watercolors, gouache, acrylics, oils, and pastels  to translate inspiration from my travels, whether the journey is just down the street or across a wide ocean. I’m inspired by the architecture and energy of cities and the movement and meditative qualities of oceans and lakes. My work is strongly influenced by street art, 60s romantic comedies, mid-century modern textiles, and Southern California surf culture.

I have a tendency to obsessively collect images. This practice inspires my art narratives, abstract paintings, and surface designs. I capture color palettes, patterns, and motifs from the rough texture of seashells, the interesting shapes of a building, glossy fashion editorials, and my personal library of contemporary art and mid-century modern design books.

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Brooke DiDonato

 

I think we could all use the opportunity to step out of our own reality and step into someone else’s for a bit, don’t you? Brooke DiDonato is a New York-based visual artist who creates what some might consider tense situations before capturing them as photos. I, however, am not opposed to a toilet overflowing with flowers!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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BEEcosystem

 

If you didn’t know, honeybees are sort of in crisis mode right now, they’re declining in record numbers due to a phenomenon called Colony Collapse Disorder. With an aim to educate people about the importance of pollination, eco-driven designers Dustin Betz and Mike Zaengle created BEEcosystem, a modular observation beehive. The BEEcosystem is a honeybee hive designed to make pollinator education more accessible to everyone, from hobbyists to agri/ecotourism and institutional educators. It’s indoor/outdoor wall-mountable and modular, and can grow along with your colony inside.

 

 

 

 

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