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DADAÏST CATS AND DOGS PORTRAITS

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Lola Dupré is a collage artist and illustrator currently working between Glasgow and the Isle of Arran, Scotland. She mainly works with paper and scissors, and makes an explicit reference to the Dada movement of the early twentieth century. After performing a serie of collages about Charlie the Cat in which the artist plays with felines portraits, she comes back with a serie of collages about dogs and cats. Her project, still ongoing, is still in progress. The artist is fascinated by animals, she admires “their honesty and beauty”, which explains the topic choice. She wants to continue this project by including various animals, considering them as beings in their own right, who are “our equals”: Lola Duprè wishes to work with “Raccoons, cows, horses, blackbirds, foxes, hedgehogs, sheeps and more »

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THE PLAYFUL ILLUSTRATIONS OF CRAIGIO HOPSON

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Craigio graduated from Kingston Upon Thames University London in 1994 with a BA (hons) degree in illustration & graphics. He remained in London working as a freelance illustrator for the next decade, creating unique art for a wide range of newspapers, magazines, publishers, design groups & advertising agencies. In 2004 Craigio Hopson decided to spread his creative wings further afield, working in both Spain & Japan, before finally making a cosy creative nest in the tropics of Thailand where he chirps happily with his family today.

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THE PARALLEL WORLD OF BARBARA DANIELS ILLUSTRATIONS

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Imagine our modern society with the roles of humans and animals reversed. What would it look like? How would it feel to be dominated by another species? Barbara Daniels‘ current artwork strives to answer these questions, drawing inspiration from real world situations and events.
The idea of exploring our relationships with animals through role reversal evolved from a sketch on a napkin in a Strasbourg Café. After moving from California to Berlin in 2013, it became her primary artistic focus and led to the creation of the painting “Happy Farms” and the ongoing series “Dominion over Man”.
Since graduating in 2005 with a fine art degree from GMIT in Galway, Ireland, She has never stopped striving to be a master of her craft. She thoroughly researches the ideas presented in her art and her careful attention to detail is a painstaking labour of love.
Although life has taken Barbara many places, her heart will always remain in the tiny village of Drimkeary, Ireland, where she grew up. The murals she painted on the walls in my old bedroom are still there today to tell the story of how her journey as an artist began.

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PLAYBOY FOR BUTCHER BILLY

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Playboy commissioned Butcher Billy to reinterpret some of their most classic magazine covers of all time through the lenses of pop culture – turning Playboy Bunnies into comic book heroes and villains – as a branded content leading up to San Diego Comic Con 2018. Watch previously works of Butcher Billy on Fool Dot.

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THE SUBTLY SURREAL ILLUSTRATIONS OF DANAE DIAZ

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Danae Diaz is a Spanish born illustrator and animation artist based in Germany. Danae Diaz has worked together with numerous animation studios, newspapers (as Die Zeit, The Guardian, Neue Zürcher Zeitung) and magazines (Wallpaper*, Wired UK), advertising agencies, publishing houses, and others. Her animation work has been shown among others at Illustrative festival, Pictoplasma and Gallery Nucleus and at film and animation festivals worldwide. Her figurative work gravitates between animation and illustration, combines line and color, plays with perspective and is subtly surreal. She is always excited to find new collaborations and challenges.

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ILLUSTRATIONS AND ANTAGONISM BY DOUG CHAYKA

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Doug Chayka grew up in Weedsport, New York and attended Rochester Institute of Technology to study illustration and graphic design. Shortly after graduating, he moved to Kansas City to study further under one of his illustration heroes, Mark English, Doug’s first big influence and an early mentor. Doug Chayka began freelancing there in the late ’90’s and landed his first editorial assignments at the Kansas City Star while also working on the first picture book projects. A few years later Doug began to travel extensively in Europe and eventually stayed in Berlin, where he studied painting and printmaking as a Fulbright scholar at The Berlin University of the Arts from 2000-2002. Many different people and places have helped shape his point of view as an artist. It’s a process that is ongoing and grows with every new client and each unique challenge.

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Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

Illustrations and antagonism by Doug Chayka

All images © Doug Chayka

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