Featured Curator of the Week : Archan Nair [archanN]

Leontine Greenberg is a painter, puppet-maker, and prop designer. She lives in Jackson Heights, Queens with her husband, daughter and two cats. Leontine’s work has been shown at galleries around the country, including ThinkSpace Gallery, Gallery1988, C.A.V.E. Gallery and myplasticheart NYC. She is inspired by lost photographs, old boats, city rooftops, the coming environmental apocalypse and Beatrix Potter. Leontine loves to paint tiny floating creatures and post-human storybook anecdotes.

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Vasilj Godzh is a Russian designer and illustrator. Currently living and working in Moscow, Godzh got his formal training from Ulyanovsk College Of Culture. Using his beloved rotring pen as his tool to express what’s going on in his mind, he opens himself up to the events happening around him as his major inspiration.

A line is an object. When there are many lines — this is texture



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Jon Carling. “Bird Ark” “Kraken Too” “Kraken” “Bird Carriage” “The Scarebat”.

Jon Carling caught my eye right when I saw his work on my dashboard from my other blog. His drawings remind me of Tim Burton’s work, which, as stated in one of my earlier posts, is one of my favorite illustrators. Carling has really cool content and a creative mind.

Here is Carling’s website, which has a gallery, blogs, and lovely drawings to purchase as well. His etsy has some cool button designs as well (joncarling).

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