Combining themes from 'Flowers for Algernon' with post-election chaos, artist Gregory Eddi Jones’ collage art is just what 2017 needs.
Marcel Lisboa creates fragmented worlds inspired by the Baroque era.
“'Buck $hot to the Soul' concerns itself with what we don’t talk about at the dinner table—money, drugs, religion, guns, and flags," says Laura Kimpton.
The artist's digital paintings are like miniature island utopias—shiny, colorful, and bright, but with something uncanny looming in the distance.
Vintage ads and models collide with flowers and space in Peter Nudo's psychedelic portraits.
Mathias Vef's "digital ecosystems" are ripe with the overgrowth and infestation of visual culture.
Her new exhibition, "Frames Of The Visible," opens on April 23rd and includes a nuanced take on war imagery.
By extracting infrastructures from Google Maps, Jenny Odell recreates landscapes of power, manufacturing, waste, and transportation.
Dublin-based artist, Eilis McDonald, has a lot to say about the digital-meets-physical art realm.
New website lets you create digital pastiches sans Mod Podge.
Yuming’s collages—now on view at New York’s ArtGate Gallery—reflect the congested state of modern living. We spoke with her about the importance of keeping her roots planted.