• JPO: Artist Making Headlines with Gap

    My Good Side - JPO art

    John Paul O’Grodnick, aka JPO, has put the Bronx on the map for contemporary art making headlines with his recent deal to create one-of-a-kind, limited edition jeans for Gap. Growing up in an artistic household in Connecticut, JPO says his dad’s music career and his older sister’s interest in New York art, was his early-age […]

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  • Artist Michael Alan On The Watch

    Michael Alan Art

    Just a quick visit to Michael Alan’s art studio, or his social-media presence, is guaranteed to prove that abstract painting is still alive amongst contemporary artists. The city never seizes to amaze with its art culture, and if we could have a top ten list of artists to invest in, artist Michael Alan – “an alien […]

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    Maho's drawing

    Compared to the mug, her hands look tiny. She smiles soothingly and sips the lukewarm tea. Everything about Maho oozes elegance and her je ne sais quoi reminds me of what she’s famous for: cute, frivolous peanuts. They dance and think, laugh and celebrate. They’re born entertainers and try to make the most of ‘the […]

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  • Tom Fruin: Polychromatic Landmarks

    Tom Fruin: Watertower

    Tom Fruin is a New York-based artist that is perhaps best known for creating a landmark for the borough and for Brooklyn art. The Watertower (a sculptural piece situated on a DUMBO rooftop) raises 20 ft. into the air off the Manhattan Bridge. Self-illuminated by natural daylight, this plexi-glass structure stands out like a rainbow […]

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  • Soy Marinero

    Don Rodo Marinero

    Doodled sketches and scribbled phrases. Don Rodo Marinero (Rodolfo Fuentes Gomez) is a Mexican multidisciplinary, contemporary artist. Using the mediums of painting, drawing and a fair amount of mobile photography, Marinero (in English “sailor”) is inspired in equal measure by spontaneity and relationships–whether personally or virtually experienced–in the modern world. I was introduced to the […]

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  • “Wearing a suit, heading to work while holding a paint bucket- the bad pedestrian. That’s me.”


    Bad Pedestrian Gregory Moncada is a contemporary, mixed-media artist predominantly working with collages, incorporating different organic elements. He has created a visual language and system that uses scotch tape to create unique geometric patterns, and then re-creates them on a canvas using paint. Another passion of his, aside from painting, is making journals where he […]

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  • Michelle Hunter: The Art in Neuroscience

    I Want

    Sometimes we tend to make decisions that later have us saying “what the hell was I thinking.” Actually, it’s a pretty regular thing for me and I can confess to at least ten dozen of those. But imagine if we were able to make only the right decisions. What would that look like? In her […]

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  • What’s hot, and not, at the AAF NYC

    Showcasing more than fifty galleries from around the world, the sixteenth addition of the Affordable Art Fair NYC opened its doors this week at The Tunnel in Chelsea. The mission of the AAF is to expose up-and-coming artists to the market by making their work accessible to collectors looking to invest in original, contemporary works […]

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