The always impressive Jim Houser recently opened his latest solo exhibition ‘Search Party’ at Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York. These images of the show are taken from Arrested Motion. The show is up until 4 May so if you are in New York be sure to go check it out in person.
More images from the show can be seen over at Arrested Motion:
After a successful run last year, Water For Water are bringing back their Limited Edition Artist designed Christmas Cards. This year The Hours has partnered with Water For Water to curate the limited edition Christmas Card packs, resulting in 5 new designs by Ghostpatrol, Kyle Hughes-Odgers, Bennett, Kareena Zerefos and Sid Tapia.
By purchasing a pack of these Christmas Cards you’ll be spreading Christmas joy further than you think with 100% of the profits from the sale of the cards going directly into Water For Water’s clean water projects, providing communities with access to clean drinking water.
German artists Low Bros have been producing some great work lately, here is a selection of some of their wall murals around Europe over the last couple of years.
Geoff created a series of 10 new acrylic paintings on canvas in his distinctive and reductive style, giving each different subject the same treatment and refinery. In the artist’s own words: “Images are central to my painting. The images are varied, while my treatment of them is very consistent. The imagery is refined to a point of anonymous functionality. The paintings are meant to feel as if they were pulled directly from the lexicon. I paint some things because they are things that I have seen, but more importantly, I believe they are things that the viewer has seen. I am painting from life, but not life purely found in the landscape, but the also psychological, mediated, and transcendental world that infects our consciousness.”
Images and text courtesy of the gallery, more info here.