Rachel Hanke's strikingly realistic yet fantastic portraits really caught my eye on Twitter a while back and I'm glad we were able to feature her in this week's Creators to Watch in TUBE. Magazine.
The watercolor creepiness of Isabella Ragazzi's work really draws the viewer in. And if you like creepy, her silent comic The Crooked Man is full of it. Learn more about her in my TUBE. Magazine article.
Desaree Deckard was a really interesting and lovely WILT subject. She put together a great playlist and also gave great advice to creatives looking to balance their projects with full-time work. Learn more about her in my TUBE. Magazine article.
The immersive magic of Irina Nordsol's work is entrancing. You can really tell there's a story and a world there and the image is only the tip of the iceberg. Learn more about her and her work in my TUBE. Magazine article.
The bright colors and whimsy of Akemi Art's work make me so happy. That along with the artist's style really stood out to me when I found them on Twitter. Learn more about them and their art in my TUBE. Magazine article.
Abigail Larson's art makes the little goth girl in me sigh with delight. I absolutely love her illustrations and her art store is a danger to my wallet. Learn more about her and her work in my TUBE. Magazine article.
When I saw Stefania Russo's work I knew I had to run it for the Halloween edition of Creators to Watch. It's creepy, dark, beautiful and a bit bloody. Learn more about her and her work in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I enjoyed my interview with Benjamin Bradley, which was over the phone, a rarity for me these days. I actually spoke to Bradley in the summer but we had to push his WILT back because of our editorial calendar, so I'm really glad his interview is finally here. Read all about him and his awesome... Continue Reading →