Randy Duburke, an award-winning artist, mostly his works featured in DC Comics, Marvel, MacMillian Books, The New York Times and so on... He spent the majority of his life in New York. Currently he lives with his family in Switzerland. Sometime ago, we had a great chance to talk about him about his career and creative process to this day....
The House, Sweet Dreams and A Light
Since she painted the picture book "The box", she has been working as a picture book creator and illustrator in South Korea. She held an exhibition with her original paintings from the picture book, "The box".
Conjuring of Animation Upon Lifeless Matter
Rachel Roberts / Sydney, Australia
In a Glass Atrium
Pip Craighead /Portland, North America
Shrinkings and Stoppage
She started visual art by exploring boundaries between picture books and fine art through studying Chinese Culture. She is interested in contradictions, layers within the individual. Especially the contradictions of different emotions, tastes and desires. She thinks that individuals are a disjointed, overlapping, and contradictory narrative. And...
Daft, Night Trees and Lost World
Ashton Trujillo /Portland, North America
Botanist, Forest and Listener
Adam Foy studied Sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art in the mid 2000s. Having worked on a variety of projects over the years including short films, music videos and animation, he currently works in the gallery sector alongside freelance photography and illustration projects. Through his personal work he constructs semi-improvised narratives that...
''...jazz is at the heart of my music, and it is not a particular style in jazz, but the spirit that underlies it that shapes who I am today.''
Japanese artist, born in 1967, utilizes discarded materials, such as cardboard boxes to create. She grew up in Aichi. She completed the B Semi Schooling System in Kanagawa. In 1995, Eri had the first showing of her works during the Hakushu Art Festival, Yamanashi. Since then, she has had a lot of art exhibitions and competitions, and has received...
Gary Clough from the Royal College of Art, gave us a brilliant interview about key subjects of Light and Memory which are storytelling, silent narratives, visual voices and sketchbooks.
The Line, the Cross, and the Grid
I have chosen the fundamental creative medium - the paper. The sheet of paper itself has its structure. Its surface radiates the back ground noise. It can be a quiet hum, monotonic white noise, or its own repetitive structure. Think about cosmic background radiation, which we see when we observe the waste emptiness of deep space. There is...
Sketch, exploration and comics
The use of the creative process as a tool to experiment with myself
and my environment, using the costume of drawing, allows me to interpret various perspectives in front of different situations and emotional states.
Although the idea of storytelling outside of the literature may seem a little strange at the beginning, while we walk through the layers of the artworks, we might realize that each artistic discipline creates a story by inventing its own unique language. In this case, we can think of storytelling as a form of conscious creation, which is one...
The mechanism of life and death, the path of existence and life. I started to make a grid as a symbol of these images. This grid is a geometrical structure of the law of cells and nerves. Expressed only in black and white with the negative / positive relationship inverted by the print technique, creating a double line. All...
Dr Dong is the Senior Lecturer at UCA, helping to lead the MA Illustration course. She was awarded a practice-based PhD at Cambridge School of Art, looking at using the physical form of the book-object as narrative language.
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