St. Louis, Missouri-based designer Kate Griffith Moore is back with these fantastic paper engineered monsters! As she puts it, “We all know monsters live under our beds, but how do such large creatures fit in such a small space? Monster Studies answers that conundrum. After years of anthropological … Read MoreGriffith Moore: Paper Monsters
Cat lovers get ready for HabiCat! Kate Griffith Moore‘s invention offers a stylish way for cats to play and for owners to feel good about having a giant cat toy in their abodes. We all know that cats are very particular about their things, but … Read MoreGriffith Moore: HabiCat
St. Louis-based illustrator Mike Hirshon‘s tall and narrow illustrative portraiture doesn’t stop at the face. His unique style feels like it belongs in a Sergio Leone western movie ca. 1965. Check out some of these awesome portraits of his.
St. Louis-based graphic designer & illustrator Parker Gibson has an extreme passion for design and digital art. The fact that (in the computer world) he can wake up and create something new every day is empowering and important to him. Parker participates in many collectives, such as Evokeone, … Read MoreParker Gibson: The Waiting Place
St. Louis, Missouri-based artist and educator Kimber Mallett has been heavily influenced by a statement that mid-twentieth century French philosopher Jean Baudrillard made. Baudrillard felt that America’s consumer society would result in its citizens replacing reality with what he termed “hyper-reality.” He felt that our world would … Read MoreKimber Mallett: 21st Century Abstract Expressionism