Blythe Crowe (AWOL)
Blythe is a sixteen year old stencil artist who has been working with her medium for around four years now. Otherwise know as AWOL Blythe founded the project Society, a project based on collected peoples life stories from around the world and transforming these into art.
The self taught artist has many idols including Blek le Rat, banksy, Shepherd Fairey and C215.
AWOL stands for Artist With Out Limits. Starting with simply placing stickers on items as a young thirteen year old girl Blythe has grown to become quite a notorious street artist, some of her accomplishments include:
- Featuring in Blue Canvas Magazine and Australian Yen Magazine
- Showcasing in California: Urban Artspace
- Painting a mural for the Edge Gallery in Denver
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This artist's work is unique, based mainly around the use of Pencil and charcoal converted into prints creates mesmerizing pieces of art. This combination of medium gives all of his pieces a fantastic depth and quality.
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Cyan Aperture, better known as Liam Mcaleer is a photographer with unique perspective and shots. The name Cyan Aperture originates from Liam's favourite colour, this lead to the creation of the brilliant photographer as he learnt and understood how everybody perceives colour in their own way. This rare understanding is what gives Liam his unique and subtle range of colours in his photos.
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52 Faces is a produced and run by design student Jack Clarke. The focus of the project is to explore as many different typefaces as possible over the course of one year, the result being 52 contrasting and creative typefaces.
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Matt Cipollone is an artist and photographer based out of Baltimore, Maryland. His prints are inspired by his unique view of diverse urban landscapes and his passion for creating artwork from scenes that would ordinarily go unnoticed in daily life.
Matt’s work can be purchased as both high-quality stretched canvas and fine art paper prints.
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TOMPOP is a budding designer and artist based in Manchester with a love for minimalist and modern photography. Inspired by mid 20th aesthetics, he crafts color and tone into something tangible.
As you can clearly see there is a brilliant understanding and partnership between colour and TOMPOP's work, this combination is one which personally we would love to see more often.
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Tangerine Art co. (Marc John Allen)
John is based in Blackpool, England and describes his work as bold, colourful and expressionistic pop art which engages both the fine art critic as well as the inner geek. The majority of his work is digitally produced, although he does also paint. Most of his art is influenced by games, movies and comic books, all are which a major thread throughout his work. His other influence is the dash of colour and brightness which his town gives him. Personally I think that Marc's work is within the perfect balance, of digital, yet when you look you see fine grains of craftsmenship and tecture throughout.
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