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Artists at Play: Patrick Lichty in the Virtual Realm

Artists at Play: Patrick Lichty in the Virtual Realm
The year is 2072. The world is a post-apocalyptic dystopia. Entire cities are in shambles from tactical nukes. Seven giant mega-corporations rein over powerless governments, and technology has advanced the internet to a vast 3-D matrix. Meanwhile, DNA mutations are sprinkling populations with magic-wielding “metahumans.” This is the world of Shadowrun, a role-playing game where cyberpunk and... 

Interview with Collage Artist Christopher Ilth

Interview with Collage Artist Christopher Ilth
Christopher Ilth is a self-taught artist born and raised in Chicago. Ilth began drawing as a child but now works primarily in collage. Heavily influenced by Surrealism and Dada, his meticulous compositions offer a striking combination of organic, mechanical, and political imagery. Ilth also recently hosted a group art show reflecting the aesthetic of the “trash rock” scene called Tarantisimo... 

Clown Soldier the Human Cannonball

Clown Soldier the Human Cannonball
Human Cannonball is whimsical, complex and endearingly hokey. Printmaker and street artist, “Clown Soldier” crosses traditional boundaries of formal and street community art, pushing forward the notion of what is “accepted” or coined “good art” and how those standards are set and practiced by artists, curators, art historians, enthusiasts, collectors, and all the... 
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