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If there’s one thing we know for certain, it’s that the world needs more melancholy space-cats holding muffins. Moon Muffin is one of the latest paintings by Indiana based artist Mab Graves and is part of her Spectrum solo exhibition at the Auguste Clown Gallery in Fitzroy, Victoria, Australia through May 3, 2015.

With a style reminiscent of Margaret Keane (the subject of Tim Burton’s 2014 film Big Eyes), the Spectrum paintings feature a world of big-eyed Blythes as space explorers and goddesses along with a host of animal sidekicks and surreal scientific specimens.

Head over to the Auguste Clown Gallery website to view the entire Spectrum exhibit and visit Mab Graves’ website to check out even more of her artowrk.

[via Hi-Fructose]

We’ve just received a box of issues of Hi-Fructose Vol. 34 signed by cover artist Margaret Keane herself! We will be making these available on Thursday at noon PST in our online store. Hi-Fructose will donate 100% of the proceeds to UNICEF. Only 40 of these issues will be available for purchase, with a limit of two per person. Thanks very much to Margaret and the Keane Eyes Gallery for making this possible. Check out a few snapshots from the issue on our blog

One of my newest photographs will be featured at the Eye Gallery in the Teti Library at the New Hampshire Institute of Art as a part of the Eye on Professional Artists show. This show was judged by Jessica Pappathan from McGowan Fine Art, and my piece is also featured on the McGowan Fine Art blog.

The show will be up April 3 - April 26 with the opening reception April 3rd at noon!

Have a piece in the Eye on Professional Artists show

Eye on Professional Artists
Opening at the Eye Gallery on Wednesday,  April 3rd at noon
Join us in celebrating the accomplishments of NHIA’s 
Professional Artist Classes

Teti Library, Fuller Hall

April Alterisio–GagnonCrackle Jar, ceramic raku, 2013

Works in the show were juried by Jessica Pappathan of McGowan Fine Art of Concord, NH
http://www.mcgowanfineart.com/

Yaniel, by Kate Burmak

Kate Burmak is another amazing artist who has become one of my heroines in the fantasy art world. I particularly love her work for Paizo’s Pathfinder series. As well as great heroines, Kate offers a stellar selection of demons, monsters, battles, deities, and landscapes for the fantasy nerd in all of us. I’ve used Kate’s awesome work in the past and keep an eye on her galleries for future writeups.

The paladin Yaniel is a seriously badass figure from Pathfinder lore and I absolutely love Kate’s depiction of her here. According to the lore, Yani was a demon-hunting crusader who, after conflicts with her order’s hierarchy, ventured into the demon-infested Worldwound to rage a one-woman war against the hellish hordes. After two years she returned from the ‘Wound after rescuing another party of crusaders. Though Yaniel perished on her subsequent crusade against the demons, her sword, Radiance, remains an artifact in the game with special powers for paladin characters who wield it.

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Andy Fairhurst applies his ‘Nerd’s Eye View’ to 'Game Of Thrones’ with a trio of inspired prints that were exclusively revealed by Hero Gallery Complex at this year’s Wondercon in Anaheim, and now available to buy for those of us didn’t make it to Anaheim.

They are 18" x 24" giclée prints, each in a limited edition of 40 and cost $40.

Go here to buy.

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READY FOR SOME COLOUR?

Now I love wearing black as much as the next person, even in Spring summer I still manage to wear black, but when it comes to makeup.. that’s where I love to introduce a bit of colour, especially when the sun starts coming out. I think a lip is always the obvious choice when it comes to adding some colour so I thought i’d show you some pics from a shoot I did recently to give you some ideas of how you can add colour into your eye makeup as another alternative, the only question is How Bold will you go?

onlythegeste asked:

I started following you because of Endeavour. And then recently there's been Daredevil, and that's always a plus because who doesn't like Matt Murdock?

Wilson Fisk, probably, but nobody asked him.  

Aw yis! Endeavour and Daredevil! You’ve definitely come to the right place. \o/