Hi-Fructose Magazine

  • by Attaboy
    Artist and animation director Joe Vaux paints what he likes. His personal work is teeming with impish demons. His cheerful hellscapes are populated with lost souls, sharp toothed monstrosities, and swarms of wrong-doers. And yet, there’s an innocence to all of this. Click to read the Hi-Fructose exclusive interview with Joe Vaux. The post The […]
  • by Attaboy
    Vibrant and bold, Oscar Joyo’s latest body of work which was exhibited at Thinkspace Projects in Los Angeles, vibrates the retina; while delving into his childhood memories childhood in Malawi and themes of Afrofuturism. The post Oscar Joyo Harnesses Color and Pattern With Latest Works first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine.
  • by Attaboy
    Something interesting happens when when artists like Alan and Carolynda Macdonald, who have the painting fundamentals mastered, decide to subvert expectations and perplex a viewers expectations conceptually. Click to read the Hi-Fructose exclusive interview. The post Natural Hallucinations abound “When Two Worlds Collide” first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine.
  • by H F
    The concept of the Wunderkammer, aka The Cabinet Of Curiosities has been an artistic inspiration for some time, however a new show opening in November by Ryan Matthew Cohn and Jean Labourdette takes it up a notch with an exceptional show of sculptures and paintings based thematically on the subject. Click to read the new Hi-Fructose exclusive interview. […]
  • by Attaboy
    Former illustrator turned full-time painter Gregory Hergert’s work has been described as “urban Surrealism”. He paints non-traditional themes in a traditional manner, yet allows the medium to shine through the often brutal settings depicted in his work. The post Gregory Hergert’s Blue Acid first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine.
  • by Andy Smith
    Mari Katayama's photography uses her own body as one of her materials. Born with a rare congenital disorder, the artist had her legs amputated as a child, and at times, her sculptural work emulates the features of her body that the condition caused. The resulting work explores identity, anxiety, and other topics. The post The […]
  • by Andy Smith
    Rob Voerman's massive installations and sculptures examine issues of wealth, climate change, and poverty—and where our current behaviors may take us. Projects like "The Exchange" posit that the only way to save natural resources is to tether it to currency. The post The Installations and Sculptures of Rob Voerman first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine.
  • by Andy Smith
    Tattoo artist, painter, and sculptor Fred Laverne has a dark surrealist sensibility, blending in odes to pop culture and pulp tropes into his work. The artist resides in Menton, France, and has garnered a reputation in both tattooing and fine arts, practices he keeps in parallel. The post The Dark Surrealist Paintings of Fred Laverne […]
  • by Andy Smith
    Telmo Miel, the artist duo consisting of Telmo Pieper and Miel Krutzmann, brings their surreal, distinct collaborative work to Thinkspace Projects with a new show. "Encounters," opening on February 1, offers several pieces created over the past year. The post Telmo Miel Brings Collaborative Paintings to Thinkspace first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine.
  • by Andy Smith
    Reza Bahmani's oil paintings, with each's distinctive texture and scale, carry a distinct intimacy. In his recent show at Saless Gallery an accompanying score that required the use of headphones further beckoned viewers to focus on the massive portraits. The post The Oil Paintings of Reza Bahmani first appeared on Hi-Fructose Magazine.