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by Kaitlin Koch
by Clay Rodery
My name is Clay Rodery, and I make pictures for a living. I was born and raised in Houston, Texas, just down the street from NASA Mission Control, which accounts for a good portion of my personal subject matter. A lot of my work is about conflict, and while I might allude to it, the resolution is not always in the picture as well. I want to challenge the audience, to make the hairs stand up on the back of your spine, to place you right in the heart of some mysterious other world. I’ve done work for the New York Times, the Atlantic, HBO, the New Republic, California Sunday Magazine, among others. Now sit down and enjoy the show.
by Alex Khalifa
Alex Khalifa is a visual artist and illustrator currently based in Brooklyn, NY. Taking inspiration from plants, automata, and gothic novels, he depicts unexpected and often severe beauty. His work can be seen at alexkhalifa.com.
by Michael Chabot
Detroit’s suburban step-child, Michael Chabot, is a fabulous up and coming illustrator, art educator, and publisher. His extremely detailed ink drawings invite viewers into a space of open nostalgia and sometimes painful laughter. After he persuades his seemingly feral son to go to sleep for the night, Michael enjoys making coloring books, applying for public art projects, and collaborating on books with his fellow creatives. Find more of his work at CreateNewWorlds.com
also by Clay Rodery
by Jessica Newberry
Jessica Newberry is an illustrator, theorist and designer. She is completing an M.A in Aesthetics and Politics at the California Institute for the Arts and currently abides in the city of Detroit, where she works as an artist and an educator. She collaborated on the creation of the arts journal Detroit Research, which received a Kresge Foundation grant for its publication in 2014. She can usually be found at home in her studio or at school with her marvelous students.
This is my piece.
And you all know all about me, don't you team?
Again, please share and post these images! thats what they were made for! Shout it to the heavens!