Kim Jung Gi is famous for his large brush pen drawings from his imagination. I had special access to record a live demonstration and a private interview with the man himself. In this video I’ll explore why Kim Jung Gi is so damn good.
George Condo was part of the 1980s wild art scene in New York. In this video, recorded in his New York-studio, the iconic artist shares his life-long love of drawing and thoughts on his artistic expression, which he describes as “artificial realism.”
Our ILFORD Inspires ‘Legends of Skateboarding’ series concludes with Jason Lee’s ‘THE AMERICAN PHOTO ROADTRIP’. Discover the philosophies behind Jason’s signature aesthetic during a journey through rural Texas highway 380 to document the abandoned yet cinematic American landscape. A former Pro Skateboarder, Jason has established himself as a pillar of the film community making him better placed than most to identify the parallels between skateboarding and photography. Filmed and edited by: Exploredinary (Sarah Reyes & Daniel Driensky) Score by Raymond Molinar End credits song “At The Cathedral” by Jason Lee and Eric Pulido
An American realist with a modernist vision, Bo Bartlett’s monumental paintings are created in the tradition of Thomas Eakins, Andrew Wyeth, and Norman Rockwell, with a compelling contemporary twist. Bartlett will offer insights into his work, which celebrates the underlying epic nature of the commonplace and the personal significance of the extraordinary.