Nathaniel Russell makes drawings, paintings, prints, sculptures, photos, and music. After receiving an undergraduate degree in printmaking, he spent several years in the bay area making poster, record covers, and woodcuts. He now splits his time between central indiana and northern california, where he spends most of his time creating large drawings, silkscreens and wooden cut-outs. His work has been shown internationally, including solo and group exhibitions in San Francisco, New York, London, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Tokyo. His design work has been seen on numerous t-shirts, record sleeves, and posters throughout the world. Nathaniel also regularly updates his blog, Crooked Arm, with new drawings, photos, and sketches.
Katsuo, an underground artist from Japan, soaks up the sun and surf at his new L.A. based art studio. Migrating from San Francisco, California, Katsuo is making waves. His unique style of Japanese counter culture and western swank, appears in galleries, graphical advertisements, and CD cover illustrations. Enjoy the effects of the California sun on Katsuo’s brain, marinating a half-baked imagination nourishing his artistic expression. “That’s the time I express the good ideas”, says Katsuo in a cloud of smoke and midst of creativity.
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