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Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Artists Behind Korn, Marvel, Capcom -- A curated tour by Creep Machine's Josh

Posted By on Tue, Jul 10, 2007 at 10:00 AM

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1. David Stoupakis "The Messenger"

David Stoupakis is a self taught artist out of New York. He often paints eerie portraits of children, put in scenes that allude to the beings having some sort of knowledge the viewer might not have. He has had many shows, along with such artists as: Lori Earley and Angie Mason. His work as also been seen on many album covers most notably Korn's See You On The Other Side.

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2. Jermaine Rogers "Decide"

Jermaine Rogers is one of the major artists in modern rock poster art. He has designed more than 800 posters, as well as done many illustration jobs for companies and Magazines alike. This piece is a 7 color silkscreen print on Parchment paper in an edition of 40. This print will go on sale Wednesday July 11th. I’m sure this print will sell out very quickly.

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3. Ken Garduno "Friendless"

Ken Garduno is an Illustrator in Los Angeles. He has done work for LAWeekly, New York Times and others. He has a great style influenced by the "Golden Age of Illustration." This print, available from BlueFlip, is very affordable and part of the proceeds from the print go to the Red Cross.

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4. Lori Earley "The Drought"

An award winning oil painter from New York, Lori Earley paints realistic portraits that have been bent to what she would like to see the world as. She has amazing skill, her paintings are captivating and colorful. The figures often remind me of 16th Century Mannerist painting pushed even further. The print shown, is framed, signed and numbered of an edition of 100.

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5. Joy Ang "TerrorSel"

Joy Ang is an illustrator out of Canada, a recent graduate of the Alberta College of Art & Design. She has done work for Marvel, Capcom and Bioware to name a few. This print is from a graphite and digital piece. She has a very smooth style, with a visible influence to the work of James Jean. This is another affordable print on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag paper.

--Josh, from Creep Machine

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