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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

The Best Art Prints on the Web: Creep Machine's Josh Curates His Top 5 of the Week

Posted By on Tue, Dec 4, 2007 at 8:42 AM

Scott Musgrove "Lepus Perilous"

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Freelance illustrator and creator of some animated cartoons. Scott Musgrove has created shows such as the Fat Dog Mendoza Series for Cartoon Network UK, and a FatDog comic for Dark Horse comics. He is also a prolific fine artist, having shows at some of the best galleries like La Luz de Jesus and Jonathan Levine. He has a great imagination, creating never before seen animals, and basically taking you on a tour of creatures long extinct. This specific print is on German Etching paper, and is limited to 50. His works tend to sell out quickly.

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Joshua Clay "A Passing Moment"

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Studying media arts and animation, Joshua Clay made his way to California and has been having shows in top galleries ever since. He recently had a solo show at the Thinkspace Gallery in LA. He has an amazing style, stylized long necked figures much like Lori Earley but pushed to extreme lengths.

Chris Ryniak "Which Witch is Which"

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Working in both sculpture and painting, Chris Ryniak creates colorful, highly imaginative works.

His painting are filled with texture, unique creatures and environments. His sculptural work contains the same color schemes, and crazy figures that he is known for painting. This print is not only filled with his style of creatures, but also a reference to Scooby Doo. This print is only limited to 20.

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Kristian Olson "The Last Sunset"

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An award winning illustrator from Los Angeles, Kristian's fine art work is about exploring his ideas of reality and religion. He is a mixed media artist, and his recent work is a combination of printing and acrylic paint. This print is a limited edition of 100, and is on cotton rag paper with torn edges. I love all the little details and editions that the print has, it looks very smooth. He has a ton of prints, this one just caught my eye the most.

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Mehgan Trice "The Bringer of Dreams"

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Mehgan is a self taught artist from Ohio. Her work is based on storytelling and her personal interests such as folklore, mythology and music. She is an up and coming artist, showing her work in galleries like the Hive Gallery, Carmichael and Windup galleries. This is great chance to score a print from an artist whose popularity will only rise in the next year. This print is only available until December 31st.

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