Daily Archives: January 18, 2010

Thomas Bach Nielsen


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Dmitry Ligay

Artist Bio

Dmitry Ligay is an artist and illustrator from Tashkent, Uzbekistan.

Dmitry Ligay’s Website

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CUT-UP MX Billboards

CUT-UP MX is a blog dedicated to Mexican billboards.

Chopped up, partly exchanged and randomly assembled they often become exciting commercial collages. 

Rumors say that once a company’s advertising time is over and a new hirer is still to be found, the pieces are mixed up to disguise the sales message. 

CUT-UP MX is run by Norman Palm, associate of fertig design, Berlin. 


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Alyssa Monks | Escape Into Life

Artist Bio

Alyssa’s paintings are of a representational narrative genre. She portrays a specific place and time with simultaneous empathy and detachment.

Monks is part of the Continuing Education Faculty at the New York Academy of Art, where she teaches Flesh Painting. She currently is also an instructor at the Montclair State University.

She earned her BA from Boston College and an MFA in painting from the New York Academy of Art, Graduate School of Figurative Art. At the New York Academy of Art, Alyssa studied with Vincent Desiderio, Jenny Saville, Wade Schuman, Brenda Zlamany, John Jacobsmeyer, Harvey Citron, Deane Keller, Edward Schmidt, Steven Assael, and Lisa Bartolozzi. She additionally studied at Montclair State College, the New School, and Lorenzo de’Medici in Florence. She completed an artist in residency at Fullerton College.

Alyssa has been awarded the Grant for Painting from the Elizabeth Greensheilds Foundation three times and has had recent solo shows in New York and Anaheim, California.

Alyssa is currently represented by Sarah Bain Gallery in Anaheim and DFN Gallery in New York. Her work is available at David Klein Gallery in Michigan and Hespe Gallery in San Fransisco.

Alyssa Monks’ Website



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