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California-based artist Emilio Villalba aligns himself within the revival of neo-expressive and neo-figurative painting

Tom Lehman is a software creator, programmer, and tech innovator, who

Ivan Allifan is a prolific and wildly successful young painter from Toronto

California-based artist Emilio Villalba aligns himself within the revival of neo-expressive and neo-figurative painting as a proponent of figurative gestural abstraction. Villalba creates portraits in oil paint that explore the human condition, utilizing expressionistic forms

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Tom Lehman is a software creator, programmer, and tech innovator, who also works as a sculptor creating ceramic which tread the line between form and functionality.

Daniel Iregui (iregular.io) is a new media artist born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1981 currently based in Montréal. Iregui creates interactive sculptures, spaces and architectural interventions using

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Daniel Iregui (iregular.io) is a new media artist born in Bogotá, Colombia in 1981 currently based in Montréal. Iregui creates interactive

Germans Ermičs is an Amsterdam-based designer who started his career as protégé of Milanese retail pioneer Rossana Orlandi. Ermics produces geometric and

Guillaume Amat is a french photographer based in Paris whose photographic practice is dedicated to long-term projects which produce distinct

Architecture firm BIG's verdant mixed-use complex, reminiscent of Moshe Safdie's experimental Habitat 67 housing in Montreal, has been approved for Toronto. The King