Summary: Draw.fm is a podcast about Art and the people behind it.
Today on our show we're talking with illustrator and painter Jonny Ruzzo. If I had to describe his style, I would call it Post-impressionistic Art Nouveau. Heavily inspired by fashion photography, Jonny’s work is full of bright colors, movement and dramatic subject matter.
Today on our show we're talking with David Olenick. Remember that witty t-shirt you saw at that party that one time? Well, chances are David is the guy that designed it. His work is full of a universe filled of simple, quirky characters, saying hilariously honest things.
Today on our show we're talking with Tina St. Claire. Her fierce female figures, looks as though they were carved out of the page. Her dark, contemporary, romanticism pulls you in and doesn’t let you go. I would describe her work as beautiful nightmares brought to life by a simple ball point pen.
Today on our show we speak with Jacob Van Loon. If you took an Italian futurist from the first half of the 20th Century and mashed them together with a painter and designer from today, you would basically be looking at Jacobs artwork. His marks are precise, calculated and deeply reflective. His more recent works feel like the blueprints for lost space stations frozen in time.
Today we talk to painter Carty Sewill. His work is bold, direct, and sometimes extremely intense. He explores objects from the everyday and studies them to obsession but also has the emotional touch to depict people in their true light.