We recently posted up work by Hannah Stouffer that was on display at the Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia. Well this show was a duo show where she shared the space with multimedia artist Hilary White.

All of their work was spectacular and their styles both fed off of each other immensely. Take a look at some of the work that Hilary White displayed after the jump.

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We had the privilege of being allowed media accreditation for the WayHome Festival in Oro Medonte, Ontario. The festival included a roster of musical performances such as Kendrick Lamar, Modest Mouse and the grammy cleaner upper Sam Smith, to name just a few.

On top of stacked band line-up, the festival hosted some of the best and brightest of upcoming Canadian visual art talents like street art work from graffiti artists KWEST and Troy Lovegates, as well as installations from artists such as Aaron Li-Hill and the PA System. Prior to the musical acts we got a chance to snag some pictures of the work being completed and we also got a chance to talk to the brilliant curator of the art, Charles Bierk.

Charles hooked us up with some more really great images as well as a far more detailed press release to get a further understanding of the vision. Take a look at all the images and press release after the jump!

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Multidisciplinary artist Casper Braat has recently takes a stab at the world’s largest fast food chain, McDonald’s, by going further than just to create work about it – he makes it a religion (“McJezus“).

Braat mass crafted paraphernalia incorporating McDonald’s goods such as spoons and fry holders to be purchased at a highly marked up cost as it could now be considered “iconography.”

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Some beautiful new work done by fine artist Hannah Stouffer which are currently on display at the Philadelphia based space – Paradigm Gallery in a duo show alongside Hilary White entitled “Ingress/Egress.”

Stouffer’s work leads one into a natural play of self-realization through visually mapped out emotional planes; her conscious decision to pour energy into the viewer finding diverse ways to simple answers that lie within.

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Calligraphy artist Ian Barnard has created a brilliant video of typographic works using only our favourite ingredients. From Broccoli to Chilli Peppers Barnard’s perfectly lettering shows us as he says: “Showing that you don’t need expensive tools to do calligraphy. Actually anything will do!” What the video after the click.

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