Marty Cooper – Real Life Cartooning

Illustrator and cartoonist Marty Cooper turns the streets, buildings and other areas in the world into his own personal mini cartoons.

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Joel Cooper – Tessellation

Origami artist Joel Cooper creates paper sculpted masks inspired by bronze and pewter casts. Cooper uses a method of folding called tessellation where an elaborate grid is first folded into a hexagon-shaped piece of paper.

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Paul Cooper – Pop Culture Illustrations

Paul Cooper‘s an illustrator from the UK with a love for all things pop culture. As you know, we too are in love with pop culture and definitely things that are nostalgic. Cooper’s illustrations vary from Tim Burton’s Batman to Mad Men. Regardless, these sort of things are always a treat to look at.

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Cédric De Smedt x Max Cooper feat BRAIDS – Pleasures

Artist Cédric De Smedt sent over a video collaboration work he did with Max Cooper feat BRAIDS entitled “Pleasures”. A very interesting and trippy illustrative video with a quite mellow and funky beat attached. Definitely worth a look.

Jesse Harris – You’ve Changed

Artist Jesse Harris has (somewhat) recently painted a new mural on Queen Street West in Toronto that writes: “YOU’VE CHANGED”. This project was coordinated by Spectrum Art Projects and Cooper Cole Gallery, documented by Jeremy Jansen, and partially funded by the City of Toronto’s StreetARToronto (StART) Partnership program.

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Geoff McFetridge – “Floating” @ Cooper Cole Gallery

Cooper Cole is pleased to present a solo exhibition from Geoff McFetridge entitled “Floating”. McFetridge creates his work with qualities that invite participation and connectivity with the viewer. His personal and commercial art projects use simple shapes to create universally recognized public signage, corporate logos and contemporary iconography. So, if you’re in Toronto on November 9th 2012 swing by for the opening reception from 6-9pm.

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