We’re so happy that Federico is part of Tip Top. Here is a little bit about him…Fede Saenz (Federico Saenz-Recio) was born in Argentina in 1976, he emigrated to the United States in 2003 and currently lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Trained in Graphic Design at F.A.D.U. University of Buenos Aires. Saenz abstract paintings incorporate instinctive childlike doodles over a grid, where the journey of life is celebrated by juxtapozing contrasting elements: Freedom vs. Control. In a struggled fight they randomly spread and intercom with each other. It is this journey that Fede manifest with the instinctive and unfinished, celebrating human imperfections.
Jason’s artist statement reads… “I am drawn to the visual drama that unfolds in front of me and ponder subtle meaning in details often overlooked”. In my opinion “Window Flags” is the perfect example of subtle meaning.
Bold. Graphic. Simple. Beautiful. Relative Geometry 3 by Jorge Chamorro is all of these, and it looks great in a large format, go ahead, buy the 40″x50″ 🙂
Bath Haus by Colin Walsh is a doodle in the best sense of the word, it draws you in and before you know it you’ve been starring for at it for 10 minutes. Try to find the person standing in a doorway.
Desert Mouth 03 by Jesse Draxler is an amazingly beautiful collage, here’s a quote from Jesse describing his process… “Creating an image is like putting a puzzle together. I am always waiting for the moment when everything clicks and each element is in its place. This can take a very long time or a very short time; the duration of the process is completely irrelevant.”