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The 70th Volume of Hi-Fructose is here.

Our new issue features a plethora of issue exclusive articles, printed on fine art papers, featuring a cover feature on Rachel Hayden, the sculptures of Ghica Popa, the paintings of Anna Weyant, the astro bright art of Benni Pink, a special insert on the detailed drawings of Grisha Kim, a major feature on Christian Rex Van Minnen, surrealist Matt Hansel, Aiste Stancikaite’s narrative paintings, a studio visit with Kelly Dale Moore, Kinshasa street artists, a visit to the Punk Rock Museum and more!

Articles
Illustrator-turned-fine artist Janice Sung’s figures seem at home amidst natural settings, whether in a lily pad pond or a garden, floating like a near-translucent milk specters. Her recent gallery showing at Gallery Nucleus in Los Angeles, the first using physical media by the artist. We asked the artist a few questions about her new body of work and about transitioning from digital to physical media. Click the above already and read the hifructose.com exclusive interview.
Hi-Fructose writer Zara Kand visits Coleccion SOLO in Spain for their latest Handle With Care exhibition. Click above to see the full report.
Since 2005

The New
Contemporary
Art Magazine

Hi-Fructose is a quarterly print art magazine founded by artists Attaboy and Annie Owens in 2005. Hi-Fructose focuses squarely on the art which transcends genre and trend, assuring readers thorough coverage and content that is informative and original. Hi-Fructose showcases an amalgamation of new contemporary, emerging as well distinguished artists, with a spotlight on awe inspiring spectacles from round the world.

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Cuz trees. ..
Sketchbook by Dina Brodsky.

@dinabrodsky

Leonardo Da Vinci came up with this rule for drawing trees over 500 years ago, and I think about it daily, every time I draw a tree - it still works, and helps make drawing trees less overwhelming. What he’s saying is that trees are fractals - every time a branch splits off, the two smaller branches put together will equal the larger one in width. If you want to learn more about tree drawing - I’m teaching my Tree Drawing Workshop later this month, you can check out my profile to enroll (we’ll be studying the old masters at first, then taking what we learned and applying it to our own work)
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