May 2008


I just ran across some of the artwork of John Dyer Baizley. Frankly I was bowled over. I’m a huge fan of the gorgeous line work in art nouveau illustration and have tried my hand in it many times. Where I failed, John has succeeded in spades. He has moved the style from it’s existing nature meets fairies to organic death metal.



John’s a multi-talented guy. Besides creating stunning artwork, he’s also in the band Baroness.


Anthony P. Munoz



swiss flower
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Anthony P. Munoz

Zhao Nengzhi, 1968 Born in Nanchong, Sichuan Province, China, is currently showing paintings and sculpture at New York’s China Square gallery through June 5th, 2008.

Zhao graduated from Sichuan Academy of Fine Art, Chongqing in 1990. He lives and works in Beijing and Chengdu, in China.


Phantom No.14
oil on canvas
180 x 230 cm / 70.86 x 90.55 in.

His paintings are somewhat disturbing. Portraits of an adult with grotesque expressions, seemingly covered in, what appears to me, the type of mucous you’d find on a baby freshly birthed.

ChinaSquare New York
545 W 25th Street 8th Fl.
Chelsea Arts Tower
New York, NY 10001
Tel: 212.255.8886


The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology merges the concepts of lighting and art with this spectacular 3D LED piece, dubbed NOVA. Created for the institute’s 150th anniversary, the display is made up of 25000 lightballs.

Incredibly it can display 16 million colors per second. The behemoth, which weighs 3.3 tonnes, is currently displayed at the Zurich train station’s main hall, where it will live until September 2009.
By Lisa Evans from The Cool Hunter.


Anthony P. Munoz


8 MAY–5 JULY 2008

“This spring KN Gallery is pleased to present a selection of exceptional works by modern and contemporary American masters with a special focus on works on paper, from early twentieth-century modernist John Marin to twenty-first century contemporary phenom Julie Mehretu.” — KN Gallery

John Marin
Lake George, 1928
Watercolor on paper
14 x 18 inches

Franz Kline
Study for Slate Cross, 1961
Watercolor and ink on drawing paper
17 6/8 x 14 inches

Julie Mehretu
Untitled, 2007
22 x 15 inches

Located in the world-renowned John Hancock Center on Chicago’s “Magnificent Mile,” KN Gallery celebrates the very best in modern, post-war and contemporary American and European art and offers guests a true museum-quality experience. Run by noted art expert Lara Niemira, KN Gallery is dedicated to showcasing outstanding, critically acclaimed exhibitions that contribute to the study and understanding of 20th century and contemporary art.
KN Gallery welcomes collaborations with artists, private collectors, and other museums and institutions for loans of works and special projects.

KN Gallery is open Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 11 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. For more information about KN Gallery, please call 312-640-5550 or visit

KN Gallery
John Hancock Center
875 North Michigan Avenue
Suite 2515
Chicago, Illinois 60611
312 640 5550

Anthony P. Muñoz

…to make a calendar. Well, not a very big village.

I’m sure you’ve seen this by now. It’s cool none-the-less.

The Human Calendar

Created by Craig Giffen who brought us the human clock back in 2001.