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Paintings by MuddaGoose

MuddaGoose is a rapper and visual artist from Chicago. As a visual artist, she works primarily in oil-based paint marker, printmaking, and graphic design. In 2014-2016 she hosted three shows at Floating World Gallery. In 2015 she was featured in the Logan Square Arts Festival. She was the Whitney M. Young High School class clown of 2014, and in 2015 and 2017 she displayed artwork in the Gallatin Arts Festival. 

Three Multi-Media Paintings by Madeline Simms

Madeline Simms is a poet, painter, and person of art from LaGrange, IL, currently living in Galesburg, IL.

These three paintings show the most exciting turn yet in Madeline's visual work. As the paint and material seem to reach off the canvas, they become topographies, landscapes of color and emotion.

Sculptural Work by Eric The Sage

Eric The Sage is a rapper, sculptor, illustrator and multi-disciplinary artist from Maywood, IL. His sculptural work is strengthened by an afro-futurist sensibility and approach. See more of his work on Callosum Magazine. 

"Paranoid" by Tommy Figel

Tommy Figel is an artist born and raised in Oak Park, IL. In addition to performing with BRAVO Performing Arts Academy, he has also produced several documentary films for them. He has performed in dozens of musicals and stage plays over the course of the last decade.

Three Architectural Studies by Kevin Cole

Kevin Cole is an undergraduate architecture student at Illinois Institute of Technology. He was born and raised in Chicago. In these architectural studies, Kevin Cole shows us his grasp on the technical and the personal. The result is a depiction of the moment when observations in form and shape meet strokes of freedom and exploration.



Art by Sergio Farfán

Sergio Farfan is a Peruvian artist based in Chicago. The meaning behind his art is to creatively motivate and inspire the dreamer in all of us, the kid who comes from nothing, the teen who sees the train as a canvas, and the soul who will always stay young at heart. He views art as a method of communication, therapy, and self-expression.

Six Illustrations by Kayla Mahaffey

Kayla Mahaffey is an illustrator and fine artist who conveys stories and tales with each of her pieces. Her artwork has been featured in shows at Plus Gallery, Genesis Art Supply, The Black Couch, and Capital One Cafe, several of which she also served as the curator.