Arte y pulpos -Jen Corace-
Published Sunday, April 10, 2005 by Spyder | E-mail this post
Las ilustraciones son del ilustrador americano Jen Corace.
Y suelen representar cuerpos de niños o niñas con una aparente frialdad en sus rostros.
Su página se puede visitar aquí. Es una página bastante completa y hasta tiene una sección de sencillos juegos versionados por Corace.
Leyendo el comentario que pone Corace en su perfil, parece que el artista es un poco disperso."Jen Corace is an artist and reelance illustrator who lives and Works in Providence, Rhode Island. Originally from the suburbs of southern New Jersey, she eventually made her way to the Rhode Island School of Design and graduated with a BFA in illustration.
Since then she’s been spending time here and there… moving… travelling… walking. She concerns herself with Victorian era photographic portraiture, reading up on any and every animal, eating toast and securing large amounts of personal space. While she hasn’t lived in a suburb in over thirteen years she draws a lot of her imagery and inspiration from the eighteen years that were spent in New Jersey. With a background in Illustration, Jen’s work is often narrative in nature and explores the juxtaposition of developed environments against more rural settings.
Professionally, Jen has worked with clients that include If’n Books and Marks, Chronicle Books, Galison/Mudpuppy, The Portland Mercury, Sound Collector Audio Review, and Cricket Magazine. While she generally creates pieces for design and print, Jen has also had her hand in the web design for the public art commission. The Color of Palo Alto. On the gallery side of things, she is represented by Motel in Portland, Oregon. She has shown from Providence, to Portland, to Los Angeles and has her first solo show at Motel in November 2005."