American Artist Matthew Carden creates “Pop Icons” from sugar and water. Who doesn’t love candy? Especially when it’s combined with our favorite pop icons! Now it can stick around forever in these giant limited edition prints. Darth Vader, Mickey, LEGO, even Hello Kitty, all in their sweet and sticky glory as lollipops. Matthew’s innovative, award winning work started out 20 years ago photographing tiny people on food, and now he plays with his food all day long. More info: matthewcarden.com
French artist Maud Vantours was selected by the Gap as one of nine artists for their REMIX Project. Maud designed clothes, content, and art for the Gap as the company enages and supports the arts. Maud's work is available on ArtStar! http://www.artstar.com/collections/maud-vantours
Artist Zaria Forman visited Greenland and the Maldives to find out how to show the effects of climate change in her work. From video journalist Greg Donahue in New York. Zaria Forman is an internationally exhibited artist. Her work is in private and museum collections. She is currently represented by DFN Gallery in NYC, the David Floria Gallery in Aspen, CO and the Winston Wachter Gallery in Seattle, WA. She traveled widely with her mother who inspired her passion for artistic creation. Her work explores moments of transition, turbulence, and tranquility in the landscape expressed in the vastness of the ever changing sea and sky. Please go to KickStarter to back her great cause today.