22nd January 2017 // Art
The FishEye is a collaboration of culture and art, and is lucky enough to work with a number of amazing artists from Hull with the help of local Art pioneers Something Entirely Different.
To start you off on keeping up-to-date with all the exciting art goings-on in Hull, Something Entirely Different has provided a short list of artists to watch - showcasing different, amazing styles to help keep you cultured this year.
A master of offbeat colours and expressive linework, Joshua's incredible imagery will be covering the March issue of The Fisheye, and is sure to be appearing elsewhere in the city throughout the year
Online Gallery: https://joshuapell.
Zine and print enthusiast Jazz brings a fresh visual appeal to the music community in Hull; participating in Humber Street Sesh's Live Art feature each year, and having collaborated with fantastic local acts like La Bete Blooms.
City of Culture's interview with the artist: https://www.hull2017.
Currently on display as part of the Ferens Gallery Open Exhibition, Jorge's incredible drawings from life are amazing examples of talent and skill. As well as teaching Life Drawing classes, Jorge is continuing his own fantastic personal portraits project through 2017.
Online Gallery: http://www.
Elliot's music-influenced pattern and shape-based designs can be seen on the February print issue of The FishEye, kicking off the year's lineup of cover artists in a very unique style.
A regular stallholder at zine/print fairs in Hull and the surrounding areas, Rosie's surreal style brings an unnerving atmosphere to even the most mundane subject matter and scenes, like her standout strip about Bingo, of all things...
Online Store: https://www.etsy.com/
Something Entirely Different is a nonprofit effort to promote the alternative illustrators, designers and artists of Hull - in an attempt to bring them to a wider audience and build on the creative community of the city. You can see more like this at somethingentirelydifferent.com and facebook.com/somethingentirely