Get a mid-week power up with art from South America! The exuberant array of characters, electric colors and surreal elements summarizes the most iconic imagery of our generation. The undoubtedly exciting comic book art scene from this region pinpoints the values and concerns of life in 2015. It is as though these artists were born with an instinctive sense of humor, endearing geeky tendencies and natural wit. On a more serious note, the artworks act as bridges between continents, they pinpoint the universal power struggles, inequalities, vulnerabilities and human predicaments that we all face.
Beat the post-holiday blues with art from Asia! January is a month for introspection. Stew features artworks that are anxiety reducing, calming, wise, and emboldening. We love young artists who are obsessed with the big questions with an upbeat attitude. Their works put us back in touch with the most important ideas and essential emotions: maintaining a sense of stability in an increasingly wild world, venturing into solitary nights, staying curious forever, and being fearless in love.
Stew features young artists who are insatiably inquisitive, taking time to analyze the world we live in today: tackling tough subjects like family, relationships, city life, dysfunctional governments, solitude. We’re excited to present artists from North America! They’re filled with ambition, they turn their findings into delightfully eccentric, wonderfully witty and forever amusing scenarios, shedding light on the personal, political and social issues that define our generation. We love art that ratchet up the weirdness meter. Young artists on the front lines of technology shows us where humanity has been. Their work helps to identify things that are truly important and inspires us to work towards the potential for how we will one day be.
Artists on Stew are urgent and hopeful. Here are some of our favorite artworks from Europe (and this is a great chance to showoff our new menu!). These artworks articulate the vices and conflicts across the globe in satirical, quirky and humorous ways. They also courageously address the personal frustrations, solitude and nuances of our generation. Artists on Stew come from all across Europe, many are from art hubs such as Paris, London and Berlin, but outliers like Olsztyn (Poland), Belgrade (Serbia) and Omsk (Russia) gets extra love from us and our audiences.