David Feil

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  • 4 years ago | 100 Creatives

    What she does: Susie Rosmarin makes colorful, eye-popping paintings that play with repeating patterns and variations of color. The works themselves are visually stunning, attaining many of the kinetic optical-illusion effects of op-art. To Rosmari...

  • 4 years ago | 100 Creatives

    What He Does: A self-trained artist, El Franco Lee II paints highly narrative scenes that delve into anything from social commentary to superhero fantasies. His work jumps from images of Hurricane Katrina refugees, the dragged-to-death James Byrd,...

  • 4 years ago | 100 Creatives

    What He Does: For almost two decades, Christopher Olivier has been making art under two different artistic "identities": Olivier and Bexar. Under his own given name, he does pop-inspired paintings and photography. As Bexar, he makes sculpture out ...

  • 4 years ago | Stage

    On February 11, Catastrophic Theatre will open their 2011 season with Richard Foreman's Paradise Hotel, a show, they say, that's been a long time coming. Foreman's unique approach to drama has attracted the Catastrophic team since their early days...

  • 4 years ago | Gaming

    As the city shut down last Friday for what turned out to be not much of a snowy day at all, Island Survival gave us some extra icy drama to keep our fingers warm. You play a inexplicably well-attired man stranded on various islands, trying, we're ...

  • 4 years ago | Gaming

    You'd think with a name like Tealy & Orangey, a game about a teal ball and an orange ball wouldn't be much of a hotbed for subtlety. And while the game is fairly blunt in describing itself, and its mechanic is quick to pick up (you control both ba...