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Artist Spotlight

Noxian Imperium: Juha Arvid Helminen’s Miniature Post-Apocalyptic Art

Auxiliary first interviewed artist Juha Arvid Helminen prior to the Summer 2020 Issue, when Covid was a new problem and no one had any idea how long it would be around or whether a vaccine was even possible. Skip ahead one year and here we are, with some parts of the world gradually opening back up or vaguely hopeful to do that soon, other places not even close, and many still cautious. However, art and creativity persist, sometimes even thriving in isolation. Juha Arvid Helminen is still working, but on a different medium than we covered in the Summer 2020 Issue.

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Candydrip at FAT 2014

Candydrip’s collection shown at at Toronto’s FAT Art & Fashion Week 2014 was one of powerful, sexual, strong femininity. The silicone-infused designs were all individual conceptions of this theme. One-of-a-kind art pieces, made to fit the models who strolled down the runway emblazoned with the spirit of the clothing.

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travels : The National Museum of Mexican Art – Day of the Dead 2013

I have yet to meet a holiday with half the visual appeal of Día de los Muertos. In celebration of this auspicious and eye-pleasing occasion, every autumn the National Museum of Mexican Art (located in Chicago’s Pilsen neighborhood) creates a unique Day of the Dead exhibition. 2013 brings us 100 Años de Posada y su Catrina, honoring the 100th anniversary of the death of José Guadalupe Posada.

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