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Losing Our Figures – In The LES

cojo-event-page-artExhibit: November 12 – December 9, 2013


Losing our Figures by Cojo
A Line Artist’s Journey into Abstraction

Cojo, the NYC based “Art Juggernaut” has been honing his color palate and developing his signature line art style by drawing for print (BlackBook Magazine, Rolling Stone, Villiage voice, YRB MAGAZINE, Time Out New York, Complex Magazine etc..) for over a decade. His artwork has been printed in 16 countries and translated into 15 languages.

This show demonstrates the first stages of the artist’s departure from cartoonish and figurative work, into the more abstract realms, while retaining the vivid color acuity and precise line work he’s made popular.

Cojo also blogs about art and the NY Art Scene on Art Sucks and Artiholics. was recently named by The Huffington Post as one of the top 5 NYC art blogs you should be reading.


About CojoArtJuggernaut

Founder of and, Cojo "Art Juggernaut" is a NYC Based painter, illustrator, arts blogger and SVA alumni. Freelance art clients include: AT&T, BlackBook, Complex, Espn, Maxim, Mtv, Nike, Pop Sci, Rolling Stone, Time Out NY, Vibe, and The Village Voice. Cojo's fine art work is represented by Castle Fitzjohns Gallery in New York. Contact: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Google+ | More Posts

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