some new videos about my latest work

The Making of Kevin Ledo’s Golden Tunnel at Flyjin from Kevin Ledo on Vimeo. time lapse of ‘flying turtle’ mural in san jose, costa rica from Kevin Ledo on Vimeo.

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New Gallery Representation

I’m very happy to announce that my work will now be represented by Yves Laroche Gallery in Montreal, Canada. I am presently traveling around and working out of different countries in Central America, therefore, for the next few seasons, Yves Laroche Gallery will be my … Continue readingNew Gallery Representation

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Feature on Carmelo Blandino

Carmelo Blandino is an incredibly talented and inspirational artist as well as a great person. I had the pleasure of being his student when he was a teacher at Dawson College in Illustration and Design. Since then we have become friends and he has become … Continue readingFeature on Carmelo Blandino

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Feature on Tristezza Tristezzová

Tristezza Tristezzová, from Bratislava, Slovakia, is a young photographer who creates erotic and surrealist photography. Tristezzová seamlessly uses photo manipulation in her photographs, as most of her images are self-portraits, often with multiple poses of the same figure. I love figurative photography, mix that with … Continue readingFeature on Tristezza Tristezzová

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Feature on João Ruas

João Ruas is an artist from and based out of Sao Paulo, Brazil. He approaches his artwork with a variety of mediums, from pencils, gouache and watercolour to metal leaf and collage. Ruas first introduction to art was comics and later on he studied design in … Continue readingFeature on João Ruas

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Feature on Pakayla Biehn

Pakayla Biehn is a multidisciplinary artist based out of San Francisco. Featured here are a selection of oil paintings from her “Double Exposure” series. Biehn used a variety of photographs as references for this body of work; some are from single exposure shots from photographer and friend Jeff Enlow, which … Continue readingFeature on Pakayla Biehn

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Feature on Catherine Brooks

I recently came across Catherine Brooks’ paintings and was immediately drawn in to her gorgeous work. It’s easy to say that her portrayals of young beautiful women are attractive, but there are elements that give her work more depth. Brooks is developing imagery for her … Continue readingFeature on Catherine Brooks

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Feature on James Jean

James Jean may need little or no introduction at all, but I thought that I’d share a few thoughts and feature some of my favorite works of his from 2010. Jean’s style is a unique union of influences and techniques. It’s a beautiful and at times … Continue readingFeature on James Jean

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Feature on Andre De Dienes

Andre De Dienes is probably best known for his extensive photographic studies of Marilyn Manroe. I am not a very big fan of the sensastionalism and worship of this beauty icon, but De Dienes captured Marilyn at the young age of 19, pre sensational glamour. … Continue readingFeature on Andre De Dienes

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Feature on Bill Durgin

At first glance, the photography of Bill Durgin appears to be photo manipulations, but to assume that would be wrong. It’s astonishing to find that these images are of real people, contorting their bodies and photographed at the right angel to appear to be decapitated or … Continue readingFeature on Bill Durgin

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Feature on Jung Yeon Min

With what seem like banana slices, bronchial cross sections, bridges, waterfalls, mountains, polka dots, polar bears, unidentifiable organic tissue, and polar bears wrapped in unidentifiable organic tissue,  I think you’ll agree that Jung Yeon Min’s paintings are other worldly. I’d say straight up tripped out. Surrealist lanscapes of … Continue readingFeature on Jung Yeon Min

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Feature on Robert Hardgrave

I’ve been on this idea of waking perceptions, dreams, and subconscious landscapes for quite some time now. It’s definitely been preoccupying my mind lately, and as always, the more I focus on something, the more it expands. And so, I’ve sought out and come across … Continue readingFeature on Robert Hardgrave

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