“In pieces like ‘Behind The Clouds Of Thought’, calm water and skies meeting at a foggy, obscured horizon are visible through circular ‘portals’ that act as a kind of intermediary between our world and this alluring alternate reality of mystery and imagination...” Read more >
“The drawings have the look of medieval prints that have been water-stained and weathered with time. As is typical in Brammer’s work, it is difficult to tell what is real and what is painted...” Read more >
“The man is a magician with his hands. His talent is coupled with a unique, futuristic, steampunk, and ancient vision that addresses cosmology, mystery and beginnings...” Read more >
Articles & Interviews
New City, “Portrait Of The Artist: Jason Brammer” by Mary A. Osborne
Split Lip Magazine, Feature article and interview by J. Scott Bugher
Landfills Magazine, “All We Actually Inhabit Is The Present Moment” by Po Zimmerman
Interview with Erin Brammer (Jason Brammer's artist manager) by Sergio Gomez
Illumine, “Artist Profile: Jason Brammer”, Feature article, Winter 2014 issue, Page 17.
Cureeo, “Cureeo Artist Spotlight: Jason Brammer” by Pepper Coate (View PDF)
Chicago Art Magazine, “Jason Brammer: Fusing Past, Present, and Future” by René Romero Schuler
The Fashion Journal, “Art in Focus: The Melding Of Past, Present, and Future” by Jen Gesimondo (pages 84-85)
Digital City, “Time Machines and Live Painting, Time Travel Still Impossible”, by Hannah Brehm (View PDF)
Exhibition Reviews & Features
Hi-Fructose, “La Luz de Jesus Turns Coasters into Art for a Third Time”, The Coaster Show exhibit.
Yay! LA, “Coasting its Way into Your Heart”, Article with photos (The Coaster Show exhibit.
Time Out, “10 Art Gallery Exhibitions to Check Out in October” by Jenny Lam, Creaturology exhibit.
The Art Of Victorian Futurism, Exhibition Catalogue by Artcenter IDA and Art Donovan, Hangaram Design Museum, Seoul, South Korea (View catalogue excerpt PDF)
Huffington Post, “Museum Quality Exhibits in 2 Chicago Galleries” by Paul Klein, Into The Ocean Of Being exhibit
Linda Warren Projects, Exhibition announcement by Robin Dluzen, Into The Ocean Of Being exhibit
Chicago Magazine, “The 13 Best Art Gallery Exhibits in Chicago This Month” by Jason Foumberg, Into The Deep exhibit
Huffington Post, “Chicago Art Seen” by Paul Klein, Into The Deep exhibit
Huffington Post, “Art Blooms In The Fall” by Paul Klein, Perceptions Of The Parallaxis exhibit
NUVO, Review by Daniel Grossman (A Separate Reality exhibit)
The Indianapolis Star, Exhibition announcement (listed as #1 top weekend pick) by Justin Jacobs, A Separate Reality exhibit (View PDF)
Huffington Post, “Chicago Art Is Getting Decentralized” by Paul Klein, Exploring Axis Mundi exhibit
Huffington Post, “Breadth on View, Depth in Mind” by Paul Klein, Futura Obscura exhibit
Our Urban Times, “A Porthole To Your Imagination” by Carron Little, Futura Obscura exhibit
The New Connoisseur, “Jason Brammer and the Futura Obscura Solo Exhibit” by Anika Tené
Huffington Post, “OK Is The New Awesome” by Paul Klein
Blogs, Books, and Other Press
Chicago Food Magazine, “Nightlife Theater Makes Its Debut in Chicago with Smokey Hollow”, site specific installation pictured.
Crain’s Chicago Business, “Chicago's Coolest Offices in 2014”, Article ranking LinkedIn as Chicago’s coolest office, picturing Jason’s custom murals commissioned by the company
Condé Nast Traveler, “Steampunk in Seoul: A Futuristic City Goes Victorian”
Chicago Tonight, Television program featured Time Machine LV (Transmissions From The Pasture) at the Rockford Art Museum exhibit, the Rockford Midwestern Biennial
1000 Steampunk Creations: Neo-Victorian Fashion, Gear & Art, Book by Dr. Grymm and Barbe Saint John, Quayside Publishing, Time Machines series featured
Art In Brooklyn, “Jason Brammer”, Blog post by Michael Sorgatz
Boing Boing, “Eyeball Matrioshke”, Blog post by Cory Doctorow
Chicago Social magazine, “A Midnight Mystery”, Live painting photograph (View PDF)