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Environmental artist Steve Messam has built a weight-bearing bridge out of sheets of poppy-red paper, over a small creek, in the middle of the English more →
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I'm loving the wonderful mixture of animals and nature in Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie's double exposure photographs. His usage of the trees as the fur more →
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Artist Paige Smith, also known as Common Name, has made her mark by crystallizing the overlooked nooks and crannies of the streets of Los Angeles - and more more →
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I can't stop ogling at these photorealistic oil paintings of cacti by Korean artist Kwongho Lee - probably because my brain hasn't fully grasped the fact that more →
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Remember Lorraine Loots, the artist who took on a 365 day challenge of creating one miniature painting, on a 10cm x 10cm piece of paper, for every day for an more →
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By digitally singling out old and neglected building across the western United States, photographer Ed Freeman challenges us to discover these architectural more →
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A grassy knoll perched atop a roof, a stained glass window floating like a balloon from above, a building 15 houses high . . . I'd love to live in this surreal more →
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We're crushing hard on the way American artist Chad Wys digitally modernizes classic works of art by juxtaposing conflicting colors and styles. It makes us more →
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There is something so mesmerizing and oddly palatable about Texan artist Mark Lovejoy's photographs. His process involves mixing paints, resins, oils, waxes, more →
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Raul Lemesoff is best known for his Weapon of Mass Instruction, a 1979 Ford Falcon that has been transformed into a 900 book roving library resembling a more →
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