money3
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How cool are these sculptures constructed from international bills? Canadian artist Kristi Malakoff skillfully folds, cuts, and pastes paper money from all more →
yago1
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I'm loving the smeared, marbled, and vibrant strokes in artist Yago Hortal's acrylic paintings . . . they're so wild and dynamic yet wondrously controlled. more →
LA sign 1
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I love old signage and theater marquees. Océane Buret, a recent transport from Paris, has beautifully captured LA's most historic and famous landmarks with more →
amador1
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With a rake as his only tool, San Francisco based artist Andreas Amador creates large scale sand paintings primarily on beaches along the California coast. more →
Van 2
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After seven years of painting 30 van portraits, Artist Kevin Cyr will be having a solo exhibition at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York City from May more →
seveso1
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I still can't get over how Alberto Seveso can make something as simple as ink in water look so captivating. Each photo, in his latest series, captures duos of more →
panic room 1
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Honestly...WTF?! I need to stay in this half graffiti and half stark white room, created by artist Tilt, in the Au Vieux Panier in Marseille, France. Each more →
frontin6
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. . . photographer Erwan Frontin's wildflowers, all of which he discovered while traveling throughout southern France. Don't you feel as though you can just more →
NYC-Skateboard-1
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From 1960 to 1963, over fifty million skateboards were sold in the US. Skateboarding was clearly becoming a growing sport and eventually in May of 1965, this more →
bonsai
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It's no wonder a former maze illustrator is the architect behind these incredibly detailed bonsai sculptures made of clay, epoxy putty, copper line, plastic, more →
cocodeparis 1
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Coco de Paris, a mixed media designer, paints charming and humorous creatures on antique french paper. This series in particular was illustrated on "La Petit more →
adrianafranco1
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Believe it or not, what look like photographs of microscopic moss or trees laid against a snowy landscape are actually aerial shots of dried up, spiny rivers in more →
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