misterpapika1
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Remember Mamika, the superhero alter ego of photographer Sacha Goldberger's grandmother Frederika? Well, now she's back but with a new sidekick and love more →
gord2
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As an avid lamp collector, I about died when I saw these carved lamps made from dried gourds by Calabarte. Gourds from Senegal are meticulously hand drilled, more →
inkrider1
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Artist Alberto Sevesto has followed up his beautiful Disastro Ecologico series with another set of amazing high speed photographs. This time around a Lego more →
highwheel1
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High Wheel was a video project by Maider Lopez where he digitally removed the main structure of a ferris wheel, making the passenger cars float weightlessly more →
yellowbunny1
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Remember Florentijn Hofman's Fat Monkey sculpture made of 10,000 flip flops? Well, the Rotterdam-based artist is at it again with his newest large-scale more →
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Artist Wayne White, who once worked as a set designer on Pee-wee's Playhouse and as an art director of a Smashing Pumpkins music video, paints cheeky more →
levitation7
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After singing her praises back in March, I still can't get over Natsumi Hayashi's self-portraits and continue to be in awe of her most recent levitations. more →
louise tidd 01
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While living in Spain, I was once told by a beautiful Spanish gypsy that a woman's body was meant to dance. She swore that 10 minutes of dancing a day would more →
ladies1
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The talented young woman behind these stylish and exuberant sketches is Inslee Hanes, a fashion illustrator living in New York City. I love her work and what a more →
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The paper cup is an icon of disposable culture and by imposing classical ceramic styling and playing with the material, artist Rebecca Wilson aims to highlight more →
wetplate3
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I have a huge appreciation for artists who are dedicated to reviving nearly extinct techniques, especially in this day and age. Daniel Carrillo is the one of more →
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Dalton Ghetti, a carpenter by trade, began creating sculptures out of pencils 25 years ago after wanting to challenge himself by carving tiny objects. He uses more →
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