olaf1
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Commissioned by such clients as The Financial Times, The New Yorker, Playboy, Rolling Stone, Wall Street Journal and Bacardi, German artist Olaf Hajek has made more →
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A newly launched blog, Dear Photograph, invites us to take a picture from the past and photograph it, merging it into the present. I can't wait to rummage more →
abelardo5
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Cuban artist Abelardo Morell is known for his life size photographs projected onto the walls of rooms all over the world using the most unique technique: a more →
desertindoors4
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Kolmanskop, a town in the Namib desert in southern Namibia, was once a rich diamond mining village. Within a 40 year span the town lived, flourished and then more →
watercolor1
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Self-taught artist Christian Couteau has transported me to far away places like Vietnam, Chile, France, Cuba and Peru in his stunning watercolors. I'm blown more →
1x
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The beauty of this photograph, found via my newest online obsession, literally took my breath away. If you're looking to be wowed, you've gotta check out 1x.com more →
happy7
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Custom family crests . . . makes for an amazing wedding gift, right? After spending two weeks of getting to know you and your partner, artist Happy Menocal more →
bouncy1
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Do you remember that commercial that aired a few years ago involving hundreds of thousands of colorful bouncy balls wildly bouncing down the steep streets of more →
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By in Art, Video
If you've got a few minutes to spare today and are looking to be inspired, check out this short film showing how French artists Supakitch and Koralie created more →
balloon1
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Each year the French Ministry of Culture and Communication invites a leading artist to create a work that responds to the exceptional architectural space of the more →
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Canadian photographer Todd McLellan has inspired me to look around and take things apart for their components (DIY supplies?). Todd disassembles and more →
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Peggy Wolf was studying fashion design for several years until she realized she enjoyed drawing more than designing. Her use of watercolors, pastels, ink, and more →
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Several years ago, after a trip to Southeast Asia, textile designer Lulu de Kwiatkowski started assembling large-scale collages from pages of old journals, love more →
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