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Chilean artist Livia Marin's series "Broken Things" showcases porcelain cups and bowls, cracked and distorted.  And though the fractures are meant to represent more →
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Inspired by Victorian chandeliers and bike culture, artist Carolina Fontoura Alzaga uses old bike chain, rims and spokes to create incredible, one-of-a-kind more →
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While Banksy was in Los Angeles for his Oscar nominated film, Exit Through The Gift Shop, he beautified our beloved city with some fantastic new pieces. Thanks more →
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If you loved Maia Flore's Sleep Elevations you just might fall in love with Natsumi's photo blog documenting her daily levitations. The images are so fun to more →
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In his "Pour" series, New York artist Holton Rower masterminds the pouring of successive layers of paint onto three dimensional objects. The results more →
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Believe it or not, these images are not digitally enhanced. Honestly. The man behind these mind boggling art installations is Felice Varini, a Swiss artist more →
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Spanish artist Maximo Riera is a renaissance man. Photographer, painter, sculptor, and even a published poet has now finished his first piece in his animal more →
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French artist Anastassia Elias uses toilet paper rolls to create art. She choose paper to match the color of the roll to give it a seamless look and creates more →
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I've just returned from Wild & Scenic, a 3 day environmental film festival and the largest of its kind. One of my favorite films was Waste Land, the winner more →
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When French photographer Sacha Goldberger realized his 91 year old Hungarian grandmother Frederika was lonely and might be suffering from depression, he more →
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