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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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Artist Juliana Santacruz Herrera has taken to the streets of Paris to repair unsightly potholes and cracks with braids and braids of colorful yarn. Reminds me more →
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Inspired by transforming mass produced items into unique and handmade works of art, Inge Jacobsen brilliantly stitches onto the the pages of fashion magazines more →
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Swedish artist Johan Thörnqvist adds the most detailed city and character illustrations on top of ordinary photographs. The results are incredibly magical and more →
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Artist Brian Dettmer alters pre-existing books one page at a time using knives, tweezers and surgical tools. He begins by sealing the books edges, creating an more →
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Self-taught German photographer Matthias Heiderich's photos of Berlin are so appealing. I can't stop staring at the colors and lines. Beautiful!! more →
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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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