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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 →
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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 →
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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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One of artist Keira Rathbone's mediums is the use of vintage typewriters. She types out letters, numbers and symbols in place of brush strokes and pixels, more →
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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 →
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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 →
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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 →
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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 →
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