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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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I absolutely love the raw beauty of these richly colored images of age-old New York City storefronts from James and Karla Murray's book Store Front: The more →
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Designer Stuart Haygarth created this strikingly magical staircase at London's Victoria & Albert Museum, in collaboration with framing company John more →
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The Fat Monkey, or Macaco Gordo, was designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman to coincide with the 2010 Pixel Show, held in Sao Paulo Brazil. With the help more →
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In his ongoing project, Dispatchwork, artist Jan Vormann uses Legos to repair damaged walls. He started by patching up surfaces in Bocchigano, Italy and has more →
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I'm completely mesmerized by these photos by German photographer, Amira Fritz. Her work is haunting and unusual yet unexpectedly dreamy, ethereal and humorous more →
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After ten years of working as a commercial illustrator, Stockholm based artist Stina Persson has abandoned her digital safety net to create a new collection of more →
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Summer is coming to an end but I couldn't resist sharing Massimo Vitali's series of Italian beach panoramas. Although his large format photos simply depict more →
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Javier Piñon's collages are humorous, bizarre, wonderfully engaging...and simply fun to look at. I dig it. Oh, and did you know his is married to the talented more →
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Lauren and I instantly fell in love with artist Rolando Robinson's origami art, particularly his Follicle Girls series. His initial concept was inspired by more →
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Helsinki based artist Jonna Pohjalainen spent a summer at an environmental art workshop, where she would sit quietly taking in the rural landscape, sharpening more →
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Lee Friedlander is the first photographer to make the car an actual “form” in his book America by Car. Over the past decade, Lee drove across nearly 50 more →
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In the 1960s, Sarah Moon (fashion photographer and filmmaker) discovered Ansco’s GAF500 film while living in Paris.  Contrary to popular thought, she more →
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Delphine Dussoubs, a 22 year old French artist, documented her 2 week journey through Morocco by making a scrapbook of collages and drawings.  One of the more →
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