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What started out an accidental exercise with a single roll of painter's tape, is now the medium that artist Aakash Nihalani uses for his geometric, trompe more →
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Canadian artist Amy Alice Thompson has won me over with her Roadtrip series. It doesn't get better than classic cars and campers out on the open road. So more →
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All it takes is some googly eyes, a wagging tongue and some fierce teeth to turn ordinary street fixtures into monsters. Canadian artist Aiden Glynn has more →
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I love it when artists bring life and texture to two dimensional photos and drawings by way of embroidery. In his latest series Newserie, Chilean artist Jose more →
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They say dogs resemble their owners . . . or is it that dog owners resemble their pets? With a bit of Photoshop trickery, Swiss photographer Sebastian more →
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Dick Tracy meets the Jetsons in Tel Aviv based artist Ido Yehimovitz's illustrated series, Ze Future. Makes you wonder if we'll ever see hovering vehicles more →
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UK-based illustrator Chris Labrooy's renderings had me do a double take. What looks like photographs of real-life sculptures of interlocking classic cars are more →
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It's amazing how a series of simple line drawings can take on a life of it's own. Moscow-based artist Nataliya Platonova has filled her Moleskin notebook with more →
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In addition to being a painter, sculptor, jewelry designer and author, Cuban born artist Elsa Mora is most impressively an unbelievably talented paper cutter. more →
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For a newly released book project, photographer Mark Nixon has captured intimate portraits of cherished stuffed animals that have been ripped apart and bruised more →
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A few moths ago, while at a restaurant, I spotted a silkscreened poster of a howling bear with the phrase: You Have Everything You Need. I immediately went home more →
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