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Troy Moth left his career in fashion and commercial photography to return to his Canadian roots, where he spent the first few years of his life living in a more →
Things On Dogs | HonestlyWTF
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I love French artist Benjamin Flouw's mid-century inspired illustrations. Each of his illustrated series have a quirky, cartoon-like aesthetic that make them more →
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London based artist Lizzy Stewart's drawings have the perfect touch of quirk and charm to them. I love how each illustration tells a story, with new details more →
Grace Oda | HonestlyWTF
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This collection of partially submerged ocean shots, by photographer Grace Oda, is like a invigorating, salty refresher on this hot summer day. I want to more →
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A flower isn't just a flower. Vancouver artist Bobbie Burgers' paintings recontextualize flowers with her wonderfully emotional and provocative brush strokes more →
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What might look like a series of abstract paintings, is actually a collection of aerial photographs of blue salt fields in northern Australia. The composition more →
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A peanut shell, a pretzel stick, an onion skin, a coffee bean, a grain of rice . . . there isn't a single surface too small or too delicate for Hasan Kale. more →
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If there is only one requirement I have while flying, it's that I must have a window seat. I feel claustrophobic without it - and I just love staring out the more →
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I haven't stopping thinking about illustrator and textile artist Elizabeth Pawle's wall hangings since I first came across her work on Instagram a few weeks more →
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Environmental artist Steve Messam has built a weight-bearing bridge out of sheets of poppy-red paper, over a small creek, in the middle of the English more →
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I'm loving the wonderful mixture of animals and nature in Norwegian visual artist Andreas Lie's double exposure photographs. His usage of the trees as the fur more →
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