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Upon first glance, I nearly mistook Heike Brachlow's glass sculptures as finely carved gems and minerals. How insanely beautiful are these colorful tones of more →
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It's amazing how heavy brushstrokes can bring so much realism and life into a painting with such simple composition. I'm absolutely smitten with these works more →
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After visiting California, Nevada, and Florida and photographing what they deem as some of the best Mid-century modern architecture, artistic duo Geebird & more →
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Stephen Shore's ability to turn something as mundane as a highway billboard or a motel room puzzle into captivating scene, leaving the viewer staring and more →
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This personal project, by Montreal-based artist Aaron Kaufman, explores composition, color, form and distortion with digitally created landscapes. No Man's more →
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When Grant Haffner drives, he feels alive. The Long Island based artist paints prismatic landscapes inspired by long drives on the open highways in his home more →
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Canadian artist Yuliya's watercolors evoke such a feeling of familiarity and warmness, that I can't help but get lost in each one. I love the somewhat more →
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Artist Peyton Fulford started her photographic project by asking people from all over the world, via Tumblr, to send her text messages, email text and dairy more →
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Jasenko Đorđević is another artist who is using the tips of graphite pencils as his canvas. With just an X-acto knife and a tiny chisel, the Bosnian more →
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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 →
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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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