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Shawn Huckins, a Denver based artist, mimics the exact proportions, font, layout and hues of paint cards found at every home improvement store. His Paint more →
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Can you believe that these portraits of the London Underground, Piccadilly Circus, Hampstead Heath and Camden Town are constructed entirely of denim?! more →
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You know it was a proper celebration when you wake up in the morning to find disco balls on the floor . . . melted and partied out. Cheers to a festive 2012 more →
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I just love the way artist Ben Giles alters vintage and fashion photographs to create the most fabulously eccentric collages. Honestly, so good. more →
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Life Magazine has released a series of photographs from the 1949 collaboration between Pablo Picasso and Gjon Mili, the pioneer of stroboscopic light in more →
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Another gorgeous series from photographer Kari Herer . . . this time, the collection of photographs celebrates the holidays with winter white gardenias, golden more →
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Hitting the streets of São Paulo is 6emeia, a collaborative effort between two street artists Leonardo Delafuente (aka Delafuente) and Anderson Augusto more →
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Levi’s Vintage Clothing pays tribute to the renegade spirit and style of the American biker with 21 one-of-a-kind leather jackets, hand-painted by 13 more →
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Canadian photographer Matt Molloy stacks hundreds of shots, taken from a time lapse video, to create painting like images. The layering creates the most more →
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These lyrical neon sign sculptures, by London and Berlin-based artist Olivia Steele, really tug at my heart strings . . . in the most gratifying way, of more →
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In collaboration with the Duomo and Opera d’Arte in Milan, international art collective Cracking Art Group created and placed 50 blue snail sculptures on more →
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After thrifting a Blue Boy painting for $3, I soon discovered that it was actually a paint by number piece! This techinique began in 1950 when Max Klein, of more →
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Alberto Seveso's spellbinding ink and water photographs never cease to amaze me. In his fourth series he's injected metallic gold ink into billows of colored more →
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How amazing is this installation that Gabriel Dawes created for Miniartextil, an annual contemporary art exhibition in Como, Italy? Known for his vibrant, more →
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