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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'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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Just when we thought Diem Chau was mad enough to sculpt intricate carvings into Crayola crayons, another crayon artist has surfaced. Hoang Tran carves pop more →
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We all love Gray Malin's work, but his latest series, Dream Series, is a refreshing departure from his signature aerial photography. Inspired by a Scottish more →
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More often than normal, we've been seeing portraits of animals - from cats to dogs to zoo animals - dressed so adorably in human clothing. Madrid based more →
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I've been swooning over Kari Herer's photographs and illustrations for so long that I need to just bite the bullet and finally purchase a few. She's now working more →
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Cats painted in vintage wares, a shiba inu photographed in menswear, and creatures illustrated in dapper garb . . . clearly, we love portraits of animals in more →
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Someone, give this dog a bone! I'm honestly crushin' on the stylish star of Menswear Dog, a dapper shiba inu, who has a taste for Ralph Lauren knit ties, Gant more →
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Judy Aldridge's new Dallas digs, filled with a wonderful mix of flea market finds and antique treasures, graced the pages of Rue Magazine's latest issue. I'm more →
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I love that artist Ryan Berkley is able to give each of his animal illustrations such fantastic personalities. He's even created individual profiles for each more →
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