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The Big Rojo in the Sky.

Inspired by the recent blood moon, rapper Anthony Cruz laid down a killer freestyle over Statik Selektah's "On the Marquee" instrumental. Cruz, who recently released the well received Fear and Loathing in New York City, dropped the "Blood Moon" Freestyle right after the rare lunar eclipsed occurred at 12:53 a.m. ET.

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All About Botany.

Ami's Green Botanical Print Canvas Backpack comes just in time for the warm weather seasons. Carpeted in flowers and other plants, the pack contains a traditional main compartment and a face pocket.

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King Deco. | Tigris EP.

Jordanian singer King Deco just released her long awaited EP, Tigris. Containing three solid tracks, including the popular song "One" (feat. Kinetics), Tigris is giving listeners exactly what they have been waiting for. Although Tigris is already garnering some positive reviews, Deco revealed to us that this EP is just the beginning. We strongly advise that you keep your ears open. Until then, get your hands

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An Imprint of Home.

Taking place in the city of Toronto, Living Sections is an ongoing series by Paul Kawai that focuses the architectural progress of a densely populated city. Capturing the imprints of demolished houses, Living Sections visualization of a lasting impression. "When a building comes down in a dense city, what usually remains is a sort of tattoo or scar on the remaining surrounding structures. I have heard these referred to as "Living Sections", wherein you are left with a fragmented sectional view of the former building attached to another." - Paul Kawai

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Level to This.

Japanese artist Naho Kubota presents us with an abstract series that manipulates light. Light Levels is an intriguingly stoic project and explores how light can change one's conceptual perspective.

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Coined.

Time for change! Well, not the sociopolitical kind, but the jingly kind. Property Of... created a nifty coin wallet that brings silence to your pockets. The Louis Coin Wallet is made from a sturdy waxed canvas, and contains a useful pocket for loose change.

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Karan Singh. |x| Pat Lok.

Australian artist Karan Singh created some ill cover art for Canadian producer Pat Lok. While some pieces were inspired by conversation between Singh and Lok, other pieces (particularly the cover art for the remixes) were influenced by the mood of the song.

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The Winner.

We took a look at some recent personal work by Davi Caramel. The multifaceted artist is well known for his awesome commercial work, but like most day/night artists, his personal work screams with a palpable freedom.

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Chen Dao LEE. | Not the Hero Type.

Not the Hero Type is a playful series by Chen Dao LEE that marries Eastern fetishism with Western pop culture icons--particularly superheroes. The Taiwanese realist, who is known for his life-like paintings, depicts well known heroes in compromising positions, being less than hero-like.

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Fuco Ueda. |x| Thinkspace. | Kioku No Hana (Flower of Memory).

On Saturday Thinkspace will be debuting a lovely exhibition by Fuco Ueda. Kioku No Hana (Flower of Memory) is the Japanese artist's first solo exhibition with the gallery, and has garnered a considerable amount buzz in the days leading up to its debut. Ueda is a brilliant illustrator whose surrealistic narrative enriches her work beyond words. The exhibition will feature new and recent works. Kioku No Hana (Flower of Memory) open Saturday, March 29, 2014 and takes place from 6:00pm - 9:00pm. Be sure to stop

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A Conspiracy in Caracas.

Venezuela is on fire. Literally. Garbage fires permeate the streets of Caracas as pro and anti government forces square off in an increasingly bloody showdown. You can tell a lot about someone by who they blame for Venezuela’s suffering, especially at the extreme ends of the spectrum. Hard core conservatives see socialism run amok. Conspiracy theorists see the country as a warning about the dangerous, meddlesome reach of the global financial elite.  The reality is less clear cut, but it’s just as sad. This is a story that’s long on victims and short on heroes. The Venezuelan people have been buffeted between right wing bullies and left wing demagogues for

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Build a Moat.

Moat is a dizzying, celestial series by Christian Zander. Zander, who is known for his abstract pattern work, incorporates a somewhat seasonal color palette in the series. He also creates a slight contrast between pentagonal pattern and his signature microbial aesthetic.

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Mc Fitti |x| Puma.

Berlin newcomer Mc Fitti and Puma tap into a well of pop surrealism in their recent collaboration. The collection, engorged with tropical resort leisure and abstract cheer, only makes the settling in of spring more urgent than ever.

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Reduced to Nil.

Saiman Chow's  Nil is a whimsical tale of destruction. Perhaps an artistic storyboarding of the havoc that man has wreaked on nature, Chow brief series gleefully reckless and playfully condemning.

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Surreal Surf.

Joel Rea, who created an abstract contrast between man and man's best friend in past works, pits man (and animal) against the forces of nature in his newest work. Rea's surrealistic talents shine bright in these latest pieces, featuring lush details and underlying personal themes.

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Snickers and Aussie Builders Surprise Women.

An Australian Snickers commercial takes a humorous jab at gender relations, and it's turning quite a few heads. Snickers, known for their commercials in which individuals aren't themselves without their peanuty, nougaty candy bar, teamed up with Aussie builders who also acted out of character by lamented unsuspecting women with empowering statements that were a far cry from their usual public harassment. The women, whose reactions ranged from genuine bewilderment to gratuity, had no idea about the stunt, and were taken by complete surprise. Although this is just another well executed ploy to sell candy bars, the concept and the issue that it addresses are strikingly relevant. Under a thin

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