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June 8, 2012

Inside The Coiffure Project.

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Share This.Glenford Nunez is an artist with a purpose. It’s a cliche statement but when you hear Nunez speak about his craft, you know that he isn’t just merely creating with whimsy. “The Coiffure Project was never meant to be a Black thing… it was all about the hair.” The Coiffure Project, a series by Nunez that shines a modest spotlight on the beauty of natural hair, has been receiving Read More

(Digit)al Drawing.

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Share This.Judith Ann Braun gives whole new meaning to finger painting. Using charcoal dust, Braun sketches out elaborately intricate murals without the assistance of anything more than her 10 digits.

Fast Take Out.

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Share This. Photo Courtesy of Aalto + Aalto. Innovative and ingenious, this storage cabinet is the coolest thing since the cool side of the pillow. Designed by Klaus Aalto, this dresser has individual take-away storage cases; perfect for travel, organization and categorizing. The cabinet briefcases are made of Plasticase plastic and can be custom ordered in about ten colors and labels. →Order Here!←

Lost iin Liisa.

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Share This.Estonian illustrator Liisa Kruusmägi does not color inside the lines. Her works have an all over the place feel, but it is that sense of disarray that makes you welcome her infiltration. Inspired by other artists, culture and everyday people she draws her inspiration from the energy of life; fueling her (visually) altering state of mind. The most intriguing aspect about Kruusmägi’s work is her technique. It’s an orgy of Read More