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2013

Perfectly Still.

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Share This.The stoic beauty of Willy Verginer‘s wooden sculptures are awe inspiring. Using pops of color and abstract placements, Verginer sets a tone that ironically both animated and still.

Where Reflections Melt.

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Share This.Rikako Nagashima‘s work exists in a realm of fashion based surrealism. She combines palpable aesthetics with off the wall conceptualism. In 2013, she established her own brand Human Nature. Nagashima personal exhibition was held at the Ginza Graphic Gallery in October, 2013.

Never LEGO.

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Share This.Marco Sodano uses his latest advertising concept to remind us all that artists don’t just appear out of thin air. Implying that artistry often begins at childhood, Sodano’s series re-creates Leonardo da Vinci’s “Mona Lisa” and ”Lady with an Ermine,” and Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring” using LEGOs.

Pros Bake a Cake.

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Share This.Pro Era followed up with some raw visuals for “Pro Cakes 2.” Directed by the folks over at Brooklyn Stickup, the video starts off with a passage from William Penn dedicated to Capital STEEZ, then it drops into the typical fly shit that the Pros are known for. Peep it.

Shin Gallery. |x| Jae-Heon Lee. | Abject Beauty.

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Share This.This week is the last chance to see Jae-Heon Lee’s Abject Beauty at Shin Gallery. Inspired by the loss of his father and the birth of his son, the Korean painter explores life and death in one seemingly seamless exhibition. Abject Beauty is also accompanied by a floral centerpiece made by the folks over at The Arrogant Bloom.  Again, this is the last week to see Abject Beauty as it will be concluding on Read More

Grounded.

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Share This.During the season in which most birds fly south for the winter, Nico Bellomo‘s Birds is a trim series of fallen feathery friends. Laying lifeless in a sea of stark white, the birds maintain a certain grace even in death.

Making the Gradient.

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Share This.Broken Gradient is a shattered library of color, a fractured spectacle of hues. Created by spanish artist Manuel Fernández, Broken Gradient showcases purposeful disruption of order and the artist’s ability to manipulate the glitch.

Double the Free Candy!

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Share This.Sunny & Gabe made a trip to NYC this month. The VA group collaborated with creative space FREECANDY in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn where they performed their latest EP, Free Candy. Overwrought marketing? Far from it. It was more like twitterous serendipity. The two parties happen to use the same hashtag (#FreeCandy) on twitter and the rest was history. Sunny & Gabe were also joined by Clinton Hill’s own I AM POPULA. Read More

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Share This.Let us hark back to a time when man didn’t have up to 2500 songs in his back pocket. Let us remember the days of popped tapes and tangled black stuff. Benoit Jammes‘ cassette portraits are a creatively playful interpretation of nostalgia. Using old cassettes as his subjects, Jammes surrounds the cassettes in various themes that touch on everything from ironic humor to pop culture.

Loud Whispers.

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Share This.Australian native Lisa Sorgini has a subtle approach to her work that actually comes off quite strong. T O S K A is a series of happy accidents, stern black and white photographs graffitied with seashell colored markings. One could almost accused Sorgini of tongue in cheek anarchism, her riot is quiet but effective.