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Wys Guy.

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Share This.Illinois native Chad Wys is a vandal of sorts. He takes existing works of art, and defaces them in a way that make the pieces even more intriguing. In fact, Wys is more than a vandal, he is an artistic obstructionist–disrupting traditional art in order to deliver his own message of abstract simplicity.  

The Many Faces of Mary. | #SoasigChamaillard #Mary #MotherOfJesus

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Share This.At times religion is a subject that isn’t to be touched; especially in a way that demeans it. But every once in a while, an artist is able to reinvent the notion of religion in a way that is more of an interpretation than a backhanded spotlighting. Soasig Chamaillard is that artist. Examining the role of women in religion, Chamaillard uses the Virgin Mary as a blank canvas. See Read More

Reed’s Anatomy.

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Share This.Michael Reedy anatomy based illustrations are something to die for. Reedy is currently selling them in prints → here ←.

Cut Ups.

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Share This.Photographer David A. Reeves is merging his love of photography and video games with latest project that involves paper cutouts and miniature staging. Some of the zombies are modeled after actual zombies from video games like Fallout 3 and Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare. Reeves even pays homage to the cape crusader in one of his works.  

Jarring.

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Share This.Photographer Lissy Elle Laricchia makes a whimsical fair out of mason jars. Maybe our memory escapes us but Laricchia’s luminous display is really the first of its kind that we’ve seen. It’s captivating and oddly original.

These Colors Do Run.

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Share This.Lansing based designer, Jessica Kerbawy, creates a library of color with her positively received crayon art. Using a heat gun, Kerbawy melts the arranged crayons to bring out a bleeding spectrum of vivid hues. You can find her work for sale at her Esty shop, JKCreate.  

A Cosmic Love Session.

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Share This.Today we have the pleasure of featuring yet another brilliant conceptual artist, photographer Phillip Schumacher. The Germany based photographer, who also goes by the name of Pipo, is much like extraordinary talent, Alex Stoddard. His ideas are so far fetched, we can only wonder how he actually pulls most of his works off. We are currently enthralled with his brief series titled, Cosmic Love.

A (Lik)ely Paradise.

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Share This.With Old Man Winter battering the east coast with a copious amount of snow, places with dry weather seem more beautiful and peaceful than ever–or least photographer, Peter Lik, makes them seem that way. Lik’s series of canyons and arches depict the desert as a mystical wonderland of colors and natural architecture. A world renowned landscape photographer, the Aussie shutterbug is entirely self-taught.

Lego Relief.

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Share This.Channeling his creative inner child, 3D artist, J.R. Schmidt, has created a topographic-like Lego sculpture of New York City–but it wasn’t all fun and games. Schmidt went through a complicated process in order to arrange this sculpture. Using an assortment of maps and satellite imagery, the artist was able to mimic the elevation points of the city almost to a tee. With all that has happen to the city in Read More

To Be Young. | #AshleyKeeler #photography

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Share This.Up until now, Kendall Bouchlas was youngest talent that we have ever had the pleasure of featuring. We say “up until now” because we recently became acquainted with the work of 13-year-old Ashley Keeler. The young photog has barely gotten her feet wet, but has already made a grand splash in our eyes. Contrary to our accolades, Keeler’s work is not the focus here–it is her potential that we love. Read More