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Karan Singh. |x| Pat Lok.

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Share This.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.

Parametric Expression.

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Share This.Mike Pelleteir‘s Parametric Expression is a tastefully creepy project that uses a series of ambient video loops that explore the concept of quantified emotion. The seemingly unfinished figures go through a set of expressions that gradually become more disturbing and grotesque. Music featured in the video is provided by Colleen  (“I Was Deep in A Dream and Didn’t Know It”)

Ross Gunter. | Bridging the Gap Tee.

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Share This.A part of a bi-monthly tee series, Ross Gunter‘s Bridging the Gap tee is a wearable version of the well received poster (featured above). Bridging the Gap will undergo a limited run with no reprints–get one while you can.

A Carpet of Many Labels.

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Share This.Life isn’t about labels… except when it comes to the Jeans Label carpet. The folks at Kings of Sweden uses the unique piece to pay homage to the concept of recycling. Made from various jean labels, the carpet is a great creative effort that gives discarded material second life.

Keep Counting.

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Share This.Painting Jarek Kubicki recently added some new pieces to his ongoing series, The Numbers. In the series, Kubicki uses his design and photographic prowess to create surrealistic portraits.

Leif Podhajsky. | Abstract Canapé.

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Share This.Abstract Canapé by Leif Podhajsky is a series of trippy reworkings of a photograph originally taken by Juergen Teller. Podhajsky takes much artistic license, cloning the photograph into a compilation of surreal portraits. Podhajsky also recently created artwork for Kelis’ single, “Jerk Ribs,” and her upcoming album, Food. Aside for his stellar personal work, Podhajsky is said to have the ‘most unforgettable album cover portfolio of the last few years.’

Not So Dark After All.

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Share This.True to it’s title, It Is Dark, is a dimly lit short that pulsates with raw carnal energy and surreal aesthetics. Charles Bergquist, who directed the experimental film, creates a clever contradiction by incorporating ghostly explosions of neon hues and an ironic farewell message. Watch and enjoy!

The Gift of Sight.

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Share This.My Optic is a warm lookbook-esque series by Nastassia Aleinika that puts a spotlight on some arresting eyewear. Aleinika’s pieces are both vintage and neo-classical. Some of the designs seem too abstract to be functional, but overall each piece has an unique, innovative look.

A Fit Ride.

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Share This.Designer Chris Labrooy‘s Auto Aerobics is a mind bending 3D series that features vintage-looking automobiles geometrically entangled with one another. It comes off as cartoonish at first, but we were quickly overtaken by the stunning detail, heady concept, and noteworthy execution.  

Catch You on the Chirnside.

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Share This.There is something cryptic about Sam Chirnside‘s work. In his world, the nuances are often subtle, but the messages themselves are quite potent. He plays with the concept of perception and toys with the mechanics of comprehension. If it were not for the titles, which provide a modest reference, one could spend forever and a day deciphering Chirnside’s work.