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Painter’s Block.

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Share This.Simplistic and raw, these works by Rodrigo Cruz manipulate the concept of perspective. Cruz bends and stretches the shapes, adding a third dimension to a two dimensional display.

Away from the Light.

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Share This.Similar to the aesthetic of Mark Dorf, Charles Bergquist‘s What Happens in the Dark features an artful alteration of an organic landscape through use of geometric shapes and abstract hues.

Path Finder.

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Share This.Photographer Mark Dorf, from Louisville, KY, manipulates his images in a little white box in Bushwick, Brooklyn. He focuses on the wide-open spaces of nature and how they shift in an increasingly tech-first world. The environments he creates are bound with a sheen of lucidity. He earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography from The Savannah College of Art and Design in Georgia in 2011. Most recently, work Read More

Dot On.

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Share This.Gary Andrew Clarke has a special way of seeing things. His remixed works of classic paintings, such as Leonardo Di Vinci’s Mona Lisa, Johannes Vermeer’s The Girl with a Pearl Earring, and Andy Warhol’s Marilyn Diptych, view fine art through a geometric lens. Using enigmatic minimalism, Clarke goads his audience into applying their knowledge of art through a clever guessing game. Get these prints of remixes and other works → here. ←

Shapely Allure.

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Share This.Timothy Lee‘s Colour Code is a sensual application of light and geometric shapes. Using Afroditi’s body as a canvas, the Canadian photographer captures a sultry display of light manipulation. Lee, who refers to himself as an “image maker” rather than a photographer, also does a wonderful job of capturing the richness of color–to a point where it occasionally looks painted on. See more → here. ←

The Colour Tour.

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Share This.Spring will soon be here and the travel bug is bound to start biting. Appealing to the jetsetter in us all, Yoni Alter‘s Shapes of Cities series is colorful tour of the world’s most popular destinations. Each print in the series features a city’s landmarks accurate to scale. If you’d like one of your own, find them → here. ←

Counterpoint.

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Share This.In Erin Cone‘s realm there are two warring forms. There is the human form, which is populated with lines that have their own eccentric characteristics and free will. And then there is the form of design, a freeflowing regime that is structured by geometry. Cone is an instigator of sorts. Her work seems to purposefully pit the two forms against one another. In many of her pieces, she threatens the organic delicacy of her subjects Read More