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Miles by Bike.

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Share This.If you are looking for a gift for that friend who loves art and jazz, look no more. Created by Dustin Harbin, “Miles by Bike” is a simple, but soulful, ode to one of music’s most brilliant icons. The color version is nifty, but we are head over heels in love with the white, black, and cream. You can get both at Harbin’s shop.

Audio-Visuals Check.

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Share This.Peter Crawley‘s Audio-Visual series seeks visually represent well known music using the frequencies in the song. Each line is sewn with white thread and represents one minute. This gives the work a great minimalist appeal. The piece we are featuring today is the visual form of Blowin’ in the wind by Bob Dylan but Crawley has also captured classic like “If 6 Was 9“, “A Day in the Life“, “Good Read More

What a Bor.

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Share This.Illustrator and street artist Sretan Bor creates brilliantly primitive works that are both surrealistic and intriguing. Living and working in Zagreb, Croatia and Belgrade, Serbia, the artist almost primarily exists in a realm of religious satire, human bureaucracy and wilderness.  

Guazzabuglio di Parentela.

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Share This.Claudio Parentela‘s work is a smashmouth entity of delirium and high fashion. When Parentela came to us with his work we immediately felt ashamed that we hadn’t discovered him on our own. It was awe at first sight. Parentela’s busy method was initially shocking but it wasn’t long until we recognized his greatness. Art that is executed in this manner may be perceived by some as an empty or ostentatious affair but there Read More