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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.  

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.

James Lakes |x| Christian Thane.

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Share This.Australian artist James Lake recently collaborated with photographer Harrison Thane for a brief series of works that blend Lake’s eccentric color palette and Thane’s portraits of underprivileged children. Lake also teamed up with like-minded artist Leif Podajsky to create MELT, an online art platform exploring artists who make work that reaches beyond themselves.  

Hello, Moto.

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Share This.The Patella Brothers‘ Moto is a mixed media series that uses paint and photography to create the oxymoronic illusion of stationary motion. 

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.

…In Bunches.

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Share This.Artist Luke Thomas Edwards blurs the lines between paint and sculpture with his latest installation. Edwards decorated 4ft square canvases with ready mix paint, charcoal, plaster, bunched them up and hung them up against a stark white wall with a drawing pin. It looks as if a giant discarded his unwanted work and Edwards stumbled upon them by mistake. Check out some close up → HERE! ←

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

Mr. Blick Has Peace In Mind.

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Share This.Who is Mr. Blick? For all we know, he could be Jimmy Hoffa but as of right now, he is a brilliant artist who is familiar with the contrast of war and peace. Harkening back to October 21, 1967 when Vietnam protesters placed flowers in the barrels of MP’s rifles, Blick’s mixed media collages replaces weaponry with beautiful flowers. Despite his strong footing in film, Blick is very much an all around artist. Read More

Space Travel in the 50s.

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Share This.Ceren Kiliç‘s geometrical whimsy is the stuff that artists are made of. Kiliç, inspired by the stars and 50s nostalgia, creates fascinating mixed media collages that resemble some sort of parallel universe. She welcomes us into her world with open arms, greeting us with a bouquet of dated innocence and celestial bliss.

Photogenetics.

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Share This.Artist Ida Applebroog defines the term photogenetics as “a series of images produced through the crossbreeding of photography, sculpture, technology and painting.”  Her latest body of work does just that. Human eyes peer out from behind misshapen bodies and faces that create a new type of image that pools multiple mediums. The figures appear indistinguishable and yet familiar. The eyes and the mouth are most likely digitally cut from Read More