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A Whole Lotta Cabbage.

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Share This.Staying within the vein of his zabuton of leaves series, Yasuhiro Suzuki presented an addition of paper clay cabbage bowls. Made from paper clay shaped by silicon moldings, the leaves are said to feel just like the real thing.

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.  

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

Shoulders to the Wheel. | #JehsLaub

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Share This.Duo Markus Jehs and Jürgen Laub of Jehs + Laub have won our minimalist hearts with their groovy new Time Clock. Resembling the steering wheel of an automobile, the Jehs + Laub Time Clock is not just a clock, but an intriguing, and functional, work of art.  

Preparing for Re-Entry.

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Share This.It is truly a small world after all. Today we were going to feature this insanely dope photo by conceptual artist Brian Oldham and in the process of exploring his work, we also found out that he is friends with another celebrated artist named Alex Stoddard. For those of you who may not remember, we had the pleasure of interviewing Stoddard in the early fall of 2012–but enough six degrees of separation, Read More

PK All Day.

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Share This.We’ve admired Andrew Archer work from a afar for some time now, and today we have decided to marvel at his latest series simply titled, PK. Archer has a brilliant knack for color, and has successfully cultivated a neo-vintage style that is all his own.

(Super)b Minimalist.

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Share This.We have a biased truth to reveal about the art that is currently being presented. We have actually seen this series floating around since the summer but an influx of Avenger related art caused us to purposefully ignore it. Now that the starred studded summer blockbuster’s influence has waned, we decided to take a second look at Michael Turner‘s minimalist series–which was inspired not only by the Avengers but Read More

Got the Blues?

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Share This.For those of you who have been fortunate enough to experience this powdery winter, Andrey Belkov‘s Winter Blues should be the most relatable work you have seen in months. Blatant winter disdain withstanding, Winter Blues utilizes a far more endearing approach when it comes to coldest time of the year. “In my series Winter Blues, I captured the images that I would like to keep for myself. They stop the rhythm Read More

On a Roll.

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Share This.Painting is usually a huge fucking bore but the folks over at The Painted House have created simple but unique paint rollers that allows its user to be more creative. Reviving the classic analog experience of printing with paint, The Painted House offers paint rollers that work on both walls and fabric. These rollers come in various designs and are perfect for giving off that old fashioned hand painted look. You Read More