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Through the Lens

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PorscheS
April 14th, 2010

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When he was just twelve years old he took his first picture as a way to remember extraoridinary moments and vacations; and now Peter Beard is a photographic master.

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Machines Plucked From Clock Tower Dreams

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Salvatore
April 14th, 2010

typ 09 1gr Machines Plucked From Clock Tower DreamsThere’s no point to write anything here. You know you’re going to click the jump just to see what these twisted crafts of machine demons are. [ Continue Reading ]

Giving Artistic Life to Common Materials

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KristinConroy
April 13th, 2010

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Jacqueline Rush Lee is drawn to everyday materials with a desire to transform them into sculptures that speak of alternate past lives.  Her goal is turning what is familiar and common, into artistic objects that are unfamiliar and undeniably uncommon. [ Continue Reading ]

Beyond the Camera Lens

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KristinConroy
April 12th, 2010

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Christian Schmidt, a German freelance photographer, is award-winning for a reason.  No matter what he points his camera at, the resulting image is breathtaking, intriguing, or mesmerizing.  [ Continue Reading ]

Something Everyone Can Like

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Salvatore
April 12th, 2010

l 4391147c5ae9686288015812073f7b29 Something Everyone Can LikeNow this is just the sort of crap that I like. Tacky and a little corny? Who cares. I mean this is the sorta thing that just can’t find itself to die. And someone is always out there adding their own little flourish. That certain twist and tweek. Sometimes it’s a massive failure. Other times it’s a smirk inducing indulgence. This is one of those. [ Continue Reading ]

Beer Can Butterflies

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teresalj
April 9th, 2010

bcb Flock detail middle  527x400 Beer Can ButterfliesPaul Villinski really has something here. He investigates the premise of metamorphosis by recycling beer cans found in the streets of New York into lovely creatures, like butterflies (also birds and flying machines.) I’ve never seen a better use for beer cans than flocks of butterflies in various situations. I’m partial to the possibility of recycling awareness these sculptures create as well (very proactive-save the earth and all that.) [ Continue Reading ]

Yes…it’s a Tire

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PorscheS
April 7th, 2010

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Believe or not, but what you’re looking at is a recycled tire; yes the kind of tire that fits on your car.

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Zhou Fan

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teresalj
April 6th, 2010

zhou fan 15 402x400 Zhou FanZhou Fan, Chinese artist selected as one of the 25 Emerging Chinese artists by international art critics, has based his “Love of Jellyfish” paintings on a dream he had as a child of jellyfish floating in the sky. Some of them landed and resembled mushrooms upon their landing. One of them depicts a boy crying because he keeps sad things in him that he refuses to really acknowledge. [ Continue Reading ]

Angus MacLane The Lego Extraordinaire

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PorscheS
April 6th, 2010

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This is Legos to the 20th power. Angus MacLane is a creative genius.

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