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Gabriel Pulecio

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SomewhereBlue
November 15th, 2009

13 600x375 585x365 Gabriel PulecioI heart seeing really pretty or awesome looking advertisements.  Graphic illustrators/designers/motion artists like Gabriel Pulecio create some amazing work.  [ Continue Reading ]

Jo Chen, a Woman with the Goods

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Amandaaah
November 14th, 2009

jo chen 305x400 Jo Chen, a Woman with the Goods

Being recently re-introduced to comic books by a not to be named boyfriend, I have begun to explore the artists that are in charge of the intricate and awesome illustrations/ colorings that are integral to a succesful comic. Some nay sayers would argue that comic books are not artistic… well I beg to differ. Take Jo Chen for instance.  She is talented and I will scream it from the mountain top if I had a mountain near my house and the motivation to climb said mountain.

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Piezo Designs

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SomewhereBlue
November 14th, 2009

d voda 600x313 585x305 Piezo DesignsStraight out of the Ukraine, Piezo Design is a graphic design group and their work is off the hook!  [ Continue Reading ]

Holger Pooten

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20somethingrlNYC
November 13th, 2009

Pooten09.05.11.1 536x400 Holger PootenLondon based Photographer Holger Pooten apparently was reading my autobiography when he was creating this amazing photo!  Represented by Horton-Stephens in the UK, Pooten uses his keen eye for detail and suspended animation to create eye-opening images such as this one.  Unlike your regular digital photography, these images have an almost tangible effect.  It is almost as if the photo, with its sharp edges and corners, appear as real life happening right if front of your eyes.  Take a look at these.. [ Continue Reading ]

Roadsworth’s Mission

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TEH
November 13th, 2009

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Roadsworth began creating his street art works in the fall of 2001 in Montreal.  Peter Gibson, his real name, is a clever artist, invoking a man vs. nature theme to much of his art.  He even showcases MC Escher-like images for pedestrians to enjoy.     [ Continue Reading ]

Art for Your Trash?

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AE Paulino
November 13th, 2009

Art for your Trash3 479x400 Art for Your Trash?Just because its trash doesn’t mean it should look like…uh, trash. Designer agency Wieden + Kennedy have made good on the idea that one man’s disposables can become another man’s street art. [ Continue Reading ]

“Space Invader” Art

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Amandaaah
November 12th, 2009

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The unknown “Space Invader” as he/she calls them self, actually “invades” cities all over the world with its art. Let me explain a little… from what I understand, the Space Invader sets out to create art in various cities, taking up to two weeks to fully invade, sometimes meeting with the police in the process leaving tiled artwork, all mosaic like, in its wake.

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Eric Testroete and his Giant Head

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MrMouse
November 12th, 2009

Big Head 266x400 Eric Testroete and his Giant HeadA good Halloween costume should be many things: Unique, creative, personal and, what the hell, we’ll give extra points for scary. Canadian 3d artist Eric Testroete hit every criteria when he decided he’d go out as a big-headed version of himself. Anyone who played Nintendo 64 can tell Testorete was inspired by “big head mode” (which, without fail, makes me want to play Goldeneye), but the day I get passed on the street by some dead-eyed pixelated cranial monstrosity? Those, my friends, are the End Times. [ Continue Reading ]

Anthony Adams

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antinoz
November 12th, 2009

mewhiteshirt 274x400 Anthony AdamsHey I am Anthony Adams I am a Professional Makeup Artist and writer.

I am based in Australia and have travelled a lot of the World. [ Continue Reading ]