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Ealish Wilson

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Amandaaah
August 26th, 2009

 Ealish Wilson

So I am at a cookout this past weekend with my boyfriend and some of his co-workers, doing my due diligence as a girlfriend and being eaten alive by mosquitoes, when inspiration came to me in the form of another significant other brought to the shindig. Her name is Ealish Wilson and she happens to have so many interesting and imaginative ideas, that I just couldn’t help but want to share her artwork and coolness with you. She also has an accent, which I love.

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Jorge Chamorro inspires us to find the time.

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nrvsnrg
August 26th, 2009

Picture 1 304x400 Jorge Chamorro inspires us to find the time.

Jorge Chamorro is a Spanish graphic designer, photographer, and typographer. His talents are very much in demand and he is probably busier than you. Yet he still finds time to create these gorgeous collages. When was the last time you turned off the television to create eerily evocative art that made the viewer think about the very nature of beauty and its all too powerful hold on our self esteem and thus, by extension, its influence on society as a whole? Well? [ Continue Reading ]

Circus du Maleonn

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Mari
August 26th, 2009

MaleonnChineseCircus3 585x389 Circus du MaleonnI remember going to the circus.  Although sometimes a frightening experience (I am deathly afraid of clowns to which I blame Stephen King’s It), I managed to sit through the entirety of each show, eyes wide and munching quietly on buttery goodness.  Maleonn has extracted some of the nightmarish qualities of the circus and implanted them beautifully on a picture.

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Landscapes ‘R Us

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Mari
August 25th, 2009

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Welcome to the world of Landscapes ‘R Us.  You might be thinking, ‘what in the world?’ But that is just what Nicholas Bohac creates,  traditional landscape paintings with a slight twist.

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Cooler than crop circles

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ByronLover
August 25th, 2009

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Arthur Mole and John Thomas are a photographing duo from the early 20th century. Not only that but they organized soldiers en masse to create different formations to be photographed from above. How many soldiers, you ask? Only, like, 25 000. [ Continue Reading ]

with friends like these

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gypsophila
August 24th, 2009

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Among the long list of things I love are pretty pastel drawings and seeing Lauren Conrad cry. JACKPOT.

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Andrea Klarin rocks my socks

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ByronLover
August 24th, 2009

anreaklarin2 Andrea Klarin rocks my socks

Please, even before you read another word, GO HERE! Look at ALL of the photos. Andrea Klarin, I’m going to marry you. Forcibly, if necessary. Unless you’re a lesbian who prefers a more voluptuous woman– in which case you might not need so much convincing. [ Continue Reading ]

Romain Laurent gets tilted.

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nrvsnrg
August 24th, 2009

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French photographer Romain Laurent has done work for a number of established, corporate clients, but it’s his personal work that really shines. Here we have some examples from two series he produced, both of them bursting with droll, creative energy. Enjoy. [ Continue Reading ]

Steel Life

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SomewhereBlue
August 24th, 2009

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This visually compelling short film was a master thesis project by Mathieu Gerard.  The graphic animation was designed to be purely an aesthetically stimulating visual piece of art.  See the video after the continuation.  When he showed the clip to… [ Continue Reading ]