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Bill Dunlap

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SomewhereBlue
June 22nd, 2009

bill dunlap 400x400 Bill DunlapColorful Gremlins?  No, just really cool and unique paintings by artist Bill Dunlap.  He uses acrylic and watercolor in his many of his pieces.  Most of the samples you see here are on canvas, he he also paints on 3 dimensional surfaces.  [ Continue Reading ]

Peabe’s Characters

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Faetra
June 22nd, 2009

holding on to human nature 600x745 322x400 Peabes Characters The work of artist Peabe is like a breath of fresh air in a sea of mundane repetitive caricatures. [ Continue Reading ]

Chris Scarborough

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MiMo
June 21st, 2009

animenightwalker 533x400 Chris Scarborough

Great work by photographer Chris Scarborough from Nashville, TN.  I love photographs that make me debate whether its real or a really good illustration and these works of art do just that. The enlarged eyes remind me of the Soundgarden video Black Hole Sun, [ Continue Reading ]

Robert Jaso

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SomewhereBlue
June 21st, 2009

robert jaso 585x368 Robert Jaso

What does a top model do when he has ideas for photoshoots that are just too good to be swept under the rug?  He becomes a photographer.  Robert Jaso is an ex top model turned photographer. [ Continue Reading ]

Chan(el)

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gypsophila
June 19th, 2009

chan iii Chan(el)

When Karl Lagerfeld (of Chanel, of course) needed a face to promote his line of jewelry back in ’06, he wisely looked no further than Chan Marshall, aka “Cat Power”, aka the best thing to happen to women in music since Karen Dalton showed up in Greenwich Village. [ Continue Reading ]

In my mind there are no cockroaches

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Mari
June 19th, 2009

23 04 2009 0273627001240483228 alex andreev 532x400 In my mind there are no cockroaches

Hermetic art.  A personal transition.  What Russian artist Alex Andreev reflects in his work is an alternate and futuristic universe, one that stems from the sprockets and sheaves of his mind.   And although the scenery he portrays are not rainbows and smiles, it makes one toss the idea around of what this world is like.

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Is it Science or is it Art?

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Quibbler
June 19th, 2009

appleglobeweb 500x400 Is it Science or is it Art?

You tell me.

When I first stumbled upon this apple, I was quite in shock that it wasn’t just one work of art by a geography student with a little too much time on his hands. [ Continue Reading ]

Brought to you by the letter W/introducing-Wendorf/

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thewendorf
June 19th, 2009

Holla,

Greetings my fellow culture vultures.  Like many of you, I work in a creative field that at times doesn’t feel especially creative.  I try to see the coolness around me whether it is an interestingly designed theater lobby or an artfully done piece of graffiti.  I love craft and ingenuity and award bonus points to anybody who can achieve those things without spending a lot of money.  My turnoffs include [ Continue Reading ]

Tiago Hoisel-Wolverine Looks Squashable

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SomewhereBlue
June 19th, 2009

tiago hoisel 282x400 Tiago Hoisel Wolverine Looks SquashableTiago Hoisel is the mad scientist of digital art.  These are some samples of his work.  It looks like Wolverine is an evil dwarf.  [ Continue Reading ]