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Giving new meaning to heavy metal

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ByronLover
June 1st, 2009

12 Giving new meaning to heavy metal

Manuel Albarran knows how to tug at my heartstrings. He designs corsets, and, more amazingly, innovative metal accessories. A sort of metal couture, if you will. But don’t be fooled, these aren’t your average pieces of stainless junk jewelery…these are like the Cadillacs of accessories. No, they don’t drive faster or last longer. They’re just much sexier. And that’s all that matters. [ Continue Reading ]

Sylvia Ji

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Faetra
May 31st, 2009

sylvia7 Sylvia Ji Sylvia Ji’s Por Vida collection gives a whole new perspective on femininity with a distinct touch of grotesqueness. These somber yet elegant drawings are self-proclaimed reflections of herself and people she knows. The effectiveness lies in her use of “dreamy” colors and backgrounds [ Continue Reading ]

Radiology Art

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SomewhereBlue
May 30th, 2009

barbie lg 314x400 Radiology ArtRadiologyart is a social project dedicated to unveiling a deeper visualization of objects seen in modern society.  DICOM images are created using a GE CT scanner and then processed using Osirix software on an iMac.  The creators would like people to be involved in this project, to contribute to their pool of scientific and artistic knowledge.  So if you have something [ Continue Reading ]

Here’s to women…

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Faetra
May 29th, 2009

fetch 2 600x891 269x400 Heres to women...The artists over at Depthcore have released their latest collection of themed work titled “HER”. The work celebrates the female form (and face) in many different forms by many different artists. [ Continue Reading ]

Evgeny Plays With Shapes

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Faetra
May 27th, 2009

birds 543x400 Evgeny Plays With Shapes There seems to be no end to Evgeny Kiselev’s talents. If the young graphic designer and computer artist’s work looks familiar its probably because he has been around the block and back a few times. [ Continue Reading ]

Tobias Stretch Animation Reel

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MiMo
May 27th, 2009

This is one of the best animation reels I have ever seen. Music by Richard Einhorn, it syncs with the visuals extremely well. All the visuals in the video can also be seen at Toby’s website. There is a little preview of his work after the break… [ Continue Reading ]

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Chris Ryniak is way cooler than you

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ByronLover
May 27th, 2009

thegiver 284x400 Chris Ryniak is way cooler than you

Chris Ryniak was born as a baby in 1976. That’s what it says in his profile on his website. I’ve decided that we’re friends, now, because we both have that in common. Except that I was born ten years later. [ Continue Reading ]

The Books Are Alive!

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Mendezine
May 27th, 2009

thomas allen 20 300x400 The Books Are Alive!

This is genius. Thomas Allen uses cut-outs from old book covers, arranged in a cinematic pop-up confection, tape, imagination, lighting , and his trusty lense to bring scenes formerly intended to play out solely in the mind of readers to life.
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Drop your shop

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Twain
May 27th, 2009

49 Drop your shop

Shopdropping is part arts-and-crafts, part consumer terrorism.  Instead of walking into a store, laying down your hard-earned cash, and walking out with unmet expectations and the yoke of economic slavery weighing heavily upon your back, why not covertly paste art onto those same crappy products to brighten the day of the next fool who walks in?  [ Continue Reading ]