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The sublime strokes of Magomed Dovjenko

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August 9th, 2009

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Magomed Dovjenko is looking for representation.  It says so on his site, where one may also find a fair sampling of his gritty, industrial, and marvellously fluid illustrations.  Spanning from graffitied back alleys to branded billboards and outwards into liquid shards and vaporous alchemy, this young Cologne-based artist [ Continue Reading ]

Fuckyeahdude: A collection of the best 13-year-old sex fetishes *NSFW*

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August 7th, 2009

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A spastic contribution to the movement (super vague title, but relevant none-the-less)- is the fantastical world of a 13-year-old boy trying to comprehend his sexual fetishes while recognizing the humor in a good penis joke. [ Continue Reading ]

Amazing BallPoint Pen Drawings – Juan Francisco Casas

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August 6th, 2009

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Do you remember that class in high school that you just could not sit through? Physics, Sociology, or Ugh – World History… well, if this sounds familiar — do you also remember the genius ball point pen doodles that made you feel like the next Picasso…?? Think again.  Meet the real deal when it comes to ballpoint ink –  Juan Francisco Casas [Ruiz] — Ball Point Pen extordinaire. Painting large size oil canvases and Bic ballpoint pen drawings, Casas reproduces images he takes with his camera capturing the youth of Spain. [ Continue Reading ]

Martine Johanna

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August 5th, 2009

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Martine Johanna is a dutch born mixed media artist who has this amazing ability to combine the human form with crazy attitude.

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Something To Make You Crack A Smile

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August 4th, 2009

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For those days when you wake up with “the worst combover”, you can always turn to the geniuses at Cyanide & Happiness to make you laugh. [ Continue Reading ]

Zuttoworld is full of cuteness

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August 4th, 2009

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Some really cool work from a Russian graphic designer and illustrator by the name of Zutto. He seems to have a very wide range of works in his portfolio, from shirt designs to advertisement work, whatever it is though they are worth checking out… [ Continue Reading ]

The Human Printer.

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July 31st, 2009

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CMYK refers to the tiny dots of four inks that are used in most color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow, and key (black). Most of you probably already knew that—and my many graphic designer friends will  probably think less of me for this—but I learned about CMYK just now. Why? Because I wanted to tell you all about The Human Printer. [ Continue Reading ]

Esra Roise

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July 29th, 2009

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Esra Roise has a cool way of mixing media whether it’s pencil, watercolor, oils or even JUICE! The Norwegian illustrator is just starting out so to speak but has a neat little portfolio of her works and commissioned art/ advertisements.

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Alessandro Bavari Puts Italy Back In Photography

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July 26th, 2009

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It is not often when you come around an artist like this who displays such amazing creative output through his work. Meet Alessandro Bavari, born in Latina, a coastal town south of Rome, Italy. Alessandro grown up in an italo-french family, he was early attracted by artistic matters and decided to attend art college, where he began making photomontages at the age of 15. Then, he studied scenography, photography, history of art and various other topics at the Academy of Fine Arts, in Rome, where he developped strong grounding in the techniques of oil, watercolours and engraving, while experimenting at the same time methods mixing tar, glue, industrial paint and exploring photographic printing techniques. [ Continue Reading ]

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