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Ende

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Ry
April 15th, 2010

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Art for Art’s…

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Ry
March 26th, 2010

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There’s simply nothing wrong with a little fun.

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Carlo Galfione

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Ry
September 10th, 2009

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A painter, Carlo Galfione, treats his subjects as the models that they are and then paints the fashion all over them.

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Akuyou — Pop Art Specialist

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Ry
September 9th, 2009

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Just when you thought Pop Art was going the way of graffiti, beautiful yet largely misunderstood and shunned by most… Enter AKUYOU!

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Darby’s Torment

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Ry
September 8th, 2009

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In describing his own work, painter Jonathan Darby says “Our humanity is being diluted as we become one common indistinguishable mass that is easily manipulated to the benefit of capitalist intention….” [ Continue Reading ]

Realism — Linnea Strid

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Ry
August 24th, 2009

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Swedish painter Linnea Strid is unbelievably talented at making it believable.

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Bill Carman – The world as he sees it.

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Ry
August 14th, 2009

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Works by Bill Carman remind me of several things…

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Simone Decker – Chewing in Venice

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Ry
August 12th, 2009

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Chewing gum art! Cool medium — and I bet that it smells fruity, but is it real?…
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Amazing BallPoint Pen Drawings – Juan Francisco Casas

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Ry
August 6th, 2009

portada Amazing BallPoint Pen Drawings   Juan Francisco Casas

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 ]