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By Flynn Matthews Some logos like that of Coca Cola’s or Apple’s are so successful and enduring that they immediately pop into mind upon mere mention.
By Archie Tinkerbell San Francisco-based artist Justin Hager creates funny illustrations by mashing up various pop-culture references.
By Archie Tinkerbell Guda Koster is a Dutch artist who creates living sculptures and performances, and photographs them in a great harmony.
By Desmond Ignaz In her photo series ‘I Love Summer’, photographer Krista Long sent a group of people tumbling down a water slide.
By Desmond Ignaz These paintings are pure trash… but only on the surface. Beneath their rough exterior is a precisely carved basswood sculpture, and only the paint on the surface provides the exacting trompe l’oeil vision of reality.
By Archie Tinkerbell The artist Mark Evans creates portraits of famous faces, all hand-etched into leather hides.
By Desmond Ignaz An image with the slogan ‘NSA in da House’ (National Security Agency in the house) and a stylized victory sign are projected, for several minutes, on the outside of the US embassy in Berlin, Germany, 19 July 2014, during an art event by German light artist Oliver Bienkowski.
By Flynn Matthews Mobstr is a street artist who criticizes and plays with the idea of street art. His works are quite clever and funny.
By Desmond Ignaz Miami/Florida-based Artist Michael Vasquez paints passionate figurative pieces of gang members and friends that are bigger than life.
By Flynn Matthews Polish graffiti artists Sainer and Bezt, abandoned or simply plain walls into life.
By Flynn Matthews Whether you prefer 60′s bands like The Doors or newer rock groups like the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Spanish-based graphic design firm Tata&Friends put together a collection of clever minimalist posters depicting literal interpretations of the names of popular rock groups from multiple generations.
By crephoto Thom Kerr is an Australian photographer born on the Gold Coast in Queensland, now based in Sydney Australia.
By crephoto Kostis Fokas is a talented Greek photographer who grew up in what he calls a ‘very religious environment’ seeks to convey his innermost fantasies through his art.
By crephoto Meghan Boody uses photography to create narrative scenes featuring young female protagonists, which are inspired by characters in fairy tales and classic novels.
By Desmond Ignaz On a marvelous place like a piece of earthly paradise, at Cádiz, Spanish architect Alberto Campo Baeza has built the ‘House of the Infinite‘.
By Desmond Ignaz Tired of watching that pile of old computer gear grow ever taller in the dark side of your loft but reluctant to bin it?
By Desmond Ignaz Beyoncé – “Cleaning diet” For a series entitled Still Diet, Italian photographer Dan Bannino has combined the aesthetic of the Renaissance masters with modern day pop culture, turning the constantly publicised “fad diets” of the rich and famous into beautiful still lifes.
By Desmond Ignaz Artist David Jablow started the ‘do it yourself Doodler’ project when he was given a novelty notepad that had an incomplete outline of a seemingly nude woman on it.
By crephoto Alan Sailer is an engineer and talented self taught photographer, who shoot a lot of high speed photography.
By Desmond Ignaz The urban “Casa Tomada” interventions by Rafael Gómezbarros are meant to represent displacement of peasants in his native Columbia due to war and violence, themes that resonate in one form or another in any country his work is displayed in.