Monthly Archives: May 2011

creating a splash

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Russ Mills has a style that feels like a mixture of urban fine art and contemporary graphics. These dramatic portraits draw you in with their energy. love it. see more stuff here

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picture it

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I love Ian Wright’s playful portraits. No, not the former Arsenal striker, the artist Ian Wright known for creating the cover of T.I Paper Trail. see more of his stuff here.

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mythological creatures

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I’ve never seen crayons look so impressive before. Diem Chau amazingly carves people, animals and mythological creatures out of crayons. Wow! Check out her blog here or see more of her stuff here

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no piece of paper can be folded in half more than 7 times

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Jen Stark creates fabulous kaleidoscopic paper eruptions. Her three-dimensional, kaleidoscopic paper art is simply hand-made with dozens of layers of thick coloured paper and I can only guess many many paper cuts. The ideas are based on replication and infinity, … Continue reading

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beautiful paintings

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A little old school, oil on canvas, but some amazing cityscapes and still life’s by Kal Gajoum. Love the fluid energy and vibrant colours. see more here

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miniature stories

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There is something about food and miniature figures that’s just so much fun. Christopher Boffoli creates fantastic scenes that mimic everyday life in his collection, titled Disparity. see more of his stuff here

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swell coming

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I love the simplicity of these graphics. The colours, the energy and abstract swells, Tom Veiga makes me wish I was a surfer girl! See more of his wicked stuff here

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