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01 May, 2014

With A Piece of Chalk

The early years can be a difficult time, when our brains aren't fully developed and we have yet to find a way to express ourselves. Children on the playground are ruthless, bullying and teasing each other. This short clip by JuBaFilms called "With A Piece Of Chalk" illustrates how one kid used art to express himself, find his identity and...

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23 Apr, 2014

Screwing Around with Art

Most things in life require patience; and it's safe to say that Andrew Myers is one of the most patient people alive.  His career requires the most precise hand and lots of time.  Andrew Myers does screw art. What is that you ask? Something you can't do. Andrew spends hours upon hours drilling screws into a canvas at different lengths,...

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22 Apr, 2014

If Google Could Paint

We're all familiar with the godzilla like dominance of Google over the internet, including their various product ranges and most recently the Pokemon Master Challenge. The various templates used by Google have been ingrained in every Wi-Fi user's mind.  Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik decided to take advantage of our generation's infatuation with Google and mix it up with the classic...

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22 Apr, 2014

Artist Turns Street Signs Into Weapons

Guess it's time to prepare for the zombie apocalypse. Coby Kennedy, an artist based out of Brooklyn, has been quietly preparing for that battle. He's been collecting street signs aka future relics from famed Brooklyn hoods and molded them into weapons ready for war.   The collection is called "In The Service of A Villain" and features machetes, shields, and...

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21 Apr, 2014

Heaven Full of Errors

After successfully putting out the part 2 and part 3 collections of her Emoji-Nation series, Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudik adds on with a part 4 featuring the computer errors we all love to hate. This time she flips it onto heavenly art, denying access to souls because heaven's too "full." This isn't only guaranteed to get you to chuckle, but...

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19 Apr, 2014

Design Deck Playing Cards

Crazy about design? This Kickstarter project by Ben Barrett-Forrest overshot its fund-raising mark by more than $20,000 and will be printed by renowned card maker Bicycle.  Each of the 52 cards in the deck feature a useful tidbit about graphic design along with a visual example. This deck will be available for $18 in July. For now check out a quick animated...

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15 Apr, 2014

Flipping Paintings Into Movie Posters

What happens when you take two unrelated fields of creation and bring them together? You get classic projects like Jay-Z/ Linkin Park's rap/rock album Collision Course or AT&T & Future's unreleased commercial or  better yet, famous paintings flipped into movie posters. That's what artist Nastya Nudnik did with her latest project Emoji-Nation Part 3. Her previous project consisted of infiltrating...

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14 Apr, 2014

Self-Portraits on Different Drugs

Bryan Lewis Saunders is an artist who kicked down the doors of perception. In his recent project he pushed himself to to take a different drug every day for a few weeks and document it by making self-portraits on each drug. Here are some of the results.  Klonopins Nicotine Gum Risperdal Trazodone Hydrocodone/Oxycodone Abilify   Adderall Ambien Ativan Buspar Butane...

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14 Apr, 2014

If Social Media Existed In Paintings

When you take the old and add a different perspective, it suddenly experiences a rebirth, a process Buddhists would be proud of. Ukrainian artist Nastya Nudnik has done just that with the pieces of painter Edward Hopper, whose famous work Nighthawks you may recognize: In a project called Emoji-Nation part 2, Nastya looked at several of Hopper's pieces and re-imagined...

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07 Apr, 2014

Weekly Dose of Art: “The Persistence of Memory” by Salvador Dalí

When: 1931 Where: Catalonia, Spain If you’ve been a worldly citizen anytime in the past century then you’ve probably come across these melted clocks or at least heard the name Salvador Dalí. Hell, even Kanye mentions him in Mercy with “Now the whole party is melted like Dalí” This is him: Now look at the painting at the top. If...

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03 Apr, 2014

New Kid in the Gallery: Sneely

Don't know if you could tell, but we're really into art, and so are the brands we carry, especially with the massive amounts of undiscovered talent floating all over the internet. Yeah, there's a lot of generic trendy garbage, but then there's those that you spot and can't get out of your head. While lurking on Twitter, we came across...

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31 Mar, 2014

Weekly Dose Of Art: "School of Athens” by Raphael

When: 1509-1510 Where: Vatican City While you may not immediately recognize the people here, their names, such as Plato and Aristotle, might be familiar. This depiction of philosophers is like the Renaissance version of a New York Summer Jam. Imagine Jay-Z bringing the Rocafella roster, Kanye bringing GOOD Music, and then Kendrick’s TDE crew drops by. The position of the...

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