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Art & Design

  • Art in Remembrance of Tsunami Victims

    By Karla on April 18, 2014
    The recent Tsunami in Sendai and the disaster in Fukushima rattled many of the local citizens and unfortunately many lives were lost. Artist Jeroen Bisscheroux’s artwork puts spectators right in the middle of the disaster. Currently on display in Japan and open daily for viewing, his 3D artwork is both mind blowing and thought provoking. Enjoy!
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  • Christina Nguyen’s Urban and Landscape Oil Paintings

    By Alicia Hall on April 17, 2014
    Ukranian Impressionist Christina Nguyen doesn’t have to go far to find inspiration for her romantic oil paintings. Writes Nguyen, “I dream my paintings and I paint my dreams.” She sure has a knack for capturing the wistful nature of her dreams onto her canvases. Her languid brushstrokes portray soft shapes and forms that blur when seen at close range. Yet [...]
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  • Sony Covers Costa Rica in 8 Million Flower Petals

    By Karla on April 10, 2014
    The launch of Sony’s new 4K TV is a big deal in the media world and had to have an equally epic advertisement to display the crispness and real life effect qualities that the TV possesses. Sony commissioned photographer Nick Meek to materialize their vision of having Costa Rica be covered in over 8million flower petals. The locals took over two [...]
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  • Delicate Dresses Carved From Marble

    By Karla on April 2, 2014
    Artist Alasdair Thompson created an illusion through his art project titled “The Identity Collection”. The delicate dresses that are pictured are actually carved from marble. Every pleat, ruffle, and wrinkle was carved by hand to give it a natural and delicate look. He had clothes donated from family and friends to base designs on. His collection has already been featured [...]
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  • Luxury High Rise that Simulate White Tree

    By Karla on March 26, 2014
    Sou Fujimoto has designed a luxury high rise who’s structure resembles a large tree set to be built in Montpellier France. Boasting open balconies with fiberglass railings, the structure mimics an internal community with connecting stairways and open airy living spaces. It also spirals up to the sky with roofs looking like leaves and the apartments being the branches keeping [...]
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  • Delicious Fashion by BCakeNY

    By Karla on March 25, 2014
    Fashion never tasted so good! BCakeNY is blowing up from coast to coast with their exquisite details in designer cakes that also don’t slack on the taste. Hand made cakes are made by the request of the customer, and the end result is always splitting image of the real deal! You will be seeing Hermes purses, Jordan kicks, polo Shirts, [...]
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  • Morgan Freeman Portrait Done on iPad by Hand

    By Karla on March 21, 2014
    Kyle Lambert blew our minds and probably upped the sales of iPad Air’s ever since he did a portrait of Morgan Freeman in an app called Procreate that looks as though it was photographed. And get this, it was all done by hand. It took approximately 285,000 brush strokes to create this portrait and it took over 200 hours of painting to [...]
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  • Double Exposures by Aneta Ivanova

    By Karla on March 20, 2014
    “A picture says a thousand words” is the perfect quote to describe Bulgaria photographer Aneta Ivanova’s work. Nature’s landscapes are are layered and merged with feminine silhouettes that effortlessly speak to you and leave you in awe and wonder. Ivanova and her sisters often model as the silhouettes, and in this collection you can see the depth of each picture [...]
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  • Jun Kitagawa Zipper Street Art

    By Karla on March 19, 2014
    If you see large zippers in odd places then you should know that it is the work of Japanese Street Artist Jun Kitagawa. The zippers are masterfully sculpted and painted into scenery. Kitagawa uses zippers as a metaphor in his art suggesting that there is more than what meets the eye and that we should peel back surface layers and [...]
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  • Beautiful Maps of Countries Made Out of Real Food

    By Tiffany Ibrahim on March 18, 2014
    New Zealand-based artist Henry Hargreaves worked with Caitlin Levin to create gorgeous maps all made out of food. Originally inspired by a passion for travel, the two decided to take the food each country is most known for and create a delicious map. Can you spot your country? Enjoy!
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