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Art & Design

  • Where I See Fashion

    By Karla on March 18, 2014
    There is a new Tumblr that is going viral called WHERE I SEE FASHION that connects high fashion to objects and scenery that are all around us. Amazingly you will see how flawlessly the connections are made between nature, buildings and structures, and colors and high fashion. Which is your favorite connection? Enjoy!
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  • Daisy Balloon 2014 Collection

    By Karla on March 17, 2014
    Rie Hosokai, creator and designer of Daisy Balloon Fashion, came on the scene five years ago with an intriguing twist on fashion. All of the pieces designed was done so with tiny balloons in different colors to create anything from gowns to headdresses. Since the lines debut, the brand has worked with numerous fashion magazines, department stores, and have even [...]
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  • Children Photography by Olivier Ribardiere

    By Tiffany Ibrahim on March 13, 2014
    Olivier Ribardiere is a French fashion photographer who started his career at the age of 20. He landed his first job working alongside Andre Berg and Studio Pin Up. Olivier has also worked with Dior, Disney, and Tommy Hilfiger (to name a few). Today, he is known as one of the top photographers specializing in children’s fashion.  We love this [...]
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  • Valerie Hegarty’s Alternative Art

    By Karla on March 11, 2014
    New York City Artist, Valerie Hegarty, has a breathtaking exhibit of well known art pieces from History. The twist is that the Art is destroyed and warped by devices that are relevant to their historical importance. Whether it is natural disasters, fire or water damage, or nature growing through the art, it is a beautiful and thought provoking display. The [...]
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  • Amazing 3D Sidewalk Art by Julian Beever

    By Alicia Hall on March 7, 2014
    We were instantly captivated by these amazing pieces of street art that artist Julian Beever has painstakingly labored over. Beever, called “Pavement Picasso,” is considered a leading chalk artist in sidewalk art, and with good reason. In a process called anamorphosis, he draws distorted images that appear to give the impression of a three-dimensional scene from a specific perspective. Beever [...]
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  • Interior Inspiration: Cool Headboards

    By SP on February 27, 2014
    Super rad headboards! More styles here. Enjoy…x
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  • Amazing Tree Hole Paintings By Wang Ye

    By Alicia Hall on February 19, 2014
    Check out these amazing tree paintings by Wang Ye. This unconventional artist takes an ordinary knot or hole in a tree and turns it into a whimsical painting depicting animals or landscapes that delight pedestrians passing by. Wang Yue calls the tree-hole paintings “meitu” which means “beautiful journey.” The paintings on the trees have livened up the dull streets in [...]
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  • Campaign: Because of Them We Can

    By Alicia Hall on February 11, 2014
    Take a look at this amazing photo campaign entitled “Because of Them We Can,” where kids are styled to embody great African American figures in history. The idea originally started out as an idea for Black History Month, then evolved into an ongoing project. Photographer Eunique J. Gibson realized that only doing 28 installments just wouldn’t be enough, and continued [...]
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  • Amazing Ice Cave Photography of Apostle Islands National Lakeshore

    By Charlotte Pratt on February 5, 2014
    Nature never ceases to amaze, and these photographs definitely attest to that. Lake Superior in Wisconsin has frozen to the point where the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore ice caves are accessible. Check out these photos by Kelly Marquardt, Andy Rathbun, and Barbara Alwes – incredible!
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  • Andres Amador Sand Earthscapes

    By Alicia Hall on February 3, 2014
    With a single rake and a whole lot of determination, Andres Amadore creates his wonderful works of Earthscape art. Amador goes to beaches and works away, turning vast expanses of sand into geometric murals, and elegant spiraling designs. His works are only temporary however, as the waves come and wash away his labors. He’s even made his services available to [...]
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