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Lucky Jackson

 photo day214_zps09be7057.jpg  photo day202_zps85fa4a91.jpg  photo day218_zps8f7928eb.jpg  photo day343_zpsb2bfff39.jpg Artist Lucky Jackson created hand embroidery art everyday for 365 days.  photo day216_zpsfc0e4b66.jpg  photo day316_zps8a712f38.jpg  photo DAY3572_zps0b50a8a2.jpg  photo day296_zps736a8726.jpg

Nam June Paik

 photo 1-4_zps8e828dd3.jpg  photo tumblr_m1xbpfdvEw1qlnjxjo1_1280_zps451027bf.jpg  photo electronic_superhighway_-_continental_us_alaska_hawaii_-_nam_june_paik_1995_11304624446444_zpse1b0c9c4.jpg Nam June Paik is one of the most influential artists of his generation who transformed television and video into artists’ media. Paik’s art and ideas embodied a radical new vision for an art form that was embraced around the world and changed global visual culture. Internationally recognized as the “Father of Video Art,” he created a large body of work including video sculptures, installations, performances, videotapes and television productions. He had a global presence and influence, and his innovative art and visionary ideas continue to inspire a new generation of artists.  photo 1-ElectronicSuperhighway_zps276600a1.jpeg  photo tumblr_m1xbpfdvEw1qlnjxjo2_1280_zpsafc80013.jpg

Sylvestre Evrard

 photo 385821-1863776-7_zps6c366a36.jpg  photo 385821-1863796-7_zps5cc2fd2f.jpg I’m thrilled to have stumbled upon Sylvestre Evrard's work and wondered if he had ever been featured here. Turns out, no. He is a painter working and living in Lille, France. Check him out.  photo 385821-1863726-7_zpsb0d040b2.jpg  photo 385821-1863786-7_zps4aa7574c.jpg

Carina Crenshaw

 photo falling-city_zps6660d5a5.jpg  photo blindsided_zps68e92c14.jpg Paintings by Carina Crenshaw , artist, illustrator, graphic designer works and lives in Hamburg, Germany. Some of my clients and projects include Beauty and Style Magazin (coop), Basel; Tatoot Bags, NYC USA; Juice Magazine, München; Generation Digitale, Hamburg, the list goes on.  photo no2_zps3d0b0aeb.jpg  photo somewhere_else_zps5d953648.jpg

Walking to the Sky

 photo walkingcmu-3_1100_zpscd9b3c32.jpg  photo walkingcmu-0_1100_zps6069f8bb.jpg Jonathan Borofsky's Walking to the Sky (2006) is a 100 feet tall stainless steel installation with 10 realistically painted life-size figures at the Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh. Link here.  photo walkingcmu-1_1100_zpsdddc3062.jpg  photo walkingcmu-5_1100_zps93e5f7be.jpg  photo walkingcmu-7_1100_zpsc58d09ba.jpg

Starstuff

 photo 618893_15068335_lz_zpsd51aff4e.jpg  photo tumblr_mdhuo90CSC1ro74x3o4_400_zps3ec0fc7a.jpg  photo tumblr_mdhuo90CSC1ro74x3o6_400_zpsbf49927b.jpg These fantastic nebula prints by Starstuff are incredible, magical, and bold.  photo tumblr_mdhuo90CSC1ro74x3o10_500_zpsce1cab02.jpg  photo tumblr_mdhuo90CSC1ro74x3o5_500_zps1478eb56.jpg  photo 384806_11139044_lz_zps60f0c45d.jpg

Erika Craig

 photo tumblr_mc1s4viS8y1ro74x3o1_500_zps84d635c4.jpg  photo tumblr_mc1s4viS8y1ro74x3o5_500_zps4941f044.jpg  photo tumblr_mc1s4viS8y1ro74x3o3_500_zpsedc4dae5.jpg " I paint figures underwater, immersing my subjects in their surroundings. A person’s reflection in water is a constantly changing self, a distorted image with many sides. Near the surface, the familiar blends into the unknown. Color and shape break down. Things that seem separate become entwined. " - Erika Craig  photo tumblr_mc1s4viS8y1ro74x3o4_500_zps15b6e958.jpg  photo tumblr_mc1s4viS8y1ro74x3o2_500_zpsdced6e36.jpg

Cédric Verdure

 photo Credit_Municipal_1_960-450_zpsbc2ba953.png  photo Credit_Municipal_7_960-450_zpsa03db372.jpg  photo Credit_Municipal_6_960-450_zpse9752a7b.jpg French multidisciplinary artist Cédric Verdure creates beautiful wire sculptures. 'Cedric recycles the fence that is often neglected as it might seem unsuitable for anything. The sculptures are hanging from trees, integrating with nature, they arise and face everywhere. Folding, mending and evolving, the Cedric sculptures give a hand to the eternal fence, another life in art.'  photo Credit_Municipal_5_960-450_zps1048c924.jpg  photo tumblr_mctfygr4sO1ro74x3o2_500_zps9e894c5b.jpg  photo tumblr_mctfygr4sO1ro74x3o3_500_zps17e6dafb.jpg

Cynthia Poole

 photo Cpoole_Extra_strong_Mints_sm_1_zps3f98fc83.jpg  photo CPoole_Snackbars3_web_zps439ee3b2.jpg  photo DisplacedMintsI025810__025810_zps3fa7a851.jpg  photo CPoole_NewGoldRolos_zps2db2a167.jpg Striking and bold, many of Cynthia Poole’s paintings take as their subject food packaging, sweet wrappers and chocolate bars; often with a warm nostalgia for confectionary of the '70s and '80s . Liking their vivid colour and strident competitiveness, she explores the ways in which they complete and clash, and complement one another. Each one has been designed to draw attention to itself, but together they make a glorious, confused landscape. The mixed responses of nostalgia, hunger, and maybe guilt, that can arise from these objects, are transformed on the canvas into the carnival aspect of consumer culture.  photo wickedlysmootherchocolatelowres093953_zpsf5fff780.jpg  photo DisplacedMintsII030348__030348_zps286bde5f.jpg  photo The_Twix_Mars_Malter_Divide_zpsc3983039.jpg

Michelle Jader

 photo tumblr_mfmvbbdvEH1ro74x3o8_500_zps7af65069.jpg  photo tumblr_mfmvbbdvEH1ro74x3o4_500_zps6cd8204d.jpg " My work explores moments when we willingly and unwillingly dive into the next phase of our life. Whether it's moving to a new city, starting or ending a relationship, having a baby, or quitting a job, these moments of endings and beginnings are alternately terrifying and exhilarating. Ready or not, we jump, fall or are pushed, and our lives change." - Michelle Jader  photo tumblr_mfmvbbdvEH1ro74x3o3_1280_zps9fab8db0.jpg