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” Mostly my influence comes from my childhood, and the fears that followed me as I grew up. Cartoons, comics, fun, insecurities, happiness and anger all intermingle in my work. I bring all of this together in paintings, drawings and mixed media. My work usually deals with the different emotions and feelings: happiness, sadness, curiosity, anger, etc, but more than anything, I like to have fun with my imagery. Usually though, the interpretation of my work is left up to the viewer, letting them establish their own ideas of my world, much like we are left to interperet the real world on our own.” – Jimbot

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Xylon Bikes

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Project Xylon comes from the opportunity to innovate and differentiate the culture and tradition of cruising bicycles through a serious and critical approach, involving an ample and profound knowledge of various areas of the creative and technological universe. The fact that our approach is apart from what has been done so far by other enthusiasts characterizes a great deal of our work and approach to bicycles as means of transportation and as a cultural object. Link here.

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Johnny Hardstaff

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Johnny Hardstaff is a director and designer. Represented by Ridley Scott Associates (London) and Little Minx (Los Angeles), Hardstaff has directed and designed innovative moving image work across a broad spectrum of both commercial and non-commercial strands of the visual arts. Mass media clients include Sony, Radiohead, Orange, Toshiba, Sony PlayStation and the BBC amongst others.

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United Visual Artists

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United Visual Artists are a British-based collective whose current practice spans permanent architectural installation, live performance and responsive installation. Research and development is a core part of their process – enabling them to constantly explore new fields, as well as re-examining more established ones. ‘

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Barnaby Ward

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Comic book illustrator Barnaby Ward has a subtle anime-inspired style and made it his own. Very, very nice.

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Amy Stevens

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Amy Stevens grew up in the American Southwest. She earned a BFA in Photography and a certificate in Women’s Studies from Arizona State University and a MFA in Photography from Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia. Stevens has participated in group and solo shows in Seattle, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Boston, Los Angeles, Chicago and Montreal. In 2007 she completed a two-year career development fellowship with The Center for Emerging Visual Artists and was awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Independence Foundation. Stevens has notably shown in the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Delaware Art Museum, Photo LA, Photographic Center Northwest, Philadelphia International Airport and Maryland Art Place. Amy was recently announced a U.S. winner in Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward Emerging Photographer’s competition which includes a published book and a traveling group exhibition in Toronto, DC and Boston in 2009/2010.

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Dan Bo Amazon Robot

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Just some random box robot I found on Amazon.com.jp. Hes a cutie. Click here for the link.

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Govert Flint

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“Interactionism is a new art term introduced by Govert Flint. It is called interactionism because several paintings interact with each other. A painting can also be interactionistic when it has a strong relation with the environment or with the public.”

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Carole Feuerman

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Carole Feuerman is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s most prominent hyper-realist sculptors. She has enjoyed three museum retrospectives to date, and has been included in prestigious exhibitions at, among other venues, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia, and the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence, Italy.

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Charlie White

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Charlie White is a photographer and filmmaker whose work has been exhibited internationally since 1999. White holds the position of Associate Professor, and is the Director of the MFA program at the University of Southern California’s Roski School of Fine Arts. White was a fellow at the Yale Norfolk Summer Program in 1994, received his BFA from the School of Visual Arts, New York, in 1995, and his MFA in 1998 from Art Center College of Design.

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