Ambreen Butt

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“I Am My Lost Diamond” by Ambreen Butt (Born in Lahore, Pakistan 1969.
Currently lives and work in Boston, MA)

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Kang Kang-Hoon

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Incredible large scale hyper-realistic paintings by Kang Kang-Hoon. Make sure you go through all of his work.. soo inspiring.

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Bai Yiluo

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Bai Yiluo works often incorporate photography and traditional sculptural techniques, media disparate in their ancient and contemporary connotations. Bai draws upon these to develop installations which reflect the human condition as a cyclical struggle, torturously beautiful and poetically triumphant. Bai’s Civilization is a haunting monument enshrining imperious power as a corrupted vision built on labourers’ toil. Made from terracotta, classical busts pose as emperors and slaves, pierced through and defined by agricultural tools, a life force and bane. Set upon twelve individual plinths, Civilization bridges reference to both Eastern and Western spiritualism, while its violent form suggests revolution, conflict, and rebirth as the isochronal quality of nature.

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Leland Bobbé

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Leland Bobbé, a native New Yorker, has been a professional photographer for over 30 years. His work spans both the fine art and commercial worlds and has been shown in galleries and utilized by advertising agencies around the country. His series, Half-Drag offers a unique perspective on the men behind the make up, while providing provocative social commentary on gender identity, normative ideas about gender roles, and the traditional male/ female paradigm.

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Steve Aoki by Honey

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Our very own Honey continue to awe and inspire. Check out her site now with a few new illustrative work.

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Aris Kolokontes

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You are looking at the work of Aris Kolokontes, a sculptor and creature character designer based in Athens, Greece.

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Emilie Pitoiset

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Emilie Pitoiset’s work builds itself with precision and singularity through a series of paradoxes that reveal her centres of interest, and that are as universal as the notions of adding and subtracting, falling and balancing, documentary and fiction, symmetry and repetition, attraction and repulsion… Each work is the result of refining a subtle mix of contradictory elements that contrive to generate a particular tension. Like some of her contemporaries, Emilie Pitoiset does not reproduce forms familiar from art history. She rather appropriates, in fragments, resources drawn from various sources, from the erudite to pop culture, such as Nouvelle Vague cinema, literature and Nouveau Roman but also documentary, history, or simple, everyday images and objects. The archive reinterpreted and elevated to the rank of art echoes the questioning of philosopher Jacques Rancière: what is art?

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Coloring Book by Jeff Koons

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Coloring Book stainless steel with a surface decoration of brightly coloured swirls. Reflecting the almost symmetrical architecture of its surroundings, the sculpture has an intriguing quality of seeming to be transparent from certain angles.The piece reflects Koons interest in society’s obsession with infantilism and youth.’ (via)

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Liliana Gauris

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Liliana Gauris is a wonderfully talented painter based in Lanús, Argentina. If you like what you see, there’s more work waiting for you on her website.

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Fabio Giampietro

“A master of illustration and composition, Giampietro cleverly uses the lines of the architecture featured to draw the audiences eye to a small patch of concrete, giving the frightening sense of free-falling. In many cases the monochromatic and sepia-toned artwork also feature small dots, representing people filling the streets in the world below.” via Creative Bloq