Skull Key Tool

 photo unnamed-4_zpsxxkbsy3v.jpg  photo unnamed-10_zpsapja1icn.jpg  photo unnamed-8_zpsltbvr7iz.jpg The Skull Key Tool is a simple, key-shaped tools that attach to your key ring, so it's always at hand when you need them. This product's clever design incorporates each of the following functions: a file, a #2 flat-head screwdriver, a scoring point (great as a box cutter and for easily opening clamshell packages), a serrated edge (to saw through twine and clothing tags), and, finally, a bottle opener. Made of durable stainless steel.  photo unnamed-11_zpsr9khrjvl.jpg  photo unnamed-9_zpskdhrndsh.jpg

Nyoman Masriadi

 photo unnamed-8_zpsy0z1r6vz.jpg  photo unnamed-11_zps4ubwasfo.jpg  photo unnamed-12_zps7t5x58om.jpg Nyoman Masriadi (b. 1973 in Gianyar, Bali, lives and works in Jogjakarta, Indonesia) Nyoman Masriadi’s paintings frequently depict superhuman figures whose narratives, while rooted in Indonesian cultural history, offer witty and often biting social commentary on contemporary life and global pop culture. Through his control of light, shadow and volume, Masriadi endows these monumental characters with a sculptural, almost three-dimensional presence. Sometimes these characters appear in the archetypal roles of comic book heroes, cowboys, soldiers and athletes, but just as frequently, they are just powerfully built men and women engaged in solitary acts of strength or captured in private moments of vulnerability.  photo unnamed-13_zpskc49c5w2.jpg  photo unnamed-10_zpsi25ibj4v.jpg

Tim Tadder

 photo unnamed-10_zpspprms6t8.jpg  photo unnamed-13_zpsdplzwh4d.jpg  photo unnamed-12_zps86hchlec.jpg Tim Tadder is an internationally acclaimed photographic artist. In 2015 Epson, the world leader in photographic printing technology recognized Tadder as one of the top influential photographers, producing a TV commercial and worldwide ad campaign featuring Tadder and his work. Most recognized for his highly inventive conceptual advertising photography Tadder has been ranked in the top 200 photographers worldwide by the prestigious Luezer Archive Magazine 8 years running. In 2012 Tadder created a viral collection of images that was ranked by Time magazine as one of the top internet sensations of that year. The collection made news worldwide and became the top trending feature on Reddit for two days. Tadder’s work hangs on the walls of world leaders in politics, business, art and sport, having been commissioned to make personal portraits for notables like President George W. Bush, Bill Gates, and Manny Pacquiao. In 2010 he was commissioned by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation to make a collection portraits then used in an art installation at the home of Bono. Other subjects of note include the NFL’s best, Tom Brady, rap icon Ice Cube, the world’s best swimmer Michael Phelps, and countless other influencers.  photo unnamed-11_zpsqgzkcarx.jpg  photo unnamed-8_zpsxa4t0rtd.jpg

Tom Haney

 photo unnamed_zpspupfeiwq.jpg  photo unnamed-1_zpsci2hihov.jpg  photo unnamed-4_zpsdtfyakln.jpg Born in Cincinnati, Ohio in 1962, Tom Haney has always been fascinated by mechanical movement. Once at the age of 2, he became separated from his family in a museum while being transfixed by a mechanical diorama. In subsequent years, his fascination would manifest itself often - he regularly took apart household items, much to his parents' disapproval. He took art classes in high school and attended college studying Industrial Design. Before becoming a full-time artist in 2000, his professional work consisted of making props, models and miniatures for television commercials, still photographers, and motion pictures.  photo unnamed-3_zpsh9skgvlg.jpg  photo unnamed-5_zps16tpkkmn.jpg  photo unnamed_zpsl8raptvw.png

Sweet Station in Cocoa Beach, Florida

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Konrad Bogart

 photo KyleBryantAPrbig_zpsf8kufp5f.jpg  photo KyleBryantmayBig_zpszbs9bba7.jpg  photo KyleBryantMarBig_zpsuemxotcu.jpg 'Konrad Bogart makes his introduction to the world in his first official video "Upgrade My Status". In this video KB shows where his skills lie, Fine Art printmaking and rap music. This video depicts the life of the "starving artist" becoming a strong willed fine artist. "Upgrade My Status" was printed in a limited edition of 10 and is available exclusively from Limit It Editions.' Buy here.  photo KyleBryantDecBig_zpsnulsj7ab.jpg  photo KyleBryantOctBig_zpsg4ikyb0f.jpg  photo KyleBryantNovbig_zps52bzv4ud.jpg

Tim Silver

 photo unnamed-5_zpslrd6qtjz.jpg  photo unnamed-2_zpscspsdyb7.jpg  photo unnamed-4_zps3httf4ss.jpg The multidisciplinary practice of Sydney-based artist Tim Silver is inextricably hinged on time, both conceptually and materially. Working across sculpture, photography and installation, Silver explores the interface between time and decay, particularly in relation to the human body. His sculptures are often made from entropic materials, such as fairy floss and putty, which begin to decompose from the moment of their assembly. By photographically capturing these stages of decay, the artist presents us with a microcosmic image of our own inevitable trajectory towards death. There is a paradoxical beauty that emerges from within the warped and crumbled forms, precipitating a poignant awareness of the preciousness and fragility of human life. Silver’s works are held in many important collections including Artbank, Sydney; Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney; Australia Council for the Arts; Mint Museum, North Carolina, United States; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney; Ten Cubed Collection, Melbourne and University of Queensland Art Museum Collection, Brisbane.  photo unnamed-3_zpsqg6y0n6z.jpg  photo unnamed-1_zpssp6d6ukm.jpg

Zach Harris

 photo unnamed_zpsrkvfwxka.jpg  photo unnamed-2_zpssrzhzxxq.jpg  photo unnamed-4_zpshw1laxdi.jpg Zach Harris--> Born 1976 Santa Rosa, CA; Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA; Education: MFA, Hunter College, New York, NY, 2006; BA, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, NY, 1999  photo unnamed-3_zpshivxehql.jpg  photo unnamed-5_zpsv2ua0kkb.jpg  photo unnamed-6_zpso4xshlcr.jpg

Robert Bach

 photo unnamed-2_zps2mbgb5xb.jpg  photo unnamed_zpszdmera02.jpg  photo unnamed-3_zpsyfafjzsx.jpg " I'm currently working on animal photography, and I hope to get a book published in the near future. This particular project focuses on cats and dogs, but I'd love to expand to pandas, cheetahs and owls. Why animals? Other than the fact that I grew up with them, and have a profound fascination with what goes on in their minds, I believe that capturing a faithful, telling portrait of them is surprisingly easy. I don't think that animals understand what a camera is, so when they look into a lens, they are not conscious of their appearance. As a result, they don't adjust their expression, posture or body language, they just are what they are. With this formula, we are left with all the elements of a posed portrait, without the fundamental posed nature. " - Robert Bach  photo unnamed-4_zpsdjy5jsdb.jpg  photo unnamed-1_zpsejarys49.jpg

Alex Yanes

 photo unnamed_zpsvkgzhqhi.jpg  photo unnamed-3_zps7h9q4qtg.jpg  photo unnamed-1_zpsyakktfzv.jpg " These days my artistic inspiration derives from the vibrant fixtures of my environment, fatherhood, life’s circumstances, subcultures and the ability to create something out of nothing." - Alex Yanes  photo unnamed-6_zpsvagmuwqf.jpg  photo unnamed-5_zpsimun2fab.jpg