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Soccer Ball 3D Deco Light

 photo 4054798774919_px0CNlX0_l_zps4578fad4.jpg  photo 223194_156322724445297_156319517778951_345445_2020583_n_zps662c3060.jpg 'This fun night light is perfect for your little sports star, illuminating your child's bedroom and creating a playful atmosphere.' Buy here.  photo 331837_166394550104781_156319517778951_382678_4098178_o_zpsf151bba4.jpg  photo Pic_04_zps3bf6950b.jpg

Hannah Faith Yata

 photo Supercalifragilistic_Hannahyata1024x1021_zpsca6c1878.jpg  photo Blitzkrieg_HannahYata_zpsa27b100a.jpg " The pictures forming in my head are ones of domination over nature, the struggle of animals in a changing world, and the effects of a changing world on the animals and humans. Women became the metaphor for mother nature as wild and sexual thing exploited and explored in my work, and animals became the subjects of examining abnormalities and evolution. Taking ideas that I had learned from ideas on feminism, I began to draw parallels in our ways of controlling and objectifying women to how we also think about the earth and it’s resources therein." - Hannah Faith Yata  photo StudyofaDevilWoman_webbyversion_zps1c39061a.jpg

Tigran Tsitoghdzyan

 photo millenium03_zps1931cec8.jpg  photo millenium04_zps186e675b.jpg Tigran Tsitoghdzyan was born in 1976 in Yerevan, Armenia. Since when he was very young he passed his days painting and drawing. He found his universe when he discovered the oil paints at the age of 5. Very soon he was noticed by Henrik Iguitian, an art critic, founder and director of Modern Art Museum and Children Art Museum in Yerevan. He organized Tigran's first personal exhibition with one hundred works when Tigran was ten years old. The exhibition started in Yerevan, and then continued in the cities of Spain and USA. In the following years Tigran had numerous exhibitions in Armenia, Russia, West Europe and United States.  photo millenium05_zps9baba4f5.jpg  photo millenium01_zpscbaefe0e.jpg

Catherine Creaney

 photo Bv1EcndIEAAKnEg_zps1a23daf3.jpg  photo Chris_small_zps29ab097a.jpg Catherine Creaney's work is exhibited throughout Ireland and the UK. Her work encompasses both abstraction and portraiture. She has taken part in numerous exhibitions in Northern Ireland and has had work exhibited at the RUA Annual Exhibition on several occassions.  photo Observing_Light_small_zpse51a8132.jpg

Zombie Bookends

 photo m16022_ZombieBookends_2_zps64ff231f.jpg  photo m16022_ZombieBookends_3_zpsf3c0e71f.jpg This fantastic bookend will wake the dead with its scary and stunning looks and will look fantastic in any room in the house. Made from sturdy steel it will withstand the walking dead. Buy here.  photo m16022_ZombieBookends_5_large_zpsb4ff6f14.jpg

Jaya Nicely

 photo efc1bfd3416ae01c9da9cf8e035dc3e7_zps701fd3da.jpg  photo a0bfa011befb55cc837ff5ae2b64aea9_zps52a21c7f.jpg Portraits of the Torrance family (The Shining) by Los Angeles based illustrator and designer Jaya Nicely. Click here for the link.  photo tumblr_mmntnixyhA1rv8nb3o1_r1_1280_zps177102af.jpg

Zeren Badar

 photo 870121-5325a953df3df-large_zpsf3590922.jpg  photo 870121-5317846dcee66-large_zpsdd684ae7.jpg  photo 870121-5317991883ffc-large_zps7ef71100.jpg Zeren Badar is a self-taught photographer who lives currently in NYC. He is originally from Turkey. He is obsessed with art. He enjoys long walks all around Manhattan and take long breaks at art shows.  photo 870121-53ff1de37b19f-large_zps90a7f865.jpg  photo 870121-531784f1b0a05-large_zpseda66835.jpg

dci Shark Bite Oven Mitt

 photo Untitled-2_zps6d4c08ad.jpg Can't wait to dive right in to dinner, but the stove is still burning hot? Let this dci™ oven mitt take the first plunge so you don't have to! In the novelty shape of a shark biting the user's arm, you'll be protected from burning yourself in the kitchen while your toothy friend deals with the brunt of the heat. Buy here.  photo Untitled-1_zps3921ec5e.jpg

Eddi Prabandono

 photo IMG_1318_zpsc8be6e95.jpg  photo IMG_0992_zpsf4bca42a.jpg  photo IMG_1360_zps6892883f.jpg Eddi Prabandono is an artist who involves design, planning, and construction in creating his large-scale pieces. He did not work on his pieces alone. Just like in a project, Eddi Prabandono involved many workers: to create designs and even work plans. Often, he employed construction plans that need [careful] calculation. However, his pieces did not turn into structural things, because of the way he incorporated the evolution of languages of expressions in creating them. (via Primae Noctis and Indo Art Now)  photo tumblr_nf40tm1niZ1qlq9poo3_1280_zps2c280504.jpg  photo tumblr_nf40tm1niZ1qlq9poo2_1280_zps63a80f7c.jpg  photo tumblr_nf40tm1niZ1qlq9poo4_1280_zpsfbf4cd6e.jpg

Kate Louise Powell

 photo self_portrait_at_18_by_katepowellart-d74czm9_zps82392851.jpg  photo finally_finished_this_painting__by_katepowellart-d4xu238_zps918dc078.jpg " I have loved nature all my life, it is the backbone of everything, it is beautiful and horrible, and it is incorporated into most of my drawings and paintings. I like to embellish portraits and figures with elements of nature to combine ‘human’ and ‘natural’ beauty, and I also like to use nature to express more personal and emotional ideas. Butterflies are a regular occurrence, my awareness of and involvement in The Butterfly Project has meant that they have come to represent quiet emblems of hope. As art is slowly becoming a bigger part of my life, my work is growing more personal and closer to my heart. When it comes down to art, what motivates me most of all is the blankness of the page in front of me which cries out with so much possibility. I look at the blank sheet in front of me and know that I can do anything. I am free, there are no rules. To this day, art is shaping who I am. It is bringing me new opportunities, allowing me to meet fantastic people, and constantly giving me hope. If I didn’t draw I’d curl up and die." - Kate Powell  photo last_flowers_by_katepowellart-d5qilgf_zps66454278.jpg