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Pier Stockholm

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Pier Stockholm is an artist born in Lima, Peru living and working in Paris, France. Check out his work.

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Alice Anderson

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The Anglo-French artist Alice Anderson is based in London, working from film to drawing and sculpture, playing with dislocation of time as children construct parallels worlds. Her work is a compulsive and obsessional production through which she explores and gives shape to her childhood memories. (via We Find Wildness)

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STEN & LEX

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‘ Italian street atists STEN & LEX have been working together since they met at University in 2002. In September 2008 they featured in a show called “Power and Currency at the Factory FreshNuart Show in Stavanger, Norway alongside Blek le Rat, D*Face, Nick Walker, Dotmasters, Dolk, Zeus, Eine & Cauty. Their work have a raw, underground feel. Their black and white mugshot style portraits often portray political or religious icons such as Putin or the Pope and there is an element of Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. They also took part in the citywide street art social.’ (via The Brick Lane Gallery)

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Véronique Meignaud

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Véronique Meignaud aka Marmotte (b.1984) is a french freelance illustrator living in Paris. After 2 years of formation at the Emile Cohl Art School (Lyon / France), she spent almost 5 years working for the video game industry as concept artist. Marmotte is now working for several publishers and and starting slowly in the fashion Industry.

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Felix Schramm

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Felix Schramm (born 1970 in Hamburg, Germany) is a contemporary artist based in Düsseldorf, Germany. He was a student of the Kunstakademie Düsseldorf and Accademia Albertina di Belle Arti di Torino. His sculptural works explore architectural destruction and reorganization in pre-existing spaces through the introduction of irregular structures. His influences include Gordon Matta-Clark. (via)

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Michael Johansson

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” I am fascinated walking around flea markets finding doubles of seemingly unique, though often useless objects I have already purchased at another flea market. Despite the fact that I did not have any use for them even the first time, the desire to own two of these objects becomes too strong to resist. The unique and unknown origin of the object increases my desire to want the double – the unlikelihood of this sensation repeating itself produces an attraction that is too strong to resist. This combination of the now-familiar and the new-unknown are among the various factors that come together to create the irresistible pull of these objects. This re-iterated fascination and the overwhelming desire that follows is central to my art practice. ” – Michael Johansson

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Sabrina Siedt

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Great inspiring work from (Dortmund) Germany-based photographer Sabrina Siedt. Click here for the link.

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Adriana Muñoz

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Adriana Muñoz <-- Born 1982 Barcelona, Spain; Graduate in Art & Design Escola Massana, Barcelona, 2005; Master in Arts: Illustration Camberwell College of Arts, London, 2008; Lives and works in London.

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Erika Hock

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‘ A project to shatter the rigidness of a material such as cement and make it seem mercurial and fragile. Erika Hock (born in 1981) is a young German artist who likes to break walls as she plays with their resistance. All that’s needed in fact is a belt to damage the clean and rigid geometry of a hunk of wall. An approach that may well contest the “infrastructural ideas” that currently permeate modern art. ‘ (via CoSTUME NATIONAL)

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Amose

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Enjoy some beautiful work from French artist Amose. Very lovely stuff.

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