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Kike Besada

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‘ Born in Vigo, Galicia in 1984 and now based in Madrid, Spain. With 6 years of experience working in the fields of interactive design & print areas. He is very passionate about the changing industry he’s involved in and also about learning every day. He has enjoyed working for brands such as: Diesel, Absolut, Nokia, Vodafone, Mercedes, Pernod Ricard, Smirnoff, and Burger King. ‘ Link here.

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Lee Ford

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” I have produced images for numerous editorial, publishing, and music industry clients throughout the UK and Europe. I have been involved with several shows, individually, and also with art and illustration collective Black Convoy, of which I am also an original member. My work has been shown in London, Europe, Singapore and New York. ” – Lee Ford

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Marco Ricci

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The previously-blogged Marco Ricci updated his site with plenty of new work since we last took a look at his website, and this time it’s loaded with great black and white shots. Rock n’ roll! Click here for the link. Thank you Marco for the email!

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Jonathan Borofsky

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Human Structures by American sculptor and installation artist Jonathan Borofsky. His art sought to interconnect minimalism and pop art.

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Alexia Sinclair

” Aussie photographer and digital artist Alexia Sinclair has some interesting work in her site but the cream of the crop is her Regal Twelve series with which she won 2007′s Harper’s BAZAAR & Canon Fashion Photography Awards. ”

Emily Barletta

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Interesting felt sculptures by New York-based artist Emily Barletta.

Fafi

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Enter the wonderful world of Fafi.

Scanwiches

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Scanwiches are scans of sandwiches for education and delight. If I made you hungry, I’m sorry.

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Jake Gillespie

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Nebraska-based artist Jake Gillespie’s drawings will look good hanging on my bedroom wall. If you’ve seen my room then you’ll agree.

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Michael Page

Michael Page was born on September 28th 1979, and was raised in Southern California. He has shown throughout California and Europe, and currently resides in San Francisco. With his new paintings common themes kept emerging. An awareness impossible to ignore seemed to sprout in every conversation with Michael’s friends, family, and in his community. This thread of insight sewn through his every interaction needed to be expressed. So he started there. Reflecting on his work, Michael found greed, hate and war, and their anecdote, love, running deep through each piece. Environmental neglect and its devastating effects reside in many of the paintings. And, subtle or not, there is also expressed discontent with the state of our political system and those that wield their power so callously. ‘