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David Oliveira

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David Oliveira <-- (1980, Lisbon) Degree in Sculpture and a postgraduate degree in Artistic Anatomy at the School of Fine Arts of Lisbon; Won the 1st prize for sculpture Young Creators of Aveiro 2009, premium revelation D. Fernando in 2010, and is one of those selected for the Young Creators Lisbon 2011. Represented by Gallery 111 in Portugal. Currently developing artistic projects in Portugal, Spain, UK and Turkey.

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Edible Gummy Party Python

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Tipping the scales at nearly 27 pounds, this huge candy snake packs over 36,000 calories into its nearly 8-foot-long frame. Boasting incredible details including intricate eyes, extensive and blended coloring, ridged coils, and thousands of individually carved scales, the Party Python will steal the show at any party. Buy here.

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Wyatt Mills

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“People are crazy, I am people.” 22 Year old Mills depicts feelings of modern day social anxieties and personal struggle/self doubt while experimenting with light, space, and narrative. Confrontation and first person environments are common within his work. His pieces bring viewers into another mindset, allowing them to contemplate and debate with an inner dialogue about what social boundaries they find to be hideous, captivating, offensive or attractive, in hopes that it will allow the viewers to walk away with a loss of social reservation and expansion of their own mindset. Website.

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Christopher Whiteburch

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” My work is an endeavor to capture my experiences and thoughts on post-modern life and translate them to a visual query. I feel most engaged with work when it is in a public environment in which I can engage viewers that are not commonly patrons and consumers of fine art. The experiences I have had wherein I could talk with and receive automatic feedback from the community have been some of the most fulfilling interactions I have had as an artist. Being given the opportunity to serve the public through my art is at once humbling and a great honor.” – Christopher Whiteburch

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Lukas Brezek

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Selected digital works from the collection called “Prisoners (Prison Planet)” by Lukas Brezek, artist based in Brno, Czech Republic.

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Cesar Santander

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Cesar Santander is a “Photorealist” painter. He uses photographs as sources for his paintings and the paintings themselves look like photographs. Cesar received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree and a Master of Fine Arts Degree from Pratt Institute in New York. He was a full-time teacher for ten years in New York City and Miami, Florida. He has been painting full-time since 1980. Since 1978, he has been using the airbrush in his work. The still-life is his area of interest. Cesar first painted fruit, utensils and cups. Later he painted antique tin boxes and this led to painting tin toys. He has been painting and exploring toy subject matter since 1982. His paintings are considered among the finest that have ever been done in the genre. (via Ro Gallery)

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Ray No

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Absolutely beautiful photos of water by South African photographer Ray No. Purchase these prints at 5 Pieces Gallery. Link here.

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Pianobell and Enterbell by Li Jianye

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Replace your boring doorbell with the Pianobell and Enterbell. Designed by Li Jianye based in Beijing, China.

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Anton Marrast

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Take a long, loving look at these illustrations by Anton Marrast, they’re absolutely delightful! Definitely check out his website if you can.

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Karien Deroo

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” I’m always looking for the soul in human beings (and also in animals, but that’s more difficult). When I look at people and when I talk and listen to them, I want to reach their souls, to leave the surface behind and go deeper to find their inner beauty. Since I usually paint portraits, I always search for images of people who have a very silent expression on their faces and in their attitudes. They are in their inner world, looking out with direct stares, or looking away, dreamily captured in their own world. You don’t know what they’re thinking and it’s in this moment, I believe, that you can see their soul and make a connection with your own soul. I want people to have a connection with my paintings, through their soul.” – Karien Deroo

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