Marta Bielsa

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The work of Marta Bielsa (a talented artist and illustrator from Spain) are simply lovely. You could also check out more of her beautiful digital illustrations on Behance. Link here.

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Gustavo Boroni

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Brazilian fashion photographer Gustavo Boroni sent us some pretty amazing self portraits. You should check out his website for more goodness.

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Italian street artist Never2501 used leaves, branches, roots, and dead trees to create this large-scale installation. He didn’t use any tools or nails or screws or anything to build this.

Yang Na

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Love these oil on canvas paintings by Chinese contemporary artist Yang Na.

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Sadie Barnette

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“I use drawing, photography, objects, book and print making, and site-specific interventions, to construct a visual language system out of sub-culture codes and west coast vernacular, economic formalism, text and abstractions. In my work, what is at stake is the gravity of the urban as fantasy, extra-legal economies, luxury as drug, counterfeit capitalism, glitter as hypnotic, outer space as head space, the everyday as gold, family and lived identity experience, and the party.” – Sadie Barnette

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Funny paper cut-outs of anime characters interact with real life by Lowra.

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Jacob Hashimoto

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Superabundant Atmosphere, an installation by Jacob Hashimoto includes thousands of shimmering white “kites,” each handmade from silk glued over a tied bamboo frame. During the installation process, Hashimoto and five assistants will string the kites together and suspend them from the gallery ceiling, creating an enormous sculptural cloud rising upward and outward from the rear of the gallery. Although Hashimoto makes use of traditional kite-making materials and techniques, the small kites that form his installations do not actually fly. Instead, they are the modular units that he multiplies and arranges into structures that, while monumental in scale, appear to be weightless. As the light that streams through the gallery’s front window changes throughout the day, so too, will the appearance of Superabundant Atmosphere. Sometimes the installation will seem buoyant and ethereal, while at other times it will appear to be a solid mass. In any guise, Hashimoto intends for Superabundant Atmosphere to convey a sense of wonder and playfulness, as visitors encounter, walk around, and react to its presence.

Victor Enrich

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Spanish artist and photographer Victor Enrich‘s uses photoshop to create these wonderfully impossible city portraits.

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Josan Gonzalez

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Plenty of gorgeous work from Barcelona based illustrator Josan Gonzalez.

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iPooding Soft Case by SUMNEEDS

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Check out iPooding Soft Case by Korean design firm SUMNEEDS. “The ‘Pudding’ case is a liquid filled case with small moving balls in it that gives it a snow globe effect. It is a peel-and-stick cover that you can apply directly on your iPhone or apply it on the case.”

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