Tássia Bianchini

 photo tumblr_mpw2h9QXYI1rq9yq4o1_500_zps7dphyybm.jpg  photo tumblr_mq0a36BpOY1rq9yq4o1_500_zps5vnikpiq.jpg  photo tumblr_mpxr0er1Rd1rq9yq4o1_500_zpszylkzcxj.jpg Take a moment to check out the portfolio of Tássia Bianchini. Very nice, yea?  photo tumblr_mpzu59ckMW1rq9yq4o1_500_zps9urhteor.jpg  photo tumblr_mpu6yr1OUf1rq9yq4o1_500_zpsjaybuo4q.jpg

Sam Jinks

 photo jinks-Calcium-divide-01_zps1xbvoiy8.jpg  photo jinks-Calcium-divide-02_zpsepdv1xoi.jpg The work of Sam Jinks draws on our shared fascination with the human figure, a fascination that has long pervaded the history of Western sculpture. Constructed from silicone, fibreglass, resin and often using human hair, the viewer becomes suspended in an intense moment of intimacy with the work, a moment that cannot ordinarily be achieved. This is facilitated by the fact that the artist prefers to create mostly-naked works with closed or averted eyes, causing them to be somewhat complicit in our voyeuristic scrutiny. As we stare at the figures frozen in states of vulnerability – be it babyhood, old age or quiet contemplation – we glimpse our own vulnerabilities reflected back. (via Marc Straus )  photo jinks-Calcium-divide-04_zpspdxf00ga.jpg  photo jinks-Calcium-divide-03_zpsjhv8ohhr.jpg

SOHO Fuxing Lu / gmp Architekten

 photo 2552_CG66_009_83306_zpsjixjsbbc.jpg  photo 2552_CG66_012_82924_zpss29f3ovp.jpg  photo 2552_CG66_001_83040_zpsfhfq3jok.jpg 'The former French Concession in the heart of Shanghai is known for its typical rectilinear development – the Li Long. Li stands for neighborhood, and Long refers to the narrow rectilinear streets separating the buildings. This urban morphology, which is typical of Shanghai, creates narrow and intimate urban spaces. The design for SOHO Fuxing Lu, an urban quarter with restaurants, shops and offices primarily intended for young start-up companies, adopts the scale and orientation of the neighboring blocks, integrates existing historic buildings and, in this way, adds to the important urban seam in the inner city using the existing urban development structure.' Continue...  photo 2552_CG66_011a_82874_zpsfgmuvhda.jpg  photo PORTADA_2552_CG66_002_83874_zpsxmusrrss.jpg

Andrea Wan

 photo screenwriters_zps7ole3cio.jpg  photo messagengers_s_zpsyzhvj66i.jpg  photo olddreamcollectorsmall_zpsf9wigi1w.jpg Andrea Wan <-- Illustrator and Visual Artist born in Hong Kong, rasied in Vancouver and currently based in Berlin.  photo aboveandbelows_zpst1v8nqmn.jpg  photo synchronicity_adjusteds_zps23fhwfrz.jpg

Sam Vanallemeersch

 photo 16362414267_de27fd747b_b_zpsn7r0qje5.jpg  photo 16522301026_f6b406e909_b_zpseg2khnvo.jpg  photo 15928132423_9031333a20_b_zpscuiorxfl.jpg I stumbled across this fantastic work today of Sam Vanallemeersch, an illustrator based in Antwerp, Belgium. Check it out!  photo 16362051299_1caf554eb9_b_zpsiepqdu9f.jpg  photo 9669842023_066fab2374_b_zpstzinl6oe.jpg

Joanne Leah

 photo JoanneLeah_AcidMass_03_zpsi0em1wey.jpg  photo JoanneLeah_AcidMass_04_zpsjijtxiit.jpg  photo JoanneLeah_AcidMass_07_zps9feoiuyi.jpg Check out the work of Brooklyn based photographer, Joanne Leah. there's a lot more where it came from, so get-a-clickin'!  photo JoanneLeah_AcidMass_10_zpsc8pnnquf.jpg  photo JoanneLeah_AcidMass_08_zpsud3jssok.jpg

John O’Reilly

 photo 6269883_orig_zpsugmj7unk.jpg  photo 6248652_orig_zpsvnifktqq.jpg " My work explores the basic gestures of line and form. The forms I create mimic the illusion of breath by the slow expanding and contracting of contouring lines, giving movement and life to a static object. My work has become an autobiographical expression of my interests and experience in natural history and religion. Drawing from these encounters and curiosities, I manifesting my own narratives. Through the construction of gesture and comparative anatomy, my intent is to explore and preserve universal transitional states of being. " - John O'Reilly  photo 4297982_orig_zpsqv1p7cml.jpg  photo 7081336_orig_zpsixa9n6b1.jpg

Oliver Kruger

 photo 73fbed2402_548_wide_zpsod1iqsa7.jpg  photo af496b2b82_548_wide_zpsin2nglf3.jpg Oliver Kruger is a talented documentary style photographer based in Cape Town, South Africa. Click here to view his website.  photo dc5165a67f_548_wide_zpsyd8tplio.jpg

Deborah Zlotsky

 photo unnamed 1_zpsd7eoxiey.jpg  photo unnamed 3_zps5epnj3vg.jpg  photo unnamed 6_zps9ifkdepy.jpg Deborah Zlotsky has exhibited across the country, and her drawings are in the curated flat files of Pierogi Gallery and The Boston Drawing Project at Joseph Carroll and Sons Gallery. Her recent and upcoming projects include solo exhibitions at Robischon Gallery in Denver, the SACI Gallery at Studio Art Center International in Florence, Italy, and Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in NYC. In 2012 she received a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in painting, and in 2014 her work was selected for New American Paintings (Northeast edition). Her work is in the collections of Nordstrom, Progressive Insurance, the Waldorf Astoria, and the Borusan Contemporary Art Collection, among others. Recent residency fellowships include Yaddo, Bemis Foundation, and VCCA. Zlotsky holds a BA in the History of Art from Yale University and a MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of Connecticut. She is represented by Kathryn Markel Fine Arts in New York. She teaches at the Rhode Island School of Design.  photo unnamed_zpswxdp88rm.jpg  photo unnamed 4_zpsnxspev87.jpg  photo unnamed 2_zpsmr7czepq.jpg

Octopus Purse

 photo il_570xN.313081038_zpsj4vekgyf.jpg  photo octopus-purse-alt-one-640x533_zpsik5xbn77.jpg "Keep your cash and other personal belongings at hand in an aquatic manner by storing them inside this octopus purse. Each time you need to grab something, you simply pop open the clasp and dig through the octopus’s vacant body." Link here. (via Thisiswhyimbroke)  photo octopus-purse-alt-640x533_zpsdy5z0jl1.jpg