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Lizzy Stewart

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Lizzy Stewart is an illustrator and artist currently based in London. Clients include: Faber & Faber, The List, The New York Times, Zizzis, The Scotsman, Aubin & Wills, Red Cap Cards, Little Otsu, Analogue Books, Random House, The Folio Society, Woodpigeon, End of the Road Records, The Guardian, Howies, Eagleowl and more.

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Cone of Shame LED Keychain

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“This little doggie won’t let his cone of shame bring him down. No way, no howl! Simply push in the puppy’s tail on our Cone of Shame LED Keychain and his eyes illuminate. The term “pet lampshade” suddenly becomes quite appropriate. Let this fellow brighten your darkest moments and it’ll provide you with the unconditional illumination that only a key chain flashlight, shaped like a dog, wearing a cone of shame… can. Great for finding the house key late at night!”

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Akio Takamori

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Akio Takamori was born and raised in Japan. He has been exhibiting in the United States, Europe and Asia since the mid 1980s. Takamori received his BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute in 1976 and his MFA from the New York State College of Ceramics, Alfred University in 1978. Takamori’s recent solo exhibitions include Ground (2013), at James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA and Equivalent (2013), at Galerie Kunstforum Solothurn, Switzerland.

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Koala Hug Cable Holders

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” A self-adhesive Koala shaped cable holder hugs your cables to keep them in place. And while it’s mainly made for cables, it can hold many accessories like keys, glasses, pens and even toothbrushes.” Link here.

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Arianna Vairo

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Arianna Vairo is a talented illustrator and printmaker hailing from Milan, Italy. Check her out guys!

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Klaas Kloosterboer

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Klaas Kloosterboer <-- Born 1959 Noord/Zuid Schermer, Netherlands; Lives and works in Amsterdam; 1979-1983 Education: Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, NL

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Penelope Gazin

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Penelope Gazin is a freelance artist and an animator based in Echo Park, Califoria. Click here to go to her website.

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Maxwell Doig

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Maxwell Doig was born in Huddersfield. He graduated from Manchester School of Art in 1988 with a BA in Fine Art and went on to pursue his postgraduate studies in Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, London, between 1988 and 1990. Doig is preoccupied with the human figure and its spatial relationship combined with the interplay of light and shade. His use of unconventional viewpoints depicting static solitary figures along with the application of subtle pigments and textural complexity results in contemplative ephemeral imagery. In 1997 he was awarded the Villiers David Prize. He lives and works in Manchester. (via Albemarle Gallery)

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Gosia

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” Color and line are important elements in my work. They help to capture and communicate the most important aspect of my work, emotion. I am a sensitive person, and while I create whatever I feel somehow gets trapped inside the art. The viewers feel that same emotion. It has become the norm that whenever someone talks to me about my painting, they inevitably end up describing to me how they feel when they look at it, as opposed to what they see. It is a powerful connection that I am thankful to be a part of and the reason I keep painting.” – Gosia

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CJ Hendry

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Wow. Please check out the work of the incredibly talented CJ Hendry.

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