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Larry Johnson

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Larry Johnson <-- Born 1959, Long Beach, CA; Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA; EDUCATION: 1984 MFA, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA; 1982 BFA, California Institute of the Arts, Valencia, CA

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Fuuvi Biscuit Camera

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The cutest digital cameras around come from the incredible imagination of the FUUVI company in Japan. The team that brought you the original biscuit camera have done it again! More powerful, faster and twice as cute. Three flavors are fresh from the oven! Rechargeable battery, Micro SD card memory and an easy fit into any pocket provide endless toy camera fun. Add to cart.

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Ken Keirns

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These beauties belong to artist Ken Keirns whom we have blogged about before. Check out his site now for updates.

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Mark Ward

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Mark Ward is a graphic artist & art director living and working in London. His work is fueled by an adoration of Americana that is fragmented through his British perspective, producing visuals that communicate in a distinct aesthetic.

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Jiraiya

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Born in 1967, Jiraiya is one of the most known japanese gay artists. Cartoonist and illustrator, he is one of the main contributors to the japanese cult magazine “G-men”. His work is published in Japan as well as in Europe.

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Ralph Savelsberg

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LEGO cars from 80s shows and movies by Ralph Savelsberg from The Netherlands. Very, very cool!

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The Margarido House

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Margarido House, a Contemporary Energy Efficient home by Onion Flats. This 4,650 square foot single family home in the hills of Oakland, overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge and all of San Francisco, was one of the first LEED-H Gold single-family homes in the State of California.

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Brianna Angelakis

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Brianna Angelakis (b. 1990) is an American artist. She was born in Massachusetts and moved to New Hampshire during her early teen years. She graduated summa cum laude (4.0 GPA) from Flagler College located in St. Augustine, Florida, in the Spring of 2013 with a B.A. in Fine Arts, a B.A. in English, and a minor in Illustration. She also graduated as both the Fine Arts Department and English Department’s Distinguished Student Award Recipient for the 2012-2013 school year. She will be returning to Flagler College in the Fall of 2013 as an alumnus to complete her BFA in Fine Arts.

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Robert Wechsler

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Robert Wechsler‘s coin sculpture: An assortment of geometric forms made from coins notched and joined together. Commissioned by The New Yorker for the SPOTS series in the October 14th 2013 money themed issue.

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Jennifer Cronin

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” Wandering. Looking for something to follow. Hoping to find something to prove that everything is profoundly meaningful. Some sort of singular theory of life. In this quest, I seem only to stumble upon the inconsequential things. An annoyance, some confusion, a mistake that takes a long time to clean up, a stubbed toe, a dirty dish, hair—all of the little things that pile up until it becomes clear that the passage of time has been present only in the form of passing distractions. Maybe there is some meaning, but it seems to be an illusion that only luck may one day unveil. It can be difficult to remain interested, excited, engaged, and true to oneself amidst the backdrop of routine, everyday life. My most recent work is about personal fantasy and escape amidst everyday experience. It is a reimagining of everyday life, based on often small, seemingly insignificant frustrations. A playful rumination on the little things, the subtleties, which can fill our lives for better or worse. Growths of the seeds of worry, fear, amusement, and minor upsets. Fruitless daydreams. It is about what a mind does with what it is given.” – Jennifer Cronin

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