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Susan Bourdet

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” Raised in a family that loved the outdoors, I have always sought wild places, feeling that nature is central to my way of life. No piece of my art has ever seemed complete to me without an element that could fly or dart from the page. I moved with my family to Oregon in 1974, where I discovered watercolor. I specialize in this temperamental medium because I enjoy contrasting soft-edged, luminous background areas with delicately detailed birds and animals. My paintings don’t attempt to duplicate what I see in nature, but rather to capture a fragment of the wildness and beauty we could so easily destroy.” – Susan Bourdet

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Polaroid Toilet Paper Holder

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‘Pay homage to bygone gadgets by decking out your powder room with this camera-shaped toilet tissue holder! Styled after a renowned instant camera, this retro-inspired plastic accessory ‘lens’ geek-chic style to your lavatory. Easily feed a roll of TP through the front photo slot in just a snap. Perfect for a friendly gift exchange, this gizmo also makes a great holiday present for the gifted photographer in your family!’ Link.

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Jon Cattapan

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Jon Cattapan is an extensively exhibited visual artist who lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. He first began exhibiting in 1979 and his works deal primarily with ways of representing urban topographies and narratives. He is known for panoramic layered city vistas and figurative groupings and has a long held preoccupation for the way human beings negotiate territories. Within his paintings, drawings and prints we see influences of contemporary global culture and recent history that range from science fiction and film through to urban social debates. His extensive travels in Asia and living in cities such as New York, London and Venice have deeply influenced his practice. (via Dominik Mersch Gallery)

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Arie van’t Riet

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” As a physicist I specialized in radiation physics. Especially in very low energy X-rays. Some years ago I started to use these experience in X-ray photography. An amazing kind of black and white photography. Looking with X-ray eyes to nature. That’s what I like to experience with my X-ray camera. I prefer X-ray objects of ordinary scenes like a butterfly nearby a flower, a fish in the ocean, a mouse in the field, a haron along the riverside, a bird in a tree and so on. Each time it is challenging me to arrive at an X-ray photograph that represents the sentiment of the scene, do raise questions and excite curiosity. I hope, in most of the images presented here I succeeded.” – Arie van’t Riet

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Dai Lyn Power

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Fun photographs of senior citizens wearing streetwear by Dai Lyn Power.

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Malo

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‘French photographer Malo takes these daydreams to new heights through his photography collection “One Day You Will Be My Child.” (via Huffpost Arts & Culture)

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Erika Deoudes

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” I’m an artist/illustrator/designer and movie-lover with equal affection for the adorable, the terrifying, the hilarious, the serious, the bizarre, the mundane, the dignified, the undignified, the disgusting, and the beautiful.” – Erika Deoudes

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Charis Tsevis

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Charis Tsevis is an award winning visual designer living and working in Athens,Greece. He holds a Diploma of Graphic Design from the Akademie fur das Grafishe Gewerbe, Munchen and a Master in Visual Design from the Scuola Politecnica di Design, Milano. He manages a modest studio by the name of Tsevis Visual Design in Athens serving clients all over the world. His client list includes companies like Nike, PepsiCo, Toyota and IKEA, advertising agencies like TBWA\Chiat\Day, Saatchi & Saatchi LA, DDB Munich and Leo Burnett Hong Kong and media like Time, Fortune, Wired and the Wall Street Journal.

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Pierre Carreau

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Born in 1972 near Paris, Pierre Carreau grew up surrounded by artistic influences in a family that included a photographer, sculptors and painters. Perhaps in reaction to this subtle pressure, he chose initially to pursue a different path and graduated from university with a degree in business. Yet the soul of the artist would not be repressed, and after a number of years working in the IT industry, Carreau returned to his roots and became a professional photographer. A long-held love of the ocean and water-sports led him to work photographing action shots for surf and kite-surf magazines, but the water itself eventually captured his artistic imagination and became the genesis of AquaViva. In 2004 Pierre moved with his wife and children to the Caribbean island of St. Barthélemy. This small paradise has become Carreau’s open-air studio, where the subtle variations of light from the tropical sun and the endlessly changing soul of the sea become the subjects of his vision. Pierre Carreau’s fine art photography is represented by CLIC Gallery in New York City and St. Barthélemy.

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Alkesh Parmar

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Cool chandelier made from recycled champagne corks created by Alkesh Parmar. Click here to go to the website.

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