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Jose Morraja

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Jose Morraja is a Berlin-based artist who worked for: Diesel, 55DSL, Tretorn, Sebastian Professional, Sasoon, Vanity Fair, Oysho, Calzedonia, Tezenis, Intimissimi, Hazel, Walter & Thompson, Bankinter, and the list goes on and on and on…

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Dirk Staschke

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” As a species, our arrangements are centered on organizing the planet to fit our needs and desires. We arrange our finances, property, affairs, health, and our eventual end. Along the way we rearrange material resources, usually transforming them into wealth. The cycle is complete, or is it? In the studio I arrange shape and form, creating opportunities for light and shadow (and perhaps wealth). These arrangements are informed by the mundane ritual of eating that is long celebrated in ceramics. Unlike the potter whose empty dishes present an opportunity, my settings come prearranged as opulent, inedible meals that are simultaneously beautiful and disgusting. In this process, sustenance becomes merely a concept forever locked in its sculptural form and eating becomes a metaphor for excessive material consumption. Like an extravagant meal, the arrangements we make to further our desires can come with painful unintended consequences. My recent body of work explores notions of gluttony and cultural excess. ” – Dirk Staschke

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Gordon Cheung

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Gordon Cheung is of Hong Kong origin and born in London 1975 where he lives and works. Cheung’s multi-media art capture the hallucinations between the virtual and actual realities of a globalised world oscillating between Utopia and Dystopia. Spray paint, oil, acrylic, pastels, stock listings and ink collide in his works to form epic techno-sublime vistas. Cheung graduated from the Royal College of Art, 2001 and whilst a student he instigated and was the organiser of ‘Assembly’ exhibiting 172 MA art graduates in 2 disused Victorian school buildings. ‘ (via Jack Shaiman)

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Anna Di Prospero

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Lovely photographs by Anna Di Prospero, a student in Istituto Europeo di Design in Rome, Italy. Check out her Flickr photostream for more.

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Anne-Julie Aubry

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Anne-Julie Aubry was born in 1980 in a small town in Eastern France. She graduated from Beaux-Arts, Ecole de L’Image of Epinal (east of France), with a degree in Illustration at age 21. Her work appears in several exhibitions, catalogs, children’s books, magazines and websites. She also love to create various things with her hands. In February 2007, she decided to open a shop annejulie.etsy.com and moved to another one, early 2009: The Nebulous Kingdom. The world of Anne-Julie is divided in two parts. She has a whimsical side and a darker one. Her inspiration comes from her childhood, from fairytales, from music and movies, Nature, dreams… but it also comes from her everyday life. ‘ (via 88point5)

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TrustoCorp

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TrustoCorp is a New York based artist (or artists) dedicated to highlighting the hypocrisy and hilarity of human behavior through sarcasm and satire. TrustoCorp targets areas in the public domain typically reserved for messages of trust and authority and subverts them with messages of mayhem and absurdity hijacked from the visual style of our authorities.

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Melodie Mousset

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With or Without You or Constructing Intricate Rituals Which Allow You to Touch the Skin of Other, performance avec Catherine Favre. Work by Melodie Mousset.

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Daryll Peirce

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Daryll Peirce was born in Reno, Nevada in 1978 and and after receiving his BFA from the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design in Denver, Colorado, has since worked incessantly as a painter, designer, illustrator, occasional curator, and creative. His work has been hosted in multiple national and international exhibitions and galleries as well as on external public walls. Features of his work can be found in publications such as Juxtapoz, Blackbook, Print, ISM Quarterly, Happy, Beautiful Decay, Automatic, various city papers and websites like Wooster Collective, Slam Hype, Fecal Face, Scene360, No New Enemies, Coolhunting, and Modart Europe. Although he moves and travels often he currently considers Oakland, California home.

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Tinysaurs

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Artist Kelly Farrell sells these wooden Tinysaurs. Each one is laser cut out of oak tag board using a 35 watt cutting laser, and pre-perfed for (relatively) easy assembly – assuming you’ve got some really steady hands. (via Technabob)

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Jason Jägel

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Jason Jägel was born in 1971 in Boston, Massachusetts. He received degrees from California College of Arts and Crafts (BFA 1995) and Stanford University (MFA 2002). A monograph of his work entitled, Seventy-Three Funshine (2008), was created with an accompanying ten-inch vinyl record with music by Madlib and published by Electric Works, San Francisco. Jägel has been featured in numerous solo and group shows since 1995 including those in New York, Tokyo, Copenhagen, Milan, Barcelona, Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans and more. Jagel’s work appears in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, The UCLA Hammer Museum and the Portland Museum of Art, among others. Jason lives with his wife and two daughters in San Francisco.

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