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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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Rug with Scale

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Rug with Scale presents an easy way to manage your weight and health. These days, most people have scales at home to measure and thus control their weight. A change of weight can be the most basic and important piece of data that represents one’s health and body shape. Rug with Scale is a scale combined with a rug. It is ideally placed in the bathroom for frequent use. It gives a soft touch and shows the user’s previous weight, present weight, and goal weight. The measured weight is saved to give the user an idea of their progress. The figures are illuminated. The textile part of the rug can be removed for cleaning, and can be changed according to the user’s tastes.

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Seungae Lee

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Seungae Lee <-- Born 1979 in Seoul, Korea; B.F.A College of Arts, Sungshin Women’s University; Lives and works in Seoul, Korea.

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Craig McDean

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Craig McDean (born 1964, England) is a British fashion photographer originally from Middlewich near Manchester, but now based in New York City. McDean originally trained and worked as a car mechanic before studying photography at Mid Cheshire College (OND) and Blackpool & Fylde College of Further & Higher Education (PQE). McDean began his photographic career in London as a photographer’s assistant to photographer Nick Knight. His early editorial work was featured in magazines such as i-D and The Face, which led to advertising campaign work for clients such as Jil Sander and Calvin Klein, and editorial commissions with Harper’s Bazaar and Vogue. More recently, McDean has photographed fashion campaigns for clients including Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Emporio Armani, Oscar de la Renta, Yves Saint Laurent, Calvin Klein, and Estée Lauder. ‘

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Fabio Novembre

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A flagship store for American shoe brand Stuart Weitzman at 27 Via dei Condotti in Rome by Milanese architect/designer Fabio Novembre. (via Dezeen)

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Joanne Mattera

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” Two concerns have engaged me throughout my career: color and geometric order. The grid is the underpinning of these concerns. Within its rigor I organize repeated elements—usually a stripe or square—painting them with a succulent brush that is at odds with the reductivism of the composition. I have long referred to my work as lush minimalism, a term that’s as tongue in cheek as it is true. The saturated color I use, influenced by Siennese paintings and Indian miniatures, is nevertheless of its own time. A 21st-century palette embodies different intensities, transparencies and chromatic relationships. The encaustic paint I use for much of my work brings a differently refractive quality to the color than other mediums, as well as optical depth and substantive texture. ” – Joanne Mattera

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