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Barrão

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Really nice sculptures made of porcelain and epoxy resin by artist Barrão.

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Sandrine Pelletier

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Sandrine Pelletier <-- Born 1976 in Lausanne, Switzerland; 1999-2002 B.A Visual Communication, graphic design specialisation, ECAL, University of Art and Design, Lausanne, Switzerland; 1994-1999 ECOLE D’ARTS APPLIQUES, Vevey, Switzerland, Display designer; Lives and works in Lausanne and Paris

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Ian Davenport

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Ian Davenport (born 1966) is an English painter, and former Turner Prize nominee. Davenport’s use of dripped paint and gravity has been compared to similar techniques employed by Helen Frankenthaler and Morris Louis in the 1950s and 1960s. Other possible influences on his work include Jackson Pollock and Bridget Riley. His work is exhibited in London at Waddington Galleries and The Alan Cristea Gallery, and the Ingleby Gallery in Edinburgh. (via Wikipedia)

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Joanna Kustra

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Polish photographer Joanna Kustra captures the model’s characteristics and expressions in a fantastic painterly style.

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Michael Bisparulz

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Cute illustrations from Michael Bisparulz, an illustrator based in Brazil. Don’t forget to visit his deviantart site.

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Sympathetic Resonance

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Sympathetic Resonance is an interactive musical instrument sculpture that utilizes the keys of a marimba (a mallet-percussion instrument of african origin) to create four and a half playable octaves. The sculpture consists of 56 “units,” each containing a different note, as well as a yarn-wound mallet affixed to a rotary solenoid which allows the note to be triggered by a touch-sensitive aluminum keyboard played by the viewer. The sculpture’s modular design allows it to completely change configuration from installation to installation. Each unit can be either mounted or placed on the floor or mounted to a wall, and can be connected to the keyboard with a wire of any length. ‘ Created by Joshua Kirsch

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Vladimir Kato

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As a child of 80′s growing up in Yugoslavia, Vladimir Kato was entrenched in the urban environment. His neighborhood consisted of punks and skins hanging out on basketball courts, political and vulgar graffiti on walls, and anarchy symbols scrawled on every mailbox; a formidable playground to encourage artistic production. His father was a wood carver and first encouraged Vladimir to begin drawing and sculpting at the age of 5. His early influences were Italian comics like Alan Ford, Zagor and the horror comic Dylan Dog. Mixed with a young Eastern European outlook on Western pop culture, movie posters by Drew Struzan (Back to the Future, E.T., Indiana Jones), brands like Nike, Cross Colors, and album covers from Michael Jackson, Black Sabbath, and Iron Maiden all stimulated his mind. Vladimir’s early drawings depicting everything from skateboarding, gun toting, hip-hop punks, to flying, medieval beast men. (Continue reading…)

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Christine Aerfeldt

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Christine Aerfeldt is an Australian born visual artist of Estonian heritage who lives and works in London and Montpellier. She holds a Masters degree in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art & Design London. Aerfeldt is the recipient of numerous awards and honours, most notably the 2006 Anne and Gordon Samstag Scholarship for international study, considered to be the most prestigious award of its kind in Australia.

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Stacey Rozich

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Stacey Rozich was born and raised in Seattle, Washington and studied Illustration at California College of Arts in San Francisco. Her work varies from bold folk art in watercolor and gouache, to simple pen and ink line drawings.

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Lukasz Jaskolski

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Really impressive portfolio by 3d artist Lukasz Jaskolski from Poland.

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