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Andreas Kocks

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Andreas Kocks’ work focuses on the integration of fine art and architecture. His favorite medium is heavy watercolor paper. By cutting into it and installing multiple layers on the site, he transforms the “contained architectural box” into a territorial surface. The entire gallery feels physically activated as he redefines existing boundaries. The walls of the architecture no longer define the space. Instead, Kocks modifies the conventional cube by removing its innate banality and replaces it with an immediate cerebral experience. In a deliberate way Kocks has “tagged” the walls with his papercuts but has also left an implied trace of the viewer’s passive action. Moreover, he invites the viewer to move and change their position thus modifying his or her viewpoint. ‘ (via Winston Wachter Fine Art)

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Christopher St. Leger

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Christopher St. Leger truly captures the essence of urban skateboarding in this water color series. Check out his portfolio for more.

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Jonny Duddle

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” I’m a freelance illustrator and concept artist living in wet and windy Buxton. I worked in computer games (for Codemasters, Warthog and Eurocom) for seven years as a 3D modeller and concept artist before going freelance in March 2006. Most of my freelance work is within Publishing and the Entertainment Industry. ” – Jonny Duddle

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Heaven and Earth

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” Wow, what an amazing experience this was! First of all, this is a “real” baby, asleep on his actual birth Mother. The baby was exactly five weeks old and slept throughout the entire process. The mother is a great friend of mine and understood all of the unique factors involved in my process. Now… This is the first time that I had ever seen such a painting attempted and I’m so thrilled that it became a reality. The painting, studio and photography required lots of special care, attention and speed. I still feel very privileged each time I work with newborns. ” (Models: Kayce and Baby Spencer; Photo: Max Trombly) – Craig Tracy

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Rebeca Puebla

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Rebeca Puebla is a freelance 3D character artist based from Madrid, Spain.

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Leandro Erlich

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Leandro Erlich was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1973. At age 20, he won a grant from the Antorchas Foundation to take an advanced sculpture and installation workshop under the direction of Luis F. Benedit and Pablo Suárez. Between 1998 and 1999 he took part in the Core Program, an artist-in-residence program in Houston, Texas, U.S. (via Sean Kelly Gallery)

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Jocelyn Lee

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” The photographs in this body of work represent an early version of my ongoing interest in psychological portraiture. The images describe potent moments that disrupt our expectations of childhood innocence and simplicity. I am particularly interested in children’s “play” and the kind of symbolic meaning that develops from it. ” – Jocelyn Lee

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BookBook by Twelve South

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“Available in Classic Black or Vibrant Red, BookBook brings three levels of security to your prized Mac. First, the hardback cover and spine provide solid protection from the rigors of the road. Second, the vintage book design disguises MacBook for superior security. And third, the stylish case protects you from being like everyone else because BookBook is totally original, just like you.”

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Jacek Yerka

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Jacek Yerka has won international awards for his art, and has had exhibitions in Warsaw, Dusseldorf, Los Angeles, Paris and London. He works and resides, with his family, in a rural enclave of his native Poland.

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Luke Jerram

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Glass Microbiology by Luke Jerram. “He’s multidisciplinary practice involves the creation of sculptures, installations, live arts projects and gifts. Since his professional career as an artist began in 1997 Luke has created a number of extraordinary art projects which excite and inspire people around him.”

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