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J.Moore

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J.Moore painted different views of the Great Dagon Pagoda at Rangoon.

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Josh Holland

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Colorado-based Josh Holland is a versatile illustrator and designer. His work reminds me of the anime and comic books I used to watch and read back in the early 90′s. Check out his blog full of his whimsical sketches.

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Edward Kinsella

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Edward Kinsella is a Chicago-based illustrator and a Ringling School of Art and Design graduate in 2006. Have a look at his blog for his beautiful sketches and works in progress.

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Alessandro Mendini

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Loooove these ceramic proust chair designed by Alessandro Mendini for SUPEREGO editions. Click here for the link.

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U Lu Tin

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U Lu Tin was born in 1930 in Monywa, a small northwestern town of Burma. His father was a mason and U Lu Tin the only son amongst six siblings. U Lu Tin opened a gallery in Monywa in 1991 called “Vision House” where he still paints today. U Lu Tin is presently the most revered and respected watercolorist of upper Burma. (Continue…)

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Daniel Conway

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Young UK-based digital painter Daniel Conway is a recent graduate of Dundee University in Scotland. A lot of his artwork features various elements, like water and fire, to complete the stunning look of his paintings.

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Aung Kyaw Htet

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Aung Kyaw Htet was born in Myaungmya, Burma in 1965. He studied at the Yangon (Rangoon) School of Fine Arts after working on a riverboat for years in order to save enough money for his art education. Aung Kyaw Htet is a devout Buddhist and often paints scenes involving religious life in Burma, as well as paintings of general life that possess a strong sense of harmony and balance. More here.

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Viral Studio

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Viral Studio is being run by Varial, a French and Canadian visual artist collaborating with major advertising agencies and directors – represented in New York and Montreal by 2M2. Im in love with his portraits!

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Titi Freak

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Hamilton Yokota (aka Titi Freak) was born in 1974 in São Paulo, Brazil. Drawing influence from his Japanese heritage as well as his Brazilian upbringing, Titi Freak’s diverse mixture of cultural backgrounds combine to form a very distinct perspective, and unique creative voice.’ Link

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Sarah Kaufmann

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Sarah Kaufmann The Cheese Lady is a nationally recognized cheese sculptor. Why cheese? “If you were born and raised in Wisconsin, surrounded by dairy cows, cheese factories and people who wear orange triangle hats as high fashion, you might think it would just seem natural Sarah received a degree in Commercial Art in Madison, WI and worked for the Wisconsin dairy industry for 16 years. That’s where her natural-born Cheddar Head talents were honed and perfected. As Creative Director for the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board she worked on national advertising and public relations promotions for the Wisconsin dairy industry. There, her interest in cheese carving was encouraged and her first sculptures were used in trade and consumer promotions. Sarah helped develop a cheese carving training program. ” (Continue reading…)

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