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Mathias Schmied

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Mathias Schmied <-- Born in 1976 in Berne, Switzerland. Lives and works in Crest, France; His work has been the subject of numerous gallery exhibitions and was included in MoMa and FRAC Rhone Alpes in France.

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Benjamin Huen

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Cool illustrations from Sheridan animation grad Benjamin Huen of Toronto, Canada. Check out his blog for more.

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Ben and Jerry’s Ad

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Cool looking Ben and Jerry’s Ad by Ogilvy & Mather Asia Pacific Singapore. Check it out here. (via Ads Of The World)

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Gayle Wheatley

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Gayle Wheatley is a professional illustrator, painter, and art director, who specializes in fun, fashionable, and irresistibly glamorous illustrations and vibrant, dream-like, and delightfully textured paintings. Her artwork is heavily influenced by mythology, Asian culture, feminist thought, and her many globe trekking adventures. She has lived abroad in both Italy and Japan, and has traveled extensively throughout Europe and Asia. She currently maintains a studio in Los Angeles. (Continue reading…)

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Terry Richardson

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Terry Richardson is an international celebrity as well as one of the most prolific and compelling photographers of his generation. Known for his uncanny ability to cut to the raw essence of whomever appears before his lens, Mr. Richardson’s vision is at once humorous, tragic, often beautiful, and always provocative. ‘

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Elastic Plastic Sponge

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Elastic Plastic Sponge was created by students from the Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) led by Benjamin Ball, Gaston Nogues and Andrew Lyon of the Ball-Nogues Studio. The Elastic Plastic Sponge is a large scale installation and can be twisted, arched and curled to form different types of space including a lounge, a theater, or a large sculptural Mobius strip. In the desert heat of Indio, the architectural installation will provide a respite from the sun by making shade and mist while at night, each “cell” within the Elastic Plastic Sponge supports a fluorescent tube–the tubes shift in orientation relative to each other to create the effect of sweeping motion. The motion effect is evident from close-up as well as impactful from across the vast festival grounds–an important asset in an environment of throngs of festival-goers and competing spectacles.’

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Gavin Nolan

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Gavin Nolan <– Born in 1977, UK; Lives and works in Berlin, Germany.

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Kenichi Yokono

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Kenichi Yokono <-- 1972 Born in Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan; Studied Art at Kanazawa College of Art; Lives and works in Tokyo.

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Joy Ang

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The work of Canadian artist Joy Ang is absolutely wonderful and I hope to see more of it. Ummm.. Yea huh. Check it out!

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Daniel Williams

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The website of artist Daniel Williams from England has some cartoony illustrations, paintings, and animation on his website. But the toaster pictured here is what particularly caught my eye.

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