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Romain Laurent

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Today I saw a commercial that reminded me of how much I adore Romain Laurent’s (previously-blogged) photographs. It’s so good it’s worth another look or a first look, if you haven’t seen his work before.

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Crystal Palace

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This is so cool!

‘ Massive beams of selenite dwarf human explorers in Mexico’s Cave of Crystals, deep below the Chihuahuan Desert. Formed over millennia, these crystals are among the largest yet discovered on Earth. ‘ (via National Geographic)

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Lauren Nassef

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Lauren Nassef is a freelance illustrator living in Chicago. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design. Check out her lovely works and her daily drawing blog here.

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Shannon Calvert

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Shannon Calvert’s portfolio site has some excellent photo manipulation work. Great stuff! Have a look. Link here.

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Richard Mullins

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Richard Mullins <-- director of Blah Blah Gallery and a professor at the Art Institute of Dallas. Looks goodness!!

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Todd Schorr

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Todd Schorr was born on January 9, 1954 in New York City and grew up as a child in Oakland, New Jersey. Showing a compulsion for drawing at an early age, his parents enrolled him in Saturday morning art classes when he was five years old. Deeply affected by fantasy movies such as the 1933 film classic “King Kong” and the early animated cartoons of Walt Disney and Max Fleischer, their influence along with comic books such as “Mad” would have a lasting effect on Schorr’s developing visual vocabulary. (Read on..)

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Barbie Foot

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Barbiefoot ‘ designed by Chloe Ruchon was part of the DMY youngsters exhibition at DMY Berlin Design Festival 09. This product was created in partnership with Mattel Brands consumer products and Babyfoot Bonzini. (via Designboom)

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Phil Hale

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Philip Oliver Hale, born in 1963, is an American figurative painter who currently resides in London, England. Prior to turning to fine arts he worked as an illustrator, doing mostly figurative work. He was apprenticed to/ partnered with American painter Rick Berry. (via Wikipedia)

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Boy Obsolete

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Check out the coffee cup art of Boy Obsolete found via the Sweet Station Flickr group pool. I think what hes doing is a cool way to recycle styrofoam cups. Use it for something fun like this and turn it into art! Click here to see more.

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Damian King

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These lovely paintings are the work of Damian King, a freelance illustrator and graphic designer based in Richmond, California. More here.

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