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Dongwook Lee

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Dongwook Lee’s works are suffused with a simultaneously gloomy and lyrical horror. His miniature human figures condense both hyper-reality and surrealistic illusion, creating odd but beautiful cacophonies. Some are displayed as medical curiosities, squeezed into a syringe or cocooned in a bell jar. Here, the human form is scrutinized and dissected under a cold scientific gaze.

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Jason Florio

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Jason Florio (b.1965, England) has been based in New York since 1996. He apprenticed with a number of top NYC fashion photographers, but soon decided that ‘realism’ was his real calling. In 2000 he crossed Taliban controlled Afghanistan and in August 2001 he photographed the Taliban opposition forces; returning to NYC on Sept 5th to be at the foot of the Twin Towers as they collapsed. Since then he has worked all across the Middle East, Africa and South America for publications including The New Yorker, Outside, Men’s Journal and The New York Times. He returns yearly to his ‘other home’, The Gambia where he has been producing large format black and white portraits for the past 12 years, documenting the people who live around a sacred area of land called ‘Makasutu’. He has had a number of solo exhibits in NYC, and his work is in the permanent collection of The Brooklyn Museum of art. ‘ (via Verve Photo)

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Hello Skateboard

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Hello skateboard is a collaboration between California based skateboarder Buddy Carr and New York based graphic designer Antonio Carusone. Buy now.

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Steve Scott

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Steve Scott is a London-based animation director and illustrator. Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful.

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Mac Funamizu

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These are mobile phone concept by Mac Funamizu, an in-house web/graphic/industrial designer working in Tokyo, Japan. Link here.

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Face Hair Styles

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I dare you to try any of these hairstyles. Haha. Check out Damn Cool Pics blogspot for more pictures.

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Amelia Santiago

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Portland-based artist Amelia Santiago creates these adorable needle felted dogs and cats made out of wool fiber. The pieces being showcased here are her favorites. They are made completely out of wool and stand approximately 7″ by 10″. You’ll find much much more on her website so go check it out!

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Robert Gligorov

I’m bringing Milan-based artist Robert Gligorov (previously-blogged) back just cause hes awesome. See more of his work here.

Sweet Station on Flickr

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In case you didn’t know… we are on Flickr so feel free to add us. Link here.

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Roxy Paine

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‘ New York-based artist Roxy Paine makes computer-driven machines that mechanically produce paintings and sculptures; he also creates hand-crafted replications of nature that are startlingly realistic. His work toys with assumptions about nature vs. culture and organic vs. artificial; it often confounds the distinction between the man-made and the natural. ‘ Link 1, Link 2.