Yuta Onoda

Yuta Onoda, originally from Japan, has recently graduated from Bachelor of Applied Arts Illustration at Sheridan College, Canada. He has been shaping his art aesthetic through various forms of media, hoping to find new avenues to express himself.

Qiu Yang

Photos by Chinese-born Amsterdam-based artist/ photographer Qiu Yang. Have a look at her website. There are a some nice things to be found on there.

Teruo Miyahara

Born in Tokyo in 1966, Teruo Miyahara studied concrete engineering at University. After graduation he joined Takenaka Corporation. At 1999 , he established Miyahara Architect Office to pursue an original approach in achieving quality living. He is also teaching at the faculty of engineering of Gunma University from 2002 as a lecturer. Prominent works include several residential projects, many of which have been awarded. House TTN (showcased here) is located at Shibamata, Tokyo Japan. More photos here.

Brandi Deziel

Brandi Deziel is a self-taught photorealism painter living and working in Toronto. She creates the illusion of a photograph by layering crisp images with soft, blurred backgrounds and foregrounds thus shifting the attention to the focal object and deceiving the eye. Her work is included in private collections world-wide.

Cat Playhouse

Folded cardboard toys for cats! Cats love to play in cardboard boxes, and these are just about the most fun cardboard boxes you will find. Hours of entertainment for you kitty and for you. Part of the ever popular cardboard classics series. Buy here.

Rodrigo Cifuentes

Rodrigo Cifuentes <-- Born in Jalisco, Mexico in 1980 Grandson of The Spain Civil War refugees. He grows up with all kind of violent stories which will form his pictorical character. He studied in La Esmeralda ENPEG, Mexico City.


Lee Hanyi

I used to read Archie comics a lot when I was younger. I bet Singapore-based designer Lee Hanyi does too. They’re lots of fun!

Cupcake Porn

Often times, when I’m on my break at work, I look at cupcakes online and then I get hungry of course. The walk to the cafeteria is too far so I’ll just post about it here. Hopefully you guys will read this and get hungry too. Lol. Link here.

Jason Thielke

Jason Thielke’s art focuses on urban landscapes and their inhabitants. A strong emotional connection to the built environment and its inevitable rise and fall provide the foundation for his work. Thielke’s aesthetic encompasses both contemporary and traditional techniques much like modern architecture; his process of drawing, composing, and transferring images mirrors the planning, deconstruction and reconstruction phases of urban gentrification. The architectural style in his work is applied to his interpretation of the human form, which comfortably contrasts hard lines with soft features and mixed emotions. Thielke often parallels this theme with the resurgence of American figurative painting. Thielke earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at the Northern Illinois University School of Art and has held solo exhibitions in Denver, Portland and Seattle. ‘

Yuichi Higashionna

Check out the amazing fluorescent light sculptures of artist Yuichi Higashionna. To learn more, check out the interview here.