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El mas Santo

El mas Santo was a project by a young art student from Poland. The idea is to juxtapose the world of Mexican wrestlers with the grey and sad reality of Polish streets. If you happen to spot these little Luchadores figures be sure to take a photo and send it to the El mas Santo project and pass it on.

Aerick Eisenstein

Good things happening over at Aerick Eisenstein’s online portfolio. Don’t know much about him but his work is amazing.

Treatzone

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Found these lovely vintage frames and photographs from Treatzone, a place being run by Matthew and Sandy Lynn Davis for curators and collectors of good stuff of all sorts. Have a look.

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Jessie Douglas

Nice illustration work from Jessie Douglas from Plymouth, UK. Have a look.

Daniel Dociu

Daniel Dociu was raised in Cluj, the capital of Transylvania in Romania. After studying art and architecture, he got his Masters in Industrial Design from the Academy of Fine Arts in Cluj. He moved to the USA in 1990 after spending two years in Athens, Greece, and he has lived in the Seattle area since 1991. After working as a toy designer for two years, Dociu wisely jumped ship to interactive entertainment. “I’ve been working as an Art Director in the games industry ever since,” says Dociu, “for companies like Squaresoft, Electronic Arts (twice!), and Zipper Interactive. I have done consulting for Microsoft and freelance work for Wizards of the Coast, Digital Anvil as well as a fair share of small developers who have come and gone.” For the past five years, Daniel Dociu has been with ArenaNet, a fully owned subsidiary of NCSoft, in an art director and lead concept artist role. More recently he’s stepped into the Chief Art Director role for NCsoft, overseeing visual development for all of NCsoft’s North American projects, with particular focus on ArenaNet’s Guild Wars 2.

Craig Skinner

Beautiful packaging from Craig Skinner ‘ McCraw’s was a small Texas-based company with a rich history of quality and simplicity; all of which I set out to reflect when developing their new logo and packaging for their full line of confections. ‘ (via TheDieline)

Alix Malka

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Parisian-born photographer Alix Malka is one of the most sought out photographers by the fashion magazines. His talent shines thru like a freaking’ laser beam, you can’t deny it. “Obsessed by color, Malka’s images are suggestive of taste for rich, exuberant and sophisticated stylism. Certain image will probably speak to you. One of my preferred photographers in the hyperglamourous world of fashion. ”

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Hans Meertens

Some delightfully charming paintings by Hans Meertens for ya! Haha love the piece below. It reminds me of someone I know. Cree-pee. Lol.

Insect Lab

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Insect Lab customizes real insect specimens with antique watch parts and other technological components. From ladybugs to grasshoppers, each is individually hand adorned, and original- a unique celebration of the contradictions and confluences between nature and technology.

Kill Pixie

‘ Developing his craft in the city, this former street artist has made an astounding transition to softer mediums. His delicate line work and masterful use of colour through ink, watercolour and acrylic communicate beautifully through his choice of canvas – mostly paper or resinated hand-made wooden boxes. His pattern work is unorthodox and abstract yet strikes a schizophrenic harmony with his longing and respect for space. Embedded with symbols and life experiences the work is often a suggestion what could have been. He presents a prophecy for an abstracted, urban version of folk art. ‘ Link here.