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Will Murai

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Feast your eyes on Will Murai’s online portfolio. This amazing illustrator has worked for clients such as W/Brasil, LewLara/TBWA, CuboCC, Gringo, AlmapBBDO, Marvel Comics, DC comics, Dynamite Entertainment, Editora Globo, Editora Abril, and many others.

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Petrina Hicks

Hicks gently subverts the pervasive language of photography as it is used in advertising and publicity, creating edgy images that intrigue and disturb. While she primarily works with people, her works transcend the boundaries of portraiture as she finds beauty in perceived imperfections and renders idealized beauty strange. Her images are mostly of adolescents and elegantly capture the ambiguities of youth. Whilst she uses digital interventions, they are almost imperceptible, creating instead a polished hyper-reality. These subtle contrasts within the image play with photography’s dual capacities as both a revealer of truths, and a perpetrator of lies. Hicks’ photography embraces the scope of what it means to be human. (Continue reading…)

Neo Gramophone

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‘ This Neo Gramophone is the image, simplicity and feeling of a traditional gramophone transported in the 21st century. ‘ Concept by Lars Amhoff.

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Sven Ruthner

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Paintings by Sven Ruthner from Germany. Lovely stuff. More here.

Emma Livingston

Tree portraits by Emma Livingston, a London based photographer specializing in nature, urban and abstract photography. Have a look.

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Edgar Mueller

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German street artist Edgar Mueller created this 3D work called Ice Age on a street in Dun Laoghaire, Ireland at Festival of World Culture last year. I just discovered his work today and was easily mesmerized. What a mind trip for a Monday morning!

Claire Sherman

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Claire Sherman is a painter based in Illinois. More on Claire Sherman at www.clairesherman.com

Andy Mangold

Andy Mangold: Insomia ” In order to show the ‘normal’ sleeping portion of the population what it is like having Insomnia, I screen printed this typographic treatment onto pillowcases with glow-in-the-dark ink. The luminescent letter forms keep even the deepest of sleepers awake.

Heidi Taillefer

Check out the work of Montreal-based artist Heidi Taillefer. Very nice yea? More…

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Edith Lebeau

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” The look is the most important thing in my work; it’s the way the character tells the story to the viewer…” Edith paints these women (superheroes, villains, goddesses, nymphs…) and makes them tell their own story through their expression and the emotion they exude. The story is often blurred to encourage the audience to make it their own. ” I like to look at my paintings and not get everything at once. I let the character question me… ” Edith’s works often refers to Greek, Roman and Celtic mythologies, movies and fairytales… Link here.