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Dennis McNett

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Dennis McNett was born in 1972 and grew up in Virginia Beach, VA. He moved to New York in 2001. He has been carving the hell out of surly block prints for over 17 years. All of his encouragement as a young kid came from his blind grandfather, who told him over and over again that his drawings were good. Later influences came from the raw high-energy graphics pouring out of the 80′s skateboard and punk rock scene. Dennis has been fortunate enough to show work both nationally and internationally, design board graphics for Anti-Hero skateboards, design shoes for Vans, participate in the Deitch Artparade, and do collaborations with Cannonball Press. His work has been featured in The New York Times, Juxtapoz magazine, Thrasher and Complex Magazine. He holds an MFA from Pratt Institute, where he now teaches as a printmaking professor at the graduate and undergraduate level. He wants to live until he dies. Breathing is good. ‘

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Jonathan Puckey

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Jonathan Puckey is a graphic designer based in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Check out more of his works here.

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Markus Hofko

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The installation shown here is by New Zealand-based designer, musician, and artist Markus Hofko (The Rainbowmonkey). ‘ Islands is a series of sculptures showing miniature snapshots of life. Isolated pieces of land, that look like they were wrenched from the earth by some force of nature, are floating through nowhere. All that is left is a random group of living beings who do their best to survive.’

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Harto’s Daily Doodle

Hartos Daily Doodle

Enter Brain Hartley’s (AKA Harto’s) world of daily doodles and you will be greeted by a kaleidoscope of colourful characters. Everyday, a new doodle pops up, along with a complimentary snappy little caption of words. If you have an addictive personality, I recommend that you do not click on this link to view Harto’s daily blog, because come January 1st 2010 you will have to contend with some serious withdrawel symptoms. Harto’s master plan is to post a doodle every single day of this year (and then world domination). ;D

Leah Tinari

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” My work is a celebration of life. I strive to make paintings of my life, the people and the world around me. I want to create a wonderful and vital dialog between people and art, and between art and life. ” – Leah Tinari

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Patricia Piccinini

New works by the talented Patricia Piccinini. Click here and here for more images and info on these installations.

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Stephen Cheetham

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Pictured here are the adorable character designs of illustrator Stephen Cheetham. Have a look at a few more at his portfolio page. Link here.

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Free Stickers

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There’s still some stickers left so keep those requests coming. Woohoo for the weekend!!! We’ll see you back here Monday. Kisssss.

Mixed Numbers Red Clock

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A very unique clock from Karlsson which features a clock face full of mixed up numbers in a red satin finish and polished metal hands makes a great feature on any wall and at 48cm diameter will always be a focal point. Also available in black, silver and white see wall clocks. Love it!

Anthony Lister

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Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you, the one, the only, Anthony Lister.

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