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Bacon Soap

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It looks like bacon and it smells like bacon, but it tastes nothing like bacon and is quite cleansing! Who doesn’t love BACON?!! Even your dogs will be delighted to get a bath in this realistic-smelling meaty slab o’ soap (the slice marks are just imprints… it’s one solid bar)! Buy here.

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Monty Guy

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Monty Guy is an artist living and working in San Francisco, California. Mediums include acrylic, spray paint, and wood stain.

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Bradley Platz

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” There is a stillness and a heaviness that I enjoy in classical works and it is with homage to this, and with respect, that I let the past inform the modern. My work is influenced by the progression of time and the intricate language of symbols both personal and universal. To me, paintings are reliquaries for ideas and history is always involved.” – Bradley Platz

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David Levinthal

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David Levinthal <-- Born in San Francisco, CA, 1949; Lives and works in New York, NY; Education: S.M. Management Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1981; M.F.A. Photography, Yale University, 1973; A.B. Studio Art, Stanford University, 1970

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Halloween Skull Pancake Molds

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Scare up a bewitching Halloween breakfast, starring spooky skull-shaped pancakes! Just place the nonstick molds with their handles up on a preheated griddle, then pour in your batter. After the first side of each pancake has cooked, remove the molds and flip the pancakes. Link here.

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Amanda Elizabeth Joseph

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Check out Amanda Elizabeth Joseph‘s site for a whole slew of mind-blowing updates. Worth a look.

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Christian Chaize

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Christian Chaize, a self-taught artist, lives and works in Lyon, France. In 1992, he was awarded the Prix European Panorama de Kodak for Young European Photographer in Arles, France. In addition to his artistic achievements, he enjoys a successful career as a commercial photographer.

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Jeremy Nichols

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Jeremy Nichols holds a B.F.A. in printmaking from The Ohio State University. His interest in graffiti and skateboarding brought him into the art world. Originally born in Tokyo, Japan, the artist now resides in Portland, Oregon where he is a freelance artist/designer. In his most current works, he is trying to experiment with the human figure and the natural/unnatural cycle of life/evolution. Through layering and blending various human appendages, he further abstracts the figure until he is able to build an organic formation(s)/composition. Such formations attempt to depict dark heavily polluted environments that could have been caused or created directly and indirectly by human interaction. By distorting the human figure until they are unidentifiable, he is trying to present the viewer with the idea that even the smallest human interaction or daily activity can cause various unrecognizable or unnoticeable effects all around us.

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Tae Querney

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It’s the work of Tae Querney. If you haven’t already, check out her work.

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Jim Hodges

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Jim Hodges (born 1957) is a New York-based installation artist. Hodges was born in Spokane, Washington. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Fort Wright College in 1980 and his Master of Fine Arts degree from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY in 1986. Jim Hodges is represented by Stephen Friedman Gallery, London, Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Anthony Meier Fine Arts, San Francisco.

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