Monthly Archives: December 2008

Odos Architects – “Living Minimally”

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Matt Dangler -“A More Fulfilling Life”

“I like to explore realism and surrealism,” Dangler states. “My ideal goal is to somehow turn people to God and meditation… for the simple fact that I know in my heart it will give them a more fulfilling life.” Matt … Continue reading

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François-Xavier Lalanne: “On to bigger and better things”

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JR – “Eyes Wide Open”

JR 28mm: Women PHOTO PHNOM PENH FESTIVAL

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Boxi – “Post apocalyptic grey romanticism”

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Michael Mararian -“Inky Dreadfuls”

M. Mararian’s Inky Dreadfuls

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Nick Cave “Soundsuits”

“Nick Cave…, a black man, describes the suits as protection against prejudice. … Cave creates these wearable sculptures from a wide variety of throw away materials like twigs and bottle caps and garbage ties, making reference to society’s attitude towards … Continue reading

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Alice Hawkins “Beauty and the Beast”

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Put Me on the Hot Seat

Folly: The Radiator Chair

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Jacob Tolmie “Nobody’s Idness But My Own Part 2”

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Allison Schulnik, “Nobody’s Idness But My Own”

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Ugo Rondinone “Big Mind Sky”

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Rune Guneriussen “Taken Out Of Context….”

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Kristine Moran

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