Monthly Archives: June 2010

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A.F.Schepperd and Blockhead- “Whoa”

. . . . A.F.Schepperd Blockhead “Music Scene”

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Evan Lee: Impressionistic Photography

. . . . . . Evan Lee Clark and Faria via Canadian Art

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Gehry does it again.

. . . . Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas.   Does this design promote mental health or challenge pre-conceived notions of reality? Frank Gehry via Dezeen

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Bill Peterson- Don’t be afraid to open up.

. . . . . . New York Magazine via Boing-Boing

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Maxime Francout- Picture This

. . . . . . Max Francout via Beautiful/Decay

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Claire Feng- Voyeuristic Contemplation

. . . . . . . . . . . . Claire Feng via Artist a Day

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Valérie Blass – Of a Fashion

. . . . . . Valérie Blass at Parisian Laundry via Ratsdeville

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Chad VanGaalen- Chad’s Basement

. . . Chad VanGaalen is a unique artist spawned of the open plains of the Canadian prairies.   With a musical and visual flurry from the shadows of an introspective consciousness, he brings us creations that are most purely his.   … Continue reading

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Allie Brosh- The Wonder of the Everyday

. . . . Hyperbole and a Half is a wonderful blog comic chronicling the history of a young woman moving through this emotional miasma that we call life.    With charming  autobiographical pictorial representations, a “being there” approach to story … Continue reading

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Urban Contrast

. . . . A representation of human warmth challenges the aggressive territorial tags of this streetscape in Buenos Aires. . Unknown in Buenos Aires via Wooster Collective

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Toba Toba – The Future is Bright

. . . . A vibrant and enticing fantastical world;  Amelia Eguia and Julian Mantel create light boxes and installations that pull us away from grey skies and rough concrete into a bright realm where creatures are magical and the … Continue reading

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Tetsuya Ishida- Resigned to His Fate

. . . . Tetsuya Ishida, a young Japanese painter, exhumed imagery from deep within, merged it with the modern industrial world, and wedded the experience into an exhibition of a solitary sadness.  His surrealistic self-portraiture induces us to pause … Continue reading

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Kevin E. Taylor- Elegant

. . . . . . Kevin E. Taylor

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Marwencol- A War to Remember

. . . . Ten years ago Mark Hogancamp was bludgeoned into a coma outside of a bar by 5  men.   When he awoke, Mark found that he could not walk, eat, or speak, or remember much of anything.  … Continue reading

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