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Valérie Blass – Of a Fashion

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

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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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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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Meredith Dittmar- Faaaantastic!

. . . . . . . . . . . Meredith Dittmar via Juxtapoz

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Chris Beas- A Need for Speed

. . . . . . Chris Beas via Beautiful/Decay

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Heide Fasnacht – Explosive

. . . . . . Heide Fasnacht “Jump Zone”. via Beautiful/Decay

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Willy Verginer “Sculpt and Colour”

. . . . . . . . . . . Willy Verginer via Trendland

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Ugo Rondinone “Big Mind Sky”

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Jesús Moroles – “The stone was pushing me”

“After 25 minutes of working on the stone I stopped because I got so tired. When the dust settled I realized there was a whole circle of about 25 people within 5 feet watching me. It dawned on me then … Continue reading

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Boaz Vaadia – “Success is the capacity to be creative constantly”

“As an artist you work in two parallel lines. The first line is the creative process, and what you do with that creative process, and then the second line is the artistic success; the commercial implications, and who-you-know implications, and … Continue reading

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