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ENDO by Chris Bjerre PDF Print E-mail
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A study in human anatomy, motion graphics industry veteran and multidisciplinary artist Chris Bjerre has created a series of images called ENDO. Within the confines of the series, Chris's extensive experience is evident. He has contributed to feature films, title sequences, VR, commercials and more.

 

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For Art's Sake by Omar. Aqil PDF Print E-mail
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Created by Omar. Aqil for 'The Art's Sake' Paris Fashion Week 2019 Exhibition. The artist and designer chose the works of Picasso as inspiration for a series of 3D sculptures.

 

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H A N D S by Mohamed Daoui PDF Print E-mail
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A Personal Project That Explores Minimalism, Composition and Colors. This is his tagline for an endearing artistic venture in 3D abstract rendering. Mohamed Daoui, an Algerian based illustrator, 3D artists and art director wanted to experiment with minimalism and architecture to create sensational compositions, utilizing unique color combinations to convey a very specific, clean message. He managed to accomplish this with his project called "HANDS." Take a look.

 

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Majid Khosroanjom Cartoon Drawings PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Bless Bey   
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Restless doodler, Majid Khosroanjom, is an Iranian cartoonist whose drawings have made him an Instagram sensation. How cool that once a habit occasionally got him in trouble, like the time getting caught drawing on an ATM machine by a security guard, has now awarded him such acclaim. Check out a few of his creations.

 

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Wooden Mosaic Sculptures by Haroshi | Japan PDF Print E-mail
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"Without Skateboarding I Am Nothing." These capitalized words introduce us to self-taught Japanese artist and skateboard enthusiast, Haroshi when visiting his website. "To Haroshi," the sites proclaims proudly, "his art pieces are equal to his skateboards, and that means they are his life itself. They're his communication tool with both himself and the outside world." Recycling discarded skateboards, "His creations are born through styles such as wooden mosaics, dots, and pixels; where each element, cut out in different shapes or kept in their original form, are connected in different styles and shaven into form of the final art piece." Take a look.

 

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Art Installations by Clemens Behr PDF Print E-mail
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Art Installations by Clemens Behr

 

I’ve already talked about how I love the artwork of Clemens Behr, but I just can’t get enough of his oversized installations – they’re like huge 3D paintings. He can completely transform the interior of a building into an optical illusion funhouse.

 

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Ocean Parts Sculptures by Koby Sibony PDF Print E-mail
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Ocean Parts by Koby Sibony

 

Ocean Parts by Israeli designer Koby Sibony, is a series of sculptures created from a combination of plastic pieces collected from the beach and metal wire. I love the playfulness and crafty aspects of these creations – particularly the remote control cars and radio. These bring me back to my youth, when I would collect sticks and stones and other debris and make them into creative playthings (kids, this is what we did before the Internet). And thanks to Koby for helping clean up the shorelines!

 

 

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14 Amazing & Unexpected Urban Art Installations PDF Print E-mail
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All ephemeral, lasting a few weeks or maybe just a few hours, temporary street art installations are a colorful and engaging addition to ever-evolving urban settings. Some are so subtle that only the most observant of urban residents even notice them, like little sculptures of men in puddles; others are impossible to ignore, like 30-foot cardboard statues looming over the street. Some of these sculptural installations are officially commissioned while many more are stealthily assembled, guerrilla-style. Shocking, fun and often interactive, these 14 works bring art to the masses rather than cooping it up in museums.

 

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