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Food Art by Manami Sasaki PDF Print E-mail
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Globally, the lockdown has produced many adaptions to our new reality. One of the best outcomes is Japanese artist Manami Sasaki's now legendary toasty artworks. Her morning tradition became what you see here, beautifully crafted slices of art made on toast. Manami makes use of fruits, vegetables, spreads and other food items to create wonderful food art. Have a look.

 

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Meditative Masks by Gil Bruvel PDF Print E-mail
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Whenever works of art has the opportunity to be reflective of life, it transcends it's resposibility to bring us pleasure and enters the realm of philosophy and the evolution of the human spirit. Being a practitioner of one of India's most ancient form's of meditation, Vipassana, Australian artist Gil Bruvel created these sculptures he calls The Mask Series. Each of the variegated sculptures depicts a face in a meditative state.

 

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Opera - A Public Art Installation PDF Print E-mail
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Italian artist Edoardo Tresoldi has created what he hopes to become a regional landmark in one of Europe's largest public spaces. The permanent public art installation is located in Calabria, Italy. It sits on Reggio Calabria's seafront. Titled "Opera" the large wire-mesh creation is comprised of 48 pillars standing at eight meters in a 2,500 square-meter park. Light and shadows dance throughtout the installation during the day, the pillars are almost completely transparent juxtaposed against the surrounding nature. Take a look.

 

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Nothing To See Photo Series PDF Print E-mail
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A color-centric endeavor in contrast, this creative photographic series is a wonderful play on color and form. Encinitas, California based photographer Tim Tadder and his collaborative team call this "Nothing To See." "NOTHING TO SEE represents our new normal, the cradling comfort of lies and assaults on freedom of speech, civil rights, and one another," as noted on their website.

 

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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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The Robot Next Door PDF Print E-mail
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In a world where appearance means everything and nothing at the same time, photographer Niko delves into the subject matter in this photographic series. Focusing on our new reality which is made up of the real world and the digital world, Niko reminds us that appearances can be misleading. We all play roles and become characters at times whether we know it or not. There is always more to the story. Follow the series here.

 

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Codicis by Riccardo Torri | Milan, Italy PDF Print E-mail
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Codicis is a Latin word that couldn't quite nail down the definition. Translated into English is it 'code' or 'codex'. However the art collective that coordinated their efforts to create this photo series decided to title the collection Codicis. Milan-based film-maker and photographer Riccardo Torri alongside photo retoucher Sara Mancini took the headpieces of  Giuseppe Fata and the outcome is a very poignant collection. What do you think?

 

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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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