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Oil Spill by Fabian Oefner

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Oil and water don’t mix but sure can create magnificent stuff, visually. This is where creativity can lead to making art through unexpected things. Who would think that a small drop of oil or even just water can create art? Swizz artist, Fabian Oefner created some striking visuals out ofContinue Reading

September 5, 2016
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Ten Happy Artworks by Emma Crockatt

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Artist Emma Crockatt likes to keep her work simple yet full of charisma. Her shapes, lines, and materials are not extensive, but the feelings expressed are. Flora, fauna, and charming little people are re-occurring themes. Her inspiration? British folk art and mid-century design. In October, the Bristol-based artist will haveContinue Reading

September 4, 2016
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The Art of Cleon Peterson

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Cleon Peterson‘s art is often described as violent, cruel, disturbing and even offensive for some. What most people don’t seem to get from his work is that it’s not just made up scenes with the intention of portraying a fictional society. Rather, his work is an attempt of bringing theContinue Reading

September 3, 2016
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When Design and Politics Unite, 45 Iconic Pins are Born

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Graphic design is not fully responsible for the choices people make, but there is no denying that design plays a critical subconscious role. From the moment we wake up to the moment we close or eyes, we are influenced by images, logos, typography, and symbols. I’m not just talking about theContinue Reading

September 2, 2016
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‘Mirror’ by Chris Ware & John Kuramoto

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Funny, charming and thought-provoking, ‘Mirror’ is a short animation that explores the consequences of those words or sentences we carelessly throw around. Co-produced by The New Yorker and This American Life, this gem has three stars: the unique artwork and animation created by Chris Ware and John Kuramoto, the hilariousContinue Reading

September 1, 2016
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Howard Finster: A Godsent Folk Artist

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Howard Finster was born in December 1916 in Valley Head, Alabama. Since he was a little child, he had visions that told him that his mission on Earth was to preach God’s word. But it was one specific vision that changed forever the way he preached. A human face appearedContinue Reading

August 31, 2016
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Remembering Juan Gabriel (El Divo de Juarez)

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Se nos fue un grande!!! A great one has left us. Today we are mourning the death of one of the greatest singers and composer of Latino America. At the age of 66 Juan Gabriel left this world due to a heart attack. More than just a great artist, JuanContinue Reading

August 30, 2016
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Pink Portraits by Scott Scheidly

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Is pink the new black? Some may argue it is and this might be true. Throughout the past years, the color pink has become popular and trendy in areas such as fashion, design, and art. Pink is a beautiful color and is associated with the color of universal love ofContinue Reading

August 29, 2016
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The Collage Work of Winston Smith

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Winston Smith is a collage artist who was born May 27, 1952. After spending a couple of years in Italy, he came back to the U.S in the 70’s where he felt there was a need to express the gross conformism he saw inside American society at this time. ToContinue Reading

August 28, 2016
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Vintage National Parks Posters: Happy 100th Birthday!

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Earlier this week, the U.S. National Park Service celebrated 100 years. The National Park Service has been protecting America’s national parks so that millions of people can embrace nature with family, friends, or by themselves. There is no denying the health benefits of spending quality time with nature. In a scientificContinue Reading

August 27, 2016
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A Man’s Best Friend and Muse, 20 Dog Portraits

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Today marks the national holiday that celebrates the beauty of dogs. When I was 8, my mom bought me my first beloved stuffed toy dog, Muffin, which I still sleep with. Little did she know, this would spark my lifelong passionate love affair with dogs. What is this mysterious human fascinationContinue Reading

August 26, 2016
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A Take on Typography in the Streets of Bogotá

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Within the past couple of years, there has been a new style emerging in the world of graffiti throughout the streets of Bogotá, Colombia. This recent innovation has sought to distance itself from the traditional “wildstyle” pieces, typically associated with the hip hop movement. Driven by his love and passionContinue Reading

August 25, 2016
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Hand Lettering by Steph Baxter

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Not everything in the graphic design world has to be digital. When some people hear about graphic design they think it’s all computer things but that’s a no. A lot could be done with your hands, in fact, some designs look better when you add that human touch rather thanContinue Reading

August 24, 2016
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The Ugliest Color

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The quest for the ugliest color began when the Australian government started looking for a way to reduce its number of smokers. They gave the task to Gfk research institute. Gfk asked thousands of smokers which color did they find less appealing with views of using it for a newContinue Reading

August 23, 2016
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The “Black” Series by Alice Wellinger

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It doesn’t take much to pick up a pencil and start drawing. As a matter fact, it is one of the most beautiful things to do; pick up a pencil and make something out of it. The things it can make often surpass reality. Picking up a pencil is easyContinue Reading

August 22, 2016
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Inspiring Doc: The 1st US Woman to Win a Boxing Gold

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“I don’t’ have to change myself for people to accept me,” says Claressa Shields—the first ever American woman to win a boxing gold medal at the Olympic games in London 2012—in a documentary titled “Claressa.” Today at 1:00pm., Claressa will be defending her gold medal against Nouchka Fontijn from theContinue Reading

August 21, 2016
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