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Endangered Tropical Fish By Matt W. Moore

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How to display something so beautiful yet raise awareness on marine life? Well, the artist I’m about to introduce you to today has the answer. Today’s artist of the day is Portland-based designer, Matt W. Moore. Before I get into his recent project regarding marine life let me give youContinue Reading

March 11, 2017
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A Year of Yes: When an O’Keefe Grabs Back

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A Year of Yes: Reimagining Feminism at the Brooklyn Museum began last year, October at the Brooklyn Museum and continues until early 2018. This is a perfect show for Women’s History Month. In this show, the history of feminism and feminist art are celebrated. The works of groundbreaking female artistsContinue Reading

March 10, 2017
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In The Art World, How Much Is Too Much

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In the art world, how much is too much to spend on a painting? Not just any painting, but a painting by one of the most famous and recognizable artists of the 19th and 20th century?? $10 million? 20? 30? What about $59 million dollars for Gustav Klimt’s “Bauerngarten?” LastContinue Reading

March 9, 2017
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State of Exception: A Reminder About Immigrants and Refugees

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In light of the recent immigration and refugee issues in the US and around the world, it’s imperative now more than ever that we do everything we can to protect our friends and neighbors regardless of their ethnicities, background, and citizenship status, from hate and bigotry. I recently came acrossContinue Reading

March 8, 2017
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100 Posters by 100 Artists Over the First 100 Days…

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Throughout history, posters have been the perfect media to express almost any message. From advertising a film, to sell products, events, or ideologies, posters have the power to move and touch masses. Today we present a selection from a collection of 100 posters created by 100 artists over the firstContinue Reading

March 7, 2017
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‘A True Story’ by The Atlantic and Allstate, Six Heartwarming Animations for The Renewal Awards

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Over the last few years, animation has skyrocketed in the creative industry. More and more you’ll stumble upon beautiful visual narratives by cohorts of talented people. A True Story, a project commissioned by The Atlantic and Allstate for The Renewal Awards, is the perfect example of this booming industry. TheContinue Reading

March 6, 2017
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Classic Lego Art Paintings By Stefano Bolcato

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Lego blocks, Lego movies, Lego games, and now Lego paintings! Lego sure knows how to market their brand and it’s no surprise as to why their popularity increases every year. The world’s largest toy company has no limits and has even reached the artistic world, stamping its characters to aContinue Reading

March 5, 2017
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Nike is More Than a Product – It’s an Empowerment Tool

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Nike is generally well-known for their high-quality and trendy athletic gear and apparel. It’s arguably the biggest name in sports, one whose iconic logo – the Nike Swish – is instantly recognized by all. As an athlete myself, I can definitely vouch for their dedication to designing and producing stellarContinue Reading

March 4, 2017
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Doodles of Dinosaurs with Lapin

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I think it’s a goal of every artist or designer to sketch more. It’s like reading if you’re a writer; sketching is the basis for any creative. That’s why when I see someone who can create finished artwork with just a pen, some watercolor, and a sketchbook in under anContinue Reading

March 3, 2017
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Magnificent Grass Portraits by Ackroyd & Harvey

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For over two decades, artists Ackroyd & Harvey have been creating monumental pieces. Their time-based work is created at the intersection of sculpture, photography, ecology, and biology, “often reflecting scientific and environmental concerns and revealing an intrinsic bias towards process and event.” For the towering portraits presented today, the artistsContinue Reading

March 2, 2017
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Burger Records and It’s “Do It Yourself” Branding

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Since 2007 the world of punk and garage rock has been gradually taken over by two guys: Sean Bohrman and Lee Rickard. They met in high school in Anaheim, California, where they were involved in the development of zines and newsletters. Years later they formed a band called Thee MakeoutContinue Reading

March 1, 2017
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Alice Neel’s Love For Harlem

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The noise of birds singing, the jazz and oldies playing down the block, the noise of old folks slamming the dominos in the table, the kids chanting, the neighbors gossiping…Harlem. Talking about Harlem is talking about music, literature, and cultural exchange. In other words, it’s a dialogue that paints aContinue Reading

February 28, 2017
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Thursday, March 2: A Conversation with Edel Rodriguez

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President Donald Trump’s controversial executive order to temporarily ban entry into the United States outraged individuals worldwide, including Edel Rodriguez, a Cuban American artist and illustrator. “I was 9 years old when I came here, so I remember it well, and I remember the feelings and how little kids feelContinue Reading

The A-Z of London According to citizenM by KK Outlet and Animade

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What is your first thought when you visit a new big city? For me, I want to absorb as much knowledge as humanly possibly and immerse myself in the culture. While most natives hate tourists, it’s actually quite exciting to be a tourist yourself. You get to enter a newContinue Reading

February 26, 2017
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The City of Orlando Wants a New Flag

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Uh oh. We all remember what happened when New Zealand held a contest to design a new National flag. They were flooded with entries by amateurs and professionals alike, and in the end, New Zealand voted to keep the original design. Now the city of Orlando is holding an openContinue Reading

February 25, 2017
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3 Reasons Why You Should Watch Abstract: The Art of Design

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Earlier this month, Netflix released one of its most anticipated documentary series to date, Abstract: The Art of Design. In each episode, we take intimate glance into the lives and work of influential creative professionals that we probably didn’t know much about, until now. Scott Dadich, Editor in Chief ofContinue Reading

February 24, 2017
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