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Introducing Photographer Jessica Lehrman

This photographers work came to us via Format Jessica Lehrman is a Brooklyn-based photographer best known for her raw visual documentation of contemporary underground movements. From protests and social revolutions to the belly of hip hop’s underground...
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Street Art Workshops for Older People

This is such a cool idea! by Kate Sierzputowski  of  www.thisiscolossal.com LATA 65 is connecting art between generational divides, matching older citizens of Lisbon with a relatively young form of art—graffiti (“lata” means “can” in...
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When does appropriation go too far?

This came to us via Verge By Lizzie Plaugic Recently, the popular visual artist Richard Prince has been stirring up feelings of agitation and confusion with an art show composed entirely of blown-up photos taken from his Instagram feed. The photos,...
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Well its about time, we were looking for a new way to be a badass. This vehicle is part childhood dream, part Bond gadget and part good ole truckin'. The Humdinga is a rugged high speed Amphitruck, bringing new meaning to ‘off-road.’ Like all High...
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Explosive Splattered Ink Animal Paintings by Hua Tunan

The creatures depicted in Chinese artist Hua Tunan‘s ink paintings seem moments away from escaping the canvas. Each piece seems to pulse with energy, driven by Tunan’s frenetic painting style that borrows from traditional Chinese ink art and Western-style...
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Aqua Boogie: The Art of Hula

The creativity going on in the street art community continues to amaze us at Thaxton. This artist's work has been getting some buzz online and came to us via www.streetartnews.net Get ready boys and girls... Here we go with a stunning and unbelievably...
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The Hyperrealistic Work of Kamalky Laureano

Kamalky Laureano is an artist who hails from Mexico City. He creates amazing realistic images using acrylics and oils. For more information visit his site kamalkylaureano.carbonmade.com  ...
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CASHIN’ IN ON COMICS

This came to us via DesignBoom Icons of economics meet figures from comics for Italian artist Alessandro Rabatti‘s ‘Facebank’ series. By reworking selected parts of the U.S dollar bill, British pound sterling and Yuan/Renminbi banknotes, Rabatti has...