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Wednesday, July 19th 2017

Gold Leaf Prints of the Human Brain by Greg Dunn

American artist/neuroscientist Greg Dunn and Dr Brian Edwards bring new perspective to the mind in "Self Reflected" - a series of ambitious gold leaf prints of the human brain itself. The work bridges the connection between the macroscopic brain and the behavior of neurons through a revolutionary...


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Friday, July 14th 2017

The Hyperrealism Portraits of Arinze Stanley

Nigerian artist Arinze Stanely attains astonishing levels of detail and precision in these graphite portraits, each one a feat of hyperrealism. Fully self-taught, Arinze has cultivated his skill through what he calles the Three P's - Patience, Practice and Persistence. These works are a testament...


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Thursday, July 13th 2017

The Interactive Art of Tezi Gabunia

They say that art imitates life, but Tblisi artist Tezi Gabunia erases the line between both with this unique collection of paintings and installations. What makes his work stand out is the perpetual invitation for audience participation. In a sense, none of these pieces are truly complete...


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Wednesday, July 12th 2017

The Curious Worlds of Antanas Gudonis

Finnish artist Antanas Gudonis delivers a healthy dose of creativity and fun in these highly whimsical digital illustrations. The protagonists of these vignettes are often rotund and iconic creatures exploring realms of surreal beauty which are rendered in otherwordly hues and a cinematic use of...


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Tuesday, July 11th 2017

The Colossal Installations of Amanda Parer

Australian artist Amanda Parer develops colossal installations that invade public spaces in the most whimsical fashion. The simplified, yet gargantuan forms of animals and humans are introduced to urban environments, inviting as much scrutiny as speculation from pedestrians and onlookers. The...


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Monday, July 10th 2017

The Illustrated Wastelands of Paul White

California artist Paul White illustrates the decay of the industrial age in these impeccably executed color pencil drawings.  Among his favorite subjects are abandoned cars - with junkyards providing the bulk of his inspiration. While visions of scrap heaps might not exactly strike the...


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Friday, June 30th 2017

Incredible Newspaper Sculptures by Hitotsuyama Studio

Japanese artist Chie Hitotsuyama makes a stunning case for recycling with massive, life-like sculptures of animals. The upcycled fauna are created using a unique process, which involves rolling and twisting wet pieces of newspaper together into cohesive and anatomically correct forms of rhinos,...


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Thursday, June 29th 2017

The Shard Sculptures of Zemer Peled

Sculptor and installation artist Zemer Peled manifests nature through unconventional means in these unique and mesmerizing sculptures. Each one is comprised of a thousand shards, organized into a seemingly living configuration as Zemer emulates the fractal patterns and raw aesthetics of nature...


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Monday, June 19th 2017

The Recycled Sculptures of Aurora Robson

Multimedia artist and ecological activist Aurora Robson makes a compelling case for the environment in these ambitious sculptures and installations. In what she has dubbed an "intervention of the waste stream", the Toronto native transforms discarded items into surreal and abstract pieces...


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