_meat media were used on Rutger de Vries’sÂ Part of me seriesÂ (vegetarians abstain)
_we’re digging Chris Vitas’ unexhibited exhibition “Cartographik“
_render the imagination geometric with Matt Lyon’s work
_Tollhouses never looked this good.
_wonderful collage work: The Skizzomat Diary by Marie Louise Emmerman
_we can’t help but smiling while looking at Santiago Uceda‘s fabulous drawings
_repair it? Folks at Dispatchwork do it with Legos.
_Caracha! Luke Gilford’s projects aim to answer really trascendental questions
_we’re probably late to these news but we’re sad to see grafik magazine go.
_really amazing work by Chris von Szombathy
_the pen name is Jim Skull. It’s not hard to fathom why.
_tackling the issue of fragile urban expansion, Thai Chinese artist
_third day of the week and Nicolas Buffe is the moving closer to us.
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_filtering pain out through threads and fabric and what looks like knitted coral reefs
_the glaringly obvious but no less fantastic idea of the week: typography mustaches.
_Julia Guther’s work deserves your close attention
_from Seed magazine: exciting new insight into emotion in the brain.
_Jordan Metcalf finds critters everywhere.
_dreamy rain this Aaron Bagley came up with.
_Leanne Eisen captures gasoline rainbows.
exploring the otherworldliness of childhood with Lissy Elle
_not all bochos were born in Bilbao, some of them are citizens of nowhere.
_John Zimmerman and his travelling lens have a thing for eyes.
_Mind Lab is an amazing tool that lets you “explore the unconscious functions of the brain with visual illusions and mysterious perceptual phenomena.”
_the lovely folks at Replacement Press just moved to Minneappolis
_rain, color and ink. Or Rafael Karcz’s painted photos
_oh John Martz how you torture us with your talent.
_The Stranger Project is the work of photographer Benoit PaillÃ©.
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