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Dear readers: prepare yourselves for a journey into a bizarre, colorful world of hand-devouring stomachs and dancing, cookie-headed girls.
As a kid I collected miniatures. I would go away with my parents and wherever we traveled there seemed to be a store that sold tiny objects.
Caterina Rossato creates 3D layered landscapes out of old postcards. She seeks to evoke both the familiar and the alien, the specific and the general.
Artist Peregrine Church creates a special brand of street art. Instead of wild colors and sprawling compositions, you can only see his handiwork when the ground is wet.
“Nightmusic” (2014). Acrylics on linen, 140 x 180cm. “Dear Darkness” (2014). Acrylics and graphite on linen, 60 x 70 cm.
I Look Pretty While Doing It Always the Chosen Ones Cavalcade of Victors Eaten by the Rushmore Presidents Darren Holmes is a photographer whose works explore the dichotomy between instinctual, “animal” life, and the rationalizing, “civilized” mind.
Junk artist Rubbish Fairy (Sophie Soni) is constantly hoarding, collecting, cutting, gluing and arranging, yeap you guessed it, rubbish.
Rupert Shrive turns his paintings into sculptures by crumpling, twisting, and sometimes including odd materials to create architecturally evocative works.
An artist from Poland now living in Germany brings drawing into the 21st century the old fashioned way.
In a professional dog show, the canines are supposed to be the stars, and the humans’ presence fall to wayside.
Polish artist Olek not only treats her crochet practice as an art form, but also as a catalyst for social change, or at least political and societal commentary.
Artist Beomsik Won collages images of different architectural works to form one unified structure. The photographs feature a gray wash over the disparate features to increase their sense of cohesion.
For over one hundred years the Faberge egg has been a symbol of wealth, status and beauty. Originally created by Carl Faberge for the Russian Tsars to gift their wives during easter time, its exquisite makeup consisted of the finest jewels, metals and motifs.
Sebastian “Seb” Lester is an English designer and calligrapher whose flawless pen-and-ink drawings of famous logos have recently gotten him some much-deserved attention on social media.
Photographer Cameron Bloom captures the innocence and love in the unlikely friendship between a boy and his bird.
Illustrator, craftswoman, and designer Helen Ahpornsiri has incredibly steady hands considering the scale she works on.
The intensity and electricity in Mickael Jou’s photography can only be matched by his equally immaculate dancing skills.
Lee Bul’s transformative installations pull you into a fractured space of infinite mirrors. The Korean artist, both well versed in illustration as well as installation and sculpture, forms complex, maze-like structures with interiors made of mirrors that reflect in all different directions, creating a disorienting effect.
The year 1968 was a tumultuous time in America’s history, and Washington, D.C. was often in the middle of controversy.
Pages from high fashion magazines are brought back to life as forgotten pieces of crumpled paper in Stefania Fersini’s realistic oil paintings.