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Kaspian Shore’s work is my latest favorite discovery. I browsed through all of his amazing portfolio and blog as I was amazed by the subtle sentiments reflected in his creations. Delicate and detailed portraits of dreamy characters that invite you to look deeper and enter their creative fantasy world.

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Youth Illustrated by Magdalena Pankiewicz

5/28/2011

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Receiving an email from Magdalena Pankiewicz proved to be a quite refreshing surprise! Mostly inspired by the field of fashion, Magdalena mixes her drawing skills with Photoshop and creates fresh and minimal illustrations.

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Art of Innovation by Geliografic Studio

5/9/2011

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Still life? Merely. These inspiring digital illustrations are intelligently composed by using conflicting items, portraying oxymoron images that trigger your eye and imagination. An innovative approach that mixes different concepts, styles, eras.

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Typographic Portraits by Juan Osborne

4/10/2011

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In the case of Juan Osborne’s artwork, the famous saying “A picture is worth a thousand words” is visualized through his illustrations!

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Seductive artwork by Phresha

3/14/2011

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I’m always delighted when I receive emails from artists who want to introduce me to their work. But Phresha’s vibrant paintings are a true eye candy I had to share. Fresh, bold, seductive, her female characters seem to draw you in with their dark – sometimes surreal charm.

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Surreal Sculptures by Kate MacDowell

2/27/2011

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I was deeply drawn in when I first set my eyes on Kate MacDowell’s phenomenal work! So surreal and fresh, delicate yet dark – natural yet distorted. The detail in her creations is simply amazing and the symbolic visual language used very powerful!

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Kinetic Sculptures by Andrew Smith

2/16/2011

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I was thrilled when I received an email from Andrew Smith introducing me to his mind blowing artwork! Old and abandoned items such as gears, wires, springs, junk yard scraps and all sort of mechanical parts & equipment are ritually collected by the artist and used to assemble imaginative and captivating kinetic sculptures.

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Paper Creatures

1/29/2011

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Anna-Wili Highfield is undoubtedly entering the top list of my favorite artists. Her paper creatures are like poems, they’re so visually attractive, you can definitely feel the magic!

Anna is based in Sydney and makes animal sculptures from paper and copper pipe. Her figures require both her artistic vision and a definitely challenging procedure in means of craft and technique.

A portfolio I strongly suggest you check out!

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Nature Boy

1/15/2011

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Here is this month’s favorite artist : Walton Ford

Also known as ‘Nature Boy’, Ford is an artist that stands out from today’s tendencies in art. No extreme means, no hidden concepts, no shocking themes –well, at least not with a first glance. Take a note of this:

Blending depictions of natural history with political commentary, Ford’s meticulous paintings satirize the history of colonialism and the continuing impact of slavery and other forms of political oppression on today’s social and environmental landscape. Each painting is as much a tutorial in flora and fauna as it is as a scathing indictment of the wrongs committed by nineteenth-century industrialists or, locating the work in the present, contemporary American consumer society.”

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