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Creepy creatures, spindly figures and quirky narratives compose the illustrations of Bill Carman. See more on Hi-Fructose.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Archan Nair


Dear friends, New artwork “soh:adoe”  Thank you so much!

littlelimpstiff14u2:

Archan Nair

Dear friends, New artwork “soh:adoe”

Thank you so much!

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pixography:

Jose Robalo

pixography:

Jose Robalo

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Jon MacNair opens windows into cryptic worlds with his monochromatic pen-and-ink drawings. His work has a decidedly vintage, if not medieval, feel. The artist renders elaborate depictions of self-created myths and legends, but rather than being grandiose, the tone of his work is self-aware and humorous. Demons and shamans mug for the viewer while performing rituals and spells. Some of his drawings show gratuitous, cartoon violence akin to that of heavy metal album art and skateboard graphics. MacNair has a solo show opening at Portland’s Antler Gallery this Thursday, August 28, titled “Age of Enigmas.” In addition to his own work, the exhibition will feature MacNair’s collaborations with five other artists he admires: Jennifer Parks, Trudy Creen, Mark Burt, Ian Anderson, and Michael Hsiung. 

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

”The Negative One”

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generic-art:

Diego Gravinese - Hot Cakes

Good morning-just had to.

generic-art:

Diego Gravinese - Hot Cakes

Good morning-just had to.

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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Hayden’s brilliant new project- Oswra

(Better known as Zolloc)

Designer / Animator 

: Contact - hayden@zolloc.com

: Austin, TX

: Programs used for .Gifs: - Cinema 4D / Photoshop / Poser

: Available for freelance

Hayden Zezula

Prepare for whoah.

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pixography:

Igor Morski

pixography:

Igor Morski

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cross-connect:

Canadian visual artist and tattooer Kit King does a great line in finely detailed and beautifully rendered black and white drawings. The imagery she creates is rooted in darkness, with symbols of death like skulls reappearing frequently, and the level of realism she achieves is stunning.

artist find at Septagon Studios

                                            :-)

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Fujiko Nakaya gained prominence through her first public fog sculpture in Expo ’70 in Osaka as a member of the art collective Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.). Robert Rauschenberg, one of E.A.T.’s founders, had introduced her to engineer Thomas Mee of Mee Industries, and he and Nakaya created the first fog nozzle made entirely of water. She patented it and fog has been her signature ever since. “Veil” is composed of over 600 nozzles, strategically positioned based on temperature, wind direction, and pressure data downloaded monthly through an on-site weather station and sent to Nakaya in Japan over the course of a year.

Photos by Brandley Tangonan and Casey Stein.

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