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Even though most of us are not art experts, we do occasionally enjoy reading about creative things happening in the world (that’s why you’re visiting this site, right?).  And no matter what, we can all agree on one thing – art surrounds us wherever we go, we just need to take a closer look. This list …

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Daniel Carlmatz is a Stockholm based graphic designer and in 2017 he did a wordplay challenge, his goal was to create typographic logos inspired by commonly used words. Daniel’s work radiates simplicity and proves that design can be inspired by such little things as a letter or an ordinary shape. From a latter ‘j’ in a word ‘jazz’ …

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Not every one of us is a clean freak who enjoys scrubbing every single spot we can find. But if you leave something behind for a long time it can get really dirty and there’s nothing more satisfying than perfectly cleaning a dirty surface. This list compiled by Bored Panda shows you before-and-after examples of wiping …

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Famed Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama (previously) is known for her color explosions, light matrices, and proclivity towards covering many of her works in a dazzling layer of dots. In one of her most interactive installations, the artist hands her interest in dot making over to the visitor. The Obliteration Room invites guests to “obliterate” a domestic interior by placing colorful …

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Poet and textile artist Miranda van Dijk prints found images onto delicate faux floral arrangements made from canvas, cotton, or voile. The vintage images are transferred onto the textile plants using a digital printing technique, and are either hidden in the curve of a petal or are displayed prominently on one of the plant’s leaves. These works …

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Artist Dylan Martinez combines several glassblowing and sculpting techniques to form hyperrealistic plastic bags from molten glass. Through these works, Martinez creates scenarios that obscure the viewer’s interpretation of reality and illusion. His curiosity in this subject matter is sparked by the fact that he was born red-green colorblind. This has presented Martinez an alternative way of seeing, …

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Artist Hope Gangloff captures the personalities of her friends and family in brightly colored large-scale portraits. Gangloff’s acrylic and collage paintings show her subjects in intimate settings—often domestic interiors—in poses of relaxation or quiet focus. The artist’s strong but gestural lines create defined shapes that are filled with repetitive marks and bright patterns. Gangloff gives equal textural …

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Allan Rubin‘s aptly named series CANON presents a range of famous artists throughout history, all rendered from an amalgamation of tin cans. The works are each painted in the style of the artist’s self-portrait, such as a Post-Impressionist Vincent Van Gogh or Neoclassical Angelica Kauffmann. The body of work grew out of the painter’s desire to work on a smaller …

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The scenographic elements in the illustrations by Roberta Palazzolo are few and essential . Open spaces, almost infinite, that highlight the true protagonists of the scene: nature and the human figure , often embodied by the image of a child who, thanks to her innocence, manages to empathize with the wildest creatures. A warning but also a hope for our future, which must …

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Slight and fun as a breath of spring breeze, Gloria Pozzi  is the author of our last  header . Despite being a relatively new name in the landscape of illustration, he knows how to move with enviable ease. His drawings speak of the joy of living , the ancestral call of the sea of ​​Rimini, his city, through a game of references to …

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