All posts by Tessa Hulls

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The Amorphous Lines Of Justine Ashbee

It’s hard to believe that these aren’t computer generated, but Seattle’s Justine Ashbee creates these detailed, morphing compositions using nothing but paint pens. Part topographic map and part biological form, Justine cites zen calligraphy and wave forms among her influences.
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Creepy Abandoned Themepark

There’s something inherently jarring about themeparks in the best of circumstances. They are carefully curated miniature worlds where the highest measure of success is to create something so artificial that at first glance it almost seems effortless. Themeparks become exponentially more unsettling– and more interesting– when the meticulous landscaping and false cheeriness is dropped and...Read...
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Bodies in Urban Spaces

A group of Manhattan dancers led by choreographer Willi Dorner took to the streets of Manhattan to call attention to the overlooked grace of the nooks and crannies of urban environments. Check out his website for further images from his Bodies in Urban Spaces series!
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Emily Glaubinger‘s Noodley Faces

I’ve always had a real soft spot for 1970’s illustration because everything looks as though it’s drawn with noodles. Yay for gratuitious wiggly lines everywhere! I love noodles, both as a drawing style and as a tasty snack. Mmm… Now I want noodles. Ok but anyways, I promise I am going somewhere with this– Emily...Read...
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