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ELIOT LEE HAZEL> Is Seriously…

… epic. Having just stumbled across the website of Eliot Lee Hazel for the first time ever, all I can think is… why and how is all his work so bloody brilliant?!! With photography that certainly runs the gamut in terms of film quality and overall style, Eliot Lee Hazel has select pieces on his...Read...
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C.S. Neal Gets Sexual In A Poster Kind Of Way.

A fairly new print courtesy of Chris Silas Neal. I guess it’s supposed to be sexual. I mean, this alone maybe isn’t 100% proof, but this, combined with kind of images of pretzels and hot dogs next to mysteriously hairy bush-shaped objects certainly makes one think that. See the whole set on his website, where...Read...
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AJ Fosik‘s Powerful Folk Monsters

What’s not to love about these incredible sculptures by AJ Fosik? Channeling a combination of folk art and Tibetan religious imagery, Fosik creates some very imposing characters out of hand cut and hand varnished plywood. If you happen to be in the bay area (like I am right now! yay!), check out his show at...Read...
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Macrame And Canvas Jewelry By Amira Mednick

Macramé, One of the techniques Portland-based jewelry designer Amira Mednick uses, is believed to have originated from 13th-century Arab weavers. According to Wikipedia, the Spanish word for macramé is derived from the Arabic word migramah (مقرمة), believed to mean believed to mean “striped towel,” “ornamental fringe,” or “embroidered veil.” Enough on the history lessons, though....Read...
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Blog Alert: Synaptic Stimuli

I just recently came across Synaptic Stimuli, a blog with the all-too-appropriate tagline of Transmissions of Consciousness and States of Being. In addition to that, they just generally have very amazing, life-affirming content that makes you appreciate all of the complexities and possibilities of nature and human capability. They also have some of the best...Read...
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Brian J. Hettler Finds The Tradition In Digital Art

Constructed Documentation of Altarpiece (Meant to Adorn Sacrificial Altar during Martyrdom of Google Images) Brian J. Hettler is a digital media artist who attempts to approach his digital works with a fine art mentality. These glitched out images certainly look like digital works, but the similarities lie in the number of layers and how each...Read...
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Olek Crochets Like Mad.

Olek, born Agata Oleksiak, is a Polish artist who has chosen crocheting as her preferred art medium so that she can simultaneously watch movies and make art. This stuff is borderline (or maybe not so borderline) obsessive compulsive; one can only imagine that she is dreaming about crocheting while sleeping and thinking about it practically...Read...
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