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KnittaPlease! Be Raised In Craftivity!

Most of us have probably been to craft fairs. They’re usually the same ol same ol rehashing of vendor after vendor setting up on fold out table after fold out table. Raised in Craftivity, curated by Maria Buszek, features crafty art that is less practical and more exciting. Whether it be embroidery, woodworking, beadwork, ceramics,...Read...
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Jeff Koons‘ Giant Balloon Animals

Jeff Koons is a man with a plan. Twenty days ago, a modern art exhibit at Versailles ended, and on display there was a giant glass balloon animal, as shown above. We’ll come back to more about Jeff Koons later on, but for now, people in Berlin can be lucky enough to catch his work...Read...
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Fiber Optic Wallpaper By Camilla Diedrich? What’s Next?

Camilla Diedrich is a Swedish designer who does all sorts of installation and textiles works, including some pieces for IKEA (what any good Swede should do)! Wallpapers, in their current common incarnations, haven’t quite lived up to their previous glories during the Renaissance and Victorian eras, but Diedrich’s newest “Nature Ray Charles Wallpaper” is bringing...Read...
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Ericailcane‘s Animals Say, “Man Is The Bastard.”

What would animals do if our positions were reversed? Some might adore us, but others might do what strong>Ericailcane has portrayed in these drawings, which fall somewhere between visions of doom and illustrations belonging in children’s fairytale books. Now until January 28th at the Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, “Man Is The...Read...
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Tatyana Fazlalizadeh Reveals Her New Obama Illustration

Tomorrow is Inauguration Day, and Obama artists are continuing their support through visual means. Above is artist Tatyana Fazlalizadeh‘s tastefully done rendition of Obama, which will be showcased in Washington DC for the ManifestHope:DC art exhibition. It is entitled “Colors of One.” See the flyer below for more information. www.tlynnfaz.com www.manifesthope.com
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Yulia Brodskaya Makes PAPERgraphics!

By now, it’s hard to create completely original art that hasn’t been seen by just about everyone and their mom’s, but Yulia Brodskaya manages to. Brodskaya, a Russian-born artist who currently lives in London, does all sorts of art, from illustration to graphic design. But what really stands out are her highly stylized 3-dimensional paperscapes,...Read...
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