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Lucas Simões Photographer Interview – Desretratos: Communicating Transience and Character through Deconstructed Portraiture

"In this series of works, I invited intimate friends over to tell me a secret as I took their portrait. However, my intention was not to hear their secret, but to capture the expressions of each one at the moment they revealed their secret. I also asked each one to choose a song for me...
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Pure Bathing Culture – Dream The Dare Music Video (w/ Band & Director Interviews)

In this stop-motion animation music video for Pure Bathing Culture's "Dream The Dare", director Hayley Morris -- along with help from Caleb Wood -- turns what PBC describe as "psychedelic emotional imagery" into psychedelic visual imagery. Full of colors soft and bold, an array of whirling geometric shapes comprise landscapes that are ever-mutating, as a...
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The Last Names – Wilderness Album Cover Review (w/ Band Interview)

Adorable husband and wife duo The Last Names, consisting of Justin Rice of Bishop Allen and his wife Darbie, have now released Wilderness, a 12-track indie pop record that floats through dual-vocaled harmonies with the peacefulness of a ’60s haze. To bring their intimately self-recorded and self-mixed project to life, the couple decided to go...Read...
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Kiel Johnson Made A Cardboard Printing Press

There are quite a few artists out there making very impressive works out of cardboard, but Kiel Johnson’s incredible functional sculptures are hard to top. For his show Publish or Perish at Mark Moore Gallery, Johnson made a fully articulated printing press, accompanied by a working cardboard camera and other equally impressive objects.  
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Elsa Mora’s Layered Papercuts

All papercuts require an obsessive attention to detail, but Elsa Mora’s beautiful pieces are almost three dimensional in their intricacy. Mora manages to create texture and depth in a difficult medium, and the end results are nothing short of stunning.
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