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Fintan Magee is an Australian street artist born in the NSW Town of Lismore and grew up in Brisbane, Queensland. He gained a reputation as a graffiti artist before obtaining a Fine Arts degree and moving to Sydney. Described as “Australia’s Banksy”, Magee’s work is recognised for its lack of a political message, compared to other street artists, and its humour. Follow him on Instagram.
Sometimes the mark of a true creative is their ability to make use of any medium to generate eye-catching artwork. Bernie Mitchell puts his unique brand of creativity to work as he constructs artistic murals out of nothing but drywall. The Canadian contractor currently lives and operates out of Ontario, drawing inspiration for his fantastic drywall creations from the beautiful natural surroundings of his country. Mitchell infuses a love of nature and animals into his work, transforming the walls of his clients into works of art.
For Mitchell, this line of work started off simply enough—he was first a professional drywall finisher before he began to experiment on the raised surfaces, making use of wheat and barley stalks and pieces of leather to fabricate intricate carvings. Today, Mitchell continues to offer his talents as a contractor but also has an unmatched affinity for creating speciality pieces. His preferred subjects are birds, and his subtle carvings bring a certain element of flair to an otherwise dull section of wall.Check out the video, above, to see Mitchell sculpt an elegant scene of a wolf mother and pup. Via MyModernMet
Casey Baugh born 1984 in Chattanooga, Tennessee, is an American figurative portrait artist specializing in oil paint andcharcoal. His work is described as narrative impressionistic realism. He is best known for his application of dramatic and cinematic quality of lighting and attitudes for his figurative paintings and charcoals, along with his instructional DVDs, and his unique methods of teaching in painting workshops both domestically and internationally. Baugh currently resides in Brooklyn, New York and is a member of Arcadia Contemporary via wikipedia.
RAID helmet is a concept protection equipment designed for United Shield International. The brief was to create appealing, exciting design that soldier would want to wear, the design should look forward to the future and put the company ahead of the curve. The helmet should look so cool that even Tom Cruise would wear it in his next movie, well, it’s no small task since this helmet would be worn by Special Ops on their head including night vision goggles, strobe lights, hefty batteries, and compulsory sunglasses.
Showcased at Las Vegas during Shot Show in January 2016, RAID has received many praises, it’s a largest and comprehensive trade show for professionals in law enforcement, firearms, ballistic, and ammunition.
Designer : 3form Design
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Taipei, Tawain based artist Hsiao-Ron Cheng, has a certain calmness and serenity about her personality that is reflected in her digital illustrations. Her earlier work, first featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 24, portrayed wistful, fairytale-like scenes, but more recently, Cheng has shifted her focus to realistically rendered portraits of people in soft, pastel colors. For the past year, Cheng has elaborated on her portraiture by incorporating natural elements and detail in her subject’s expressions and fashion.
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