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Catyou In A Circle – Modern Cat Furniture for Small Spaces

Mononoke Hime by JonnyCupCake

Mononoke Hime by JonnyCupCake

“Painting, for me, is a social interaction, and a...

“Painting, for me, is a social interaction, and a collaboration”- Hope Gangloff Hope Gangloff born 1974 in Amityville, NY is known for creating vibrant and truthful portraits of her friends as a way to share her view of modern American life. By capturing this generation of young adults in her illustrations and paintings, she documents this era’s struggle during these tumultuous economic times. Discover more of these gems on our Facebook . posted by Margaret

Illustrations by Stella Im Hultberg website l tumblr

Illustrations by Stella Im Hultberg website l tumblr

Light Art by ZOLAQ Behind ZOLAQ there are two minds - Olaf...

Light Art by ZOLAQ Behind ZOLAQ there are two minds - Olaf & Zhenya , an artist duo from Hamburg/Germany. The duo works with light in a different way. They create unique scenarios and write whole stories with it. Sink into the world of light art and let yourself get carried away into a different dimension.  Together we create light art works using only a camera and different light tools. Every picture is taken within one single exposure without the use of photoshop afterwards. Enjoy past photography features and follow us on Facebook !  posted by Margaret

Paintings by Melisa FormanMelisa Forman has been drawing and...

Paintings by Melisa Forman Melisa Forman  has been drawing and painting since she was fourteen. She attended the Columbus College of Art and Design graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2002. By day she illustrates for commercial purposes, but by night she paints for pleasure. Her nocturnal work has been exhibited nationwide. Forman describes her process as a careful calibration of colors and elements with which to signal a particular sentiment or mood. She currently resides in Cleveland, Ohio. via You need the art in order to love the life. We guarantee you that! posted by Margaret

nonconcept: “Vorstadt 14” by Studio Soius.(Photography: Bruno...

nonconcept : “Vorstadt 14” by Studio Soius .(Photography: Bruno Helbling )

The Creatively Coded Designs of Patrik HübnerPatrik Hübner is a...

The Creatively Coded Designs of Patrik Hübner Patrik Hübner is a 32 year old full-time creative director from Paderborn, Germany. For the past 15 years, he has had the privilege of working on thousands of creative projects. It wasn’t until the end of 2014 – after some rather unpleasant changes in his personal life - that he found generative art and Processing. He started coding at around age 12. When he discovered visual generative algorithms and Processing, his prior knowledge became quite handy as he could almost instantly start exploring the numerous playgrounds of this new way of coding for him had to offer. He has explored dozens of possible areas of use for this and has been constantly working on projects for both the pure joy of learning as well as public and commercial applications. The animated GIF part of his exploration was born in the summer of 2015 when he spent a week with two friends in a wooden block house with no internet connections or other outs

Installation art by Cornelia Parker Cornelia Parker born 1956,...

Installation art by Cornelia Parker Cornelia Parker born 1956, is an London-based sculptor and installation artist. She undertook her BFA at Wolverhampton Polytechnic and her MFA at Reading University. Parker’s work is regarded internationally for its complex, darkly humorous, ironic style.  Her work is highly allusive and patterned with cultural references to cartoons, a style which she adapts to her need to capture things in the moment before they slip away and are lost beyond human perception. When examining her work holistically one can see the following themes driving her work forward consumerism, globalization, and the role of the mass media in contemporary life.  Cornelia Parker was nominated for the Turner Prize in 1997 and featured in the 8th International Sharjah Biennial in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates in 2007. via Connect to more passionate artwork on our Facebook page posted by Margaret