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Futuristic Earth300 Exploration Vessel for Scientists, Experts, Students or Private Citizens

Illustrations by muju

Illustrations by muju

crossconnectmag: Honolulu-born Ekundayo merges his formal...

crossconnectmag : Honolulu-born Ekundayo   merges his formal education in art history with his love of graffiti and street art to create unique works in multiple media, including acrylic, gouache, watercolor, ink and various carving techniques. He’s painted many murals in his dual homes of Hawaii and Los Angeles, as well as in many other locations around the world, always attempting to further his positive message through his motto: “Sorrow becomes joy.”   Follow him on @ tumblr . Via  RVA Magazine  where you can read an interview with the artist. :-) Please take a moment and “like” us on  Facebook

nonconcept: Oak Pass House, Beverly Hills, California by Walker...

nonconcept : Oak Pass House, Beverly Hills, California by Walker Workshop . (Photography: Joe Fletcher )

Some more Extraordinary Collage from Lola DupreCollage artist...

Some more Extraordinary Collage from Lola Dupre Collage artist and illustrator Lola Dupre . Clients include, Penguin Books, TIME Magazine, Nike, New Republic, New York Magazine, MAXIM Magazine, Die Welt & New Statesman. Behance loladupre.com , Ello , Twitter , Facebook loladupre@gmail(dot)com For more Unique Art follow us on Instagram || Twitter || Facebook Selected by Andrew

Laurent Rosset is an Italian architect by profession;...

Laurent Rosset  is an Italian architect by profession; photographer and digital manipulator by passion and hobby. His works are similar to those out of a dream, combining the real and tangible aspects of daily life and geography with the abstract and bizarre contributions from a surreal fantasy where nothing makes sense and everything is understood. Amazing work! Follow Cross Connect Mag on Instagram

Sculptural Exploration by Seth Clark Seth Clark is a...

Sculptural Exploration by Seth Clark Seth Clark  is a Pittsburgh-based artist and designer. Abandoned and collapsing architecture has served as a central focus of his work for over four years. He earned his BFA in Graphic Design in 2008 from the Rhode Island School of Design and has since been awarded two Design Excellence Awards from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, Pittsburgh. His drawings and paintings have shown nationally, most recently earning him Best in Show at the Three Rivers Arts Festival in Pittsburgh and publication in New American Paintings. Clark is a 2012 Fellow of Pittsburgh Filmmakers’ career development program, Flight School. Follow him on Facebook . Like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by Margaret