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Deadly Friends by Patrick Lee

Deadly Friends by Patrick Lee
Amazing this series of portraits made with graphite entitled “Deadly Friends” by American artist Patrick Lee. » read more

Heads by Jackson “BeHead” Armstrong

Heads by Jackson "BeHead" Armstrong
Jackson Armstrong is a 22 years old motion designer from Texas. He started using Adobe Illustrator a little over a year ago, but in this short time he has been able to totally master it. Here his series of chopped heads, don’t miss the making of videos! » read more

The Parallel Universe of Amy Casey

The Parallel Universe of Amy Casey
When I first saw Amy Casey‘s paintings I recalled the animation movie UP, where the idea of a ‘flying’ house really got my attention. Amy’s work go way beyond the flying house from the movie… she creates a parallel universe, a universe where houses seem really delicate but also show the chaotic... » read more

Threadless’ 10 years book

Threadless' 10 years book
The superfamous tee design community/brand/shop Threadless is just turned 10 years old! Wow! Happy Birthday! We have always been fans of Threadless and returning customers and we were more than pleased to receive a copy of their supercool book in honour of these 10 years. This book is more than... » read more

SurfLand by Joni Sternbach

SurfLand by Joni Sternbach
After the first excitment about digital photography more and more people, professionals and amateurs, discovered or re-discovered their passion for analogic and old processes, just like Joni Sternbach, who uses a medium format camera and 19th century’s techniques, such as wet plate Collodion process ( tintype, ambrotrype, negative) as a... » read more

Banksy signs The Simpsons opening

Banksy signs The Simpsons opening
Check this special The Simpson’s opening “couch gag” by Banksy! This opening title is very critical about the show itself, with a very black humour about how the episodes are made in Korea and also about the whole merchandise around the Simpsons. Probably 20th Century Fox thoughts that the name... » read more

Focus on: Rockin’ Jellybean

Focus on: Rockin' Jellybean
Rockin’ Jellybean is one of my favourite, for sure. He mixes some of my favourite topics like sexy pin-ups, horror, sci-fi, rock ‘n’ roll, americana, pop culture, and all with a background feeling of “Japanese”. Plus: he always appears in public wearing a mexican wrestler’s mask! I love this guy.... » read more

Mark Ward’s old school skate style

Mark Ward's old school skate style
Mark Ward is a London based illustrator/graphic designer. I love his old school skateboard/new wave punk rock style. Mark’s work reminds of those skate designs from the 80s with their fluo colors, monsters, dripping colorful fluids, grotesque characters and all that imagery. » read more

Glenn Arthur

Glenn Arthur
Glenn Arthur is a really good rapresentative of the west coast lowbrow art. In his artworks you can find Audrey Kawasaki’s, Sylvia Ji’s or Brian Viveros’ beautiful girls with a personal touch, but always with that “sex+death” double feeling. » read more

Surrealist Artworks by Pat Perry

Surrealist Artworks by Pat Perry
Pat Perry is an artist / illustrator  from Michigan, United States. His artworks are surreal, and inspiration from where Pat lives, Michigan, camping and the woods. His favorite media is pen&ink, and paint, the only software he uses is Photoshop to manipulate color occasionally. Take a look at some of... » read more
                                   
                       
           

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