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Valerie Anne Molnar

You don’t often associate knitting and wall murals together but Valerie Anne Molnar combines them into bold installations full of color and texture.

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Brock Davis’ Playful Food Sculptures

Brock Davis lives and works in Minneapolis. In addition to many art and design projects he has an ongoing series of delightful sculptures made from the food he interacts with on a daily basis. Pieces like Broccoli House, Gummy Bear Skin Rug and Rice Krispyhenge are sure to entice laughter. Davis is one in a long line of creatives who inspire us to see mundane objects as opportunities to playfully manipulate.

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Justine Khamara Hides Faces In Her Fractured Wood Sculptures

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 Wood Sculpture

Australian artist Justine Khamara embeds portraits of people in fractured wood sculptures. By cutting the photographs into pieces and then assembling them either on plywood or weaving them through one another, Khamara changes the experience of the portraits. Taking what is usually one dimensional and making it approachable in a whole new level, Khamara brings a sense of life to the pictures she takes.

“Khamara says she used to cut up photographs and rearrange them into montages that she would rephotograph, ‘but I eventually found the montages to be more interesting as sculptural objects,’ she explains. The act itself, slicing up photos and piecing them back together, has always been something Khamara relished. ‘I loved the butteriness, the physicality of the photographic paper a quality that reveals itself when one slices into the surface of it with a very fine, sharp blade,’ she says.” (Excerpt from Source)

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Van Orton Design Creates Retro Inspired Movie Posters Of Cult Film Classics

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Van Orton Design has recreated cult classic movie posters as vibrant digital works of art. The team is a creative collaboration of twin brothers from Turin, Italy. Using digital illustration tools, the brothers have created stained-glass reminiscent, 1970s retro themed images that are unbelievably elaborate and profoundly structured. Each poster is formulated by using the classic “one point perspective.” This is a a formula used by old masters that organizes an entire image based on a single vanishing point in the center. Every line is aimed to draw attention to the exact middle of the work — perfecting it’s perspective while simultaneously controlling the viewer’s eye. The posters portray a familiar scene from each film. The series ranges from new classics to older cult epics including The Shining, The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou, Pulp Fiction, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Young Frankenstein, Knight Rider, Deep Red, Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, The Legend Of Zelda, Big Trouble in Little China, Brazil, and others of the likes. Their style is simultaneously unique and archetypically vintage. The use of loud color and clever hue pairing scream out for attention without being overbearing or overtly overwhelming. Van Orton Design‘s work hits the mark of what any good movie poster should achieve; they both embody and generate excitement for every single film. The duo have created something truly collectable and and absolutely fun. (via designboom)

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Awesome Video Of The Day- Woodkid

Wow the cinematography, costumes, animals, and effects in Woodkid’s Iron video is epic! Watch the full video after the jump!

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Alex Sandwell Kliszynski Photography

Alex Kliszynski shows us what happens if you play with Barbies when you’re young.

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Jacob Foran

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Jacob Foran‘s latest series, “Headspace” celebrates exploration and fantasy. The diving helmets represent a sort of creative sanctuary just as real armor-like diving helmets protect the wearer from the dangers of underwater pressure, (and sea creatures). Foran returns to the creative fairytale worlds of childhood, this time as an adult, with more mature musings about the “pressure-filled” world we live in.

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Awesome Video of the Day: 1923

1923 (by Max Hattler) from Max Hattler on Vimeo.

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