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Bobby Neel Adams Halfsies and Wholes

Most of Bobby Neel Adams‘s whole shpiel is taking two seperate images and composing them as if they were one.  Old and young, man and woman, comparing and contrasting two different relationships and how they work together.

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Nadav Kander Photography

Nadav Kander has some really great portrait photography of selected celebrities and political figures.  I especially like his series ” Obama’s People” just because of how awkward government employees tend to be when photographed.

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Awesome Video of the Day: Reloaded by Baskerville

Claymation at its finest can be found in this video by Baskerville. Tagged as “a scientific experiement gone terribly terribly wrong”, It’s so detailed right down to the smoke which is made out of hair! Watch the video after the jump.

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Joseph Turek Loves The Natural History Museum

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Awesome paintings by Joseph Turek, check out his new website and see the wonders of the human form and nature.

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Anders Krisár’s Haunted House

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Anders Krisár is an artist and photographer based in Stockholm, I especially love these gloomy rooms and photographic ghosts.

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Radek Drutis

Radek Drutis has a nice collection of album artwork he’s done along with some illustrations he’s done for various magazines.

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Deitch Home Beautified/Vandalized

I got an anonymous email late last night with the above image. It said “This weekend I found myself at a party at Jeffrey Deitch‘s new home in the hills of Los Angeles. I’m hardly a street artist but I thought it might be nice to add some value to the interior of his “movie star house.”

Who knows if this is actually Jeffrey Deitch‘s house (looks like the bathroom) but I thought it was interesting that he’s getting so much backlash. Who can confirm that this is real?

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Ryan Bradley’s Butterfly Effect


Ryan Bradley’s large, intricately composed pastel paintings of attractive female faces are seductive.  The delicate paintings are “unfixed,” which means the pastel is left loose.  This creates a surface similar to butterfly wings.  If you touched the paintings, some would rub off onto your hands.  I can’t help but think there is some relationship between the fragility of the surface and the portraits’ beauty.  Like the really ripe moment when someone is at the tops of their looks, you know it can’t last, but you can look away either.

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