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Tatiana Gulenkina’s Everywhere To Nowhere

What you’re looking at isn’t an abstract painting or  a layered digital image. It’s a series of brilliant photographs created by Tatiana Gulenkina using long exposures of light on contact paper in the darkroom. The result is a rich image full of texture, layers, and ambiguous mystery that captures the movement of light.

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Beautiful/Decay Book:5 Video Sneak Peak

For those of you who haven’t had a chance to hold a copy of Beautiful/Decay Book: 5 in your hands here’s a short video sneak peak that shows you the wide range of artists and designers we’ve featured. Remember that we have about 150 copies left available for purchase and they will sell out. Watch the full video after the jump!

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Awesome Video Of The Day: The Drug – Röyksopp

 Röyksopp the drug

A trippy, pyschedelic, drug induced ride through a “Tron” like world courtesy of Röyksopp‘s new music video, The Drug. Watch the full video after the jump and step into the mulit-colored world of hallucination!

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Dilly’s Portraits Of Pain

Check out Tom Littleson A.K.A Dilly’s brutally beautiful portraits. They give new meaning to Beautiful/Decay.

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We Have The Best Subscribers!

Yes it’s true. We have so many talented artists that subscribe to B/D. Everyday I get to see new work by amazing artists who not only support B/D but contribute to our little creative community. Want proof? Check out the work of Fionn McCabe. Fionn creates mindblowing layered graphics that will have your eyeballs darting side to side. keep up the good work Fionn and welcome to the Cult Of Decay!

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Florian Kuhlmann’s Everything And The Kitchen Sink

Insanely detailed digital collages by Florian Kuhlmann. Not sure if Florian has seen the work of Simmons&Burke who were featured in issue: W of B/D but there is definitely a dialogue between the works.

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Liz Craft – Book 5 Featured Artist

Fellow Angelino and UCLA Alumn, Liz Craft, really encapsulates what I believe to be the spirit of Los Angeles. Motorcycles, Middle Fingers, Cacti growing amongst discarded tires, and let’s not also forget about those swanky rollerskaters over on Venice boardwalk–all very LA. Her work has multiple reads that oscillate between serious and humor. Liz Craft also happens to be featured in our latest release, Beautiful/Decay Book:5 “Psychonauts”. And like finding parking in LA, Book: 5 is scarce (Less than 200 copies left). Be sure to pick up your copy today and discover 20 full color pages of Liz Craft plus other amazing Psychonauts.

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Miran Kim’s Boy In The Water

Miran Kim has some interesting narrative paintings with a slight surreal bent.

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