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Saira McLaren Is Far Out Maaaannnn…

It’s extremely hard to pull off the old tie dye painting move but Saira Mclaren has managed to do it with these interesting experimental abstractions. If you squint real hard you’ll start seeing figures, buildings, landscapes, and maybe in jesus.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Amsterdam Osdorp


The city district Amsterdam Osdorp recently merged with Slotervaart and Geuzenveld-Slotermeer and was given the name Amsterdam Nieuw-West. This change also meant the end of 20 years of restructuring urbanized areas. Amsterdam Osdorp gives a dynamic overview of the architectural highlights complete with fantastic typography, motion graphic trickery, and audio sound fantasy. Watch the video after the jump.

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Geoffrey Todd Smith @ Luis De Jesus, LA !


This coming Saturday (Jamuary 22nd), Geoffrey Todd Smith opens up Casual X @ Luis De Jesus. Using the letter X as a jump -off point for his newest suite of paintings, Smith serves up a helping of beautifully big-balled geometric abstraction. More jams after the jump…

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John Jerome O’Connor’s Psychedelic Abstractions

John Jerome O’Connor’s playful psychedelic abstractions are not just inventive in markmaking and composition but also use inventive and sometimes bizarre premises/rules to conjure up the imagery .

Here’s a description by John about how the above piece was concieved: “This work is based on cultural differences in interpersonal space – the actual space people create between themselves and another person in casual conversation. Specifically, I used a study from 2004 in the Journal of Social Psychology of Dutch, English, French, Irish, Scottish, Greek, and Italian conceptions of personal space. The study looked at gender, pairs of people, and groups. The literal space was recorded for each group studied, and then averaged. I used these measurements to create the structure and patterns in this work. The length of the lines and sizes of shapes in my drawing correspond to the actual spaces (measured in the study) between people of different cultures. The patterns I made also reference these differences. In the center, I used photographs I took and found of people moving through crowds at parades – their patterns trying to navigate these spaces.”

Check out the rest of John’s work after the jump.

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Marcin Schleifer

Beautiful drawings by Polish artist Marcin Schleifer.

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Jonathan Budenz

Work by graphic designer Jonathan Budenz.

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Niclas Boman

Whimsical illustrations by Niclas Broman.

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Greg Ponchak’s Black And White World

Somber black and white photographs by designer Greg Ponchak.

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