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Art We Love.

Walls, we’ve all got them. Now, it’s the New Year and there’s no better time to start decorating – or re-decorating – those blank barriers.

ArtWeLove is an innovative, curated online art store with a selective catalogue of exclusive limited edition artworks. They work directly with top contemporary artists such as Tomoo Gokita (seen above, Night and Day for $75), Francesca GabbianiShelter Serra, and Molly Dilworth to produce thought provoking, hand picked archival pigment prints and Digital C-prints.  Each piece comes immaculately packed for your artwork’s protection plus every work is numbered, embossed, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.

You can rest assured each ArtWeLove edition will enrich your walls, spar rousing conversations, and elicit pride within your collection – maybe, even, some envy among friends. Not to mention, their prints come in standard sizes, making it easy for you to add your personal touch when choosing the perfect frame to complete your interior makeover.  All of this, and we’re certain you won’t tap into your holiday bonus because ArtWeLove editions start at $15 and go up to $2,000, a bargain given the museum-quality of the prints and the caliber of artist.

To further inspire Beautiful/Decay readers to jump-start their New Year’s art collection, ArtWeLove offers an exclusive $5 off your first purchase when you sign up to their FIRST VIEW email. To join, simply go to ArtWeLove.com and follow the next steps.

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Book: 5 Sneak Peek & Giveaway!

Ladies and Gentlemen! The latest issue of Beautiful/Decay is upon us! Sent to the printers last week, there will be only 1500 copies produced (all of which are ad-free) and only subscribers will receive their copy before anyone else does. You also save 33% by subscribing versus going to the newsstand (plus you don’t have to go past your mailbox to get it!). Subscribe today and secure your newest addition to the Beautiful/Decay series.

To get you ready for the release of Book 5 dust off your tablets and fire up your copy of Photoshop because today we begin the contest to give away a free copy of Beautiful/Decay Book: 5 to the fastest gun in the wild west. Each Tuesday for the next 4 weeks we are going to be releasing a new piece of Beautiful/Decay cover to get you guys ready for the upcoming issue. The rules are simple: Be the first person to piece together the cover of the Book:5 and email the completed image to [email protected], and your speed of hand will be rewarded with a free copy of the book you just solved. So wrangle up your magic lassos and get busy winning!

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Dan Baeza

Dark, deconstructed self-portraits by photographer Dan Baeza.

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Markus Hofko Is Full Of Surprises

Designer Markus Hofkos’s work is exceptionally clever and wonderfully surprising. Check out his new website!

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Head Bobbin’ Kitty

I’m into any video where there is a cute kitty bobbing it’s head to a beat while going through a supersonic time warp courtesy of Slugabed. Check out the full music video for their video Quantam Leap release after the jump.

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Lucas Mongiello’s Childhood Relics

French artist Lucas Mongiello invokes feelings of nostalgia with his 20/20. Are these simply childhood artifacts or a way to group and investigate yesteryears cultural relics that have shaped our generations thinking about  pop culture ?

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Jesse Hazelip’s Sentimental Journey

Graffiti artist Jesse Hazelip tackles major social issues in his work.  Here are some of his pieces from the exhibition Sentimental Journey in which he reflects on WWII and our occupation in North America.  For those who are curious, the name Sentimental Journey comes from an actual bomber plane.

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Jansson Stegner’s Long Stretch

Jansson Stegner’s work could easily have turned into your typical figurative work but the strange elongation of the figures gives the work a bizarre psychological twist. It’s kind of a mix between Balthus and John Currin.

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