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Shannon Partridge’s Behavioural Enrichment

Shannon Partridge’s Behavioural Enrichment series is a response to the curious worlds of the zoo exhibit and the set of the mid-century modern interior design photograph. She has merged imagery to draw comparisons between these staged sets, focusing on American mid-century interior design and Western zoos exhibits, to emphasize the theatrical artifice of both environments.

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Next Day Flyers Presents: Ben Drury

London based designer Ben Drury has a prolific portfolio full of playful typography, clean layouts, and razor sharp illustrations. Take a look at his portfolio after the jump and get inspired.

 

Ben Drury’s work is presented by Next Day Flyers, your one stop shop for calendar printing and other high quality printing solutions.

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Evol’s Electric Box Interventions

I first saw these a few months back and slept on posting them. But after bumping into them again I had to share them with my fellow cult members.  Street artist Evol has redecorated those ugly electric boxes and other utilitarian outdoor structures into mini skyscrapers and apartment complexes. My favorite piece is the planter that is turned into a section 8 housing unit complete with tiny graffiti. See that and more after the jump!

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Dorothy & The Casualties Of War Toy Soldiers

 

Design collective Dorothy brings the hell of war to your toy chest. In July 2009 Colorado Springs Gazettea published a two-part series entitled “Casualties of War”. The articles focused on a single battalion based at Fort Carson in Colorado Springs, who since returning from duty in Iraq had been involved in brawls, beatings, rapes, drunk driving, drug deals, domestic violence, shootings, stabbings, kidnapping and suicides. Returning soldiers were committing murder at a rate 20 times greater than other young American males. A seperate investiagtion into the high suicide rate among veterans published in the New York Times in October 2010 revealed that three times as many California veterans and active service members were dying soon after returning home than those being killed in Iraq and Afghanistan combined. We hear little about the personal hell soldiers live through after returning home.

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NICHOLAS KAHN & RICHARD SELESNICK AT Kopeikin Gallery

collaborative duo Nicholas Kahn and Richard Selesnick‘s Mars: Adrift on the Hourglass Sea exhibition opens on Saturday, May 21st at Kopeikin Gallery. Kahn & Selesnick work lies at the intersection of historical fact, apocalyptic future and nerdy museology. Melding childlike playfulness with adult obsession, they create faux-historical narratives realized as photography, sculpture, and installation. “Adrift on the Hourglass Sea” is set on the planet Mars where the artists present a dark and powerful visage of a collapsed civilization on the red planet. Using photo-mosaics of the Martian landscape taken by NASA space rovers (they were recipients of a NASA commission to create work about Mars) and combining them with their own photographs of deserts in Nevada and Utah, the artists present their distinctive brand of sci-fi mysticism.

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Caroline Morin’s Dreamy Girls

Caroline Morin’s exquisite drawings of girls floating through space.

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Anthony Jacobus Is A Mad Hatter

Anthony Jacobus’ photographs are visual poems of loss, mortality and isolation.

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Dehfolt Sister

Ukranian illustrator Dehfolt Sister has a nice portfolio of  digital collages.

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