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Awesome Video Of The Day: Origin Of The Beginning

Levi Van Veluw’s eerie Origin Of The Beginning installation draws from his own childhood memories to thematically and narratively develop his own brand of self-portraiture. Creating 3 “rooms” covered with more than 30,000 wooden blocks, balls and slats the spaces feel both like wooden prison cells and as metaphosr for the artists darkest memories. Watch a video of the installation after the jump.

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Andrea Myers

Andrea Myers sculptures made out of fabric and torn paper collages are dense layered works full of texture and rainbow bright color schemes.

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Sisilia Piring Doesn’t Do Digital

Sisilia Piring apparently doesn’t do digital but does take beautiful photos of beautiful ladies.

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Ariane Irle

Ariane Irle’s portfolio is full of great experimental typography, illustration, and motion work.

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Documentary Watch- Putting Back the Face into Typeface

 

Typographer, graphic designer and businessman Erik Spiekermann has created timeless, influential and, yes, Meta-physical work over the past three decades.

Next to founding MetaDesign and FontShop, the latter being the first ever digital distributor of fonts, and designing more instant classic typefaces than any other, he has been recognized as an outstanding expert internationally as a lecturer and professor.

Listen to the design genius talk about new visual languages, design processes, the analogies of music and typography, and why we need better client culture in this fantastic short documentary by our friends over at Gestalten. Watch the full video after the jump!

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Tom Feiler’s Cinema

Tom Feiler’s photographs look like stills from your next favorite movie. Who doesn’t like a romantic comedy starring a giant food as the male lead?

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Kylie Stillman Book Carvings

Kylie Stillman shreds, slices, and dices books to create carved works that function as sculpture, drawings, and installations.

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Liu Bolin Is The Invisible Man

Chinese artist Liu Bolin doesn’t need to be in the spotlight at all times. He prefers to kick back and literally blend into his surroundings. Watch him as he disappears into piles of trash, various landscapes, and literally merges with buildings after the jump. 

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