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Graham Caldwell’s Glass Reflection

Manipulating glass to the limits of its expandability, Graham Caldwell creates surfaces marked by crumpled and stretched distortions. These agglomerations simultaneously recall stainless steel and shriveled skin, quite an unfamiliar pairing. The spectrum of forms and structures embodies an otherworldliness found in microorganisms or evolutionarily complex sea creatures.

Teetering between playful and sinister, much of Caldwell’s work hinges on the importance of viewer interaction. In one work the convergence of angles toys with the viewer’s understanding of perspective. One’s own image is contorted as if by multiple funhouse mirrors. In another work, planes of iridescent glass are interlocked in an organic, geodesic structure. Seemingly less concerned with the viewer’s presence, this work plays a mise en abyme within its own brightly hued peaks and valleys.

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Ricardo Gonzalez Garcia

Ricardo Gonzalez Garcia’s paintings walk the fine line between abstraction and representation with dense layers of patterns, various mark making techniques, and coded imagery.

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Ronald Kurniawan

Ronald Kurniawan’s illustrations are inspired by ideograms, syllables, letterforms, beasts and heroic landscapes. He slowly but surely continues to create a visual language where the wilderness and civilization could merge happily together. With the belief that the sublime and nuclear age could coexist, he paints romantic environments and breaks the quiet scene with juxtaposed imagery taking the shape of icons and letterforms.   He currently lives and works in Los Angeles where he paints meticulously and happily accompanied by his pug Ruffles, an avid artist himself.

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Rosanna Webster’s Tribalism

Rosanna Webster’s Tribalism series is a response to primitive beliefs in a fluidity between human and animal forms, and therianthropes. In many early hunter gatherer societies animals were seen as messengers between worlds with costumes and ritual used to aid spiritual practice. The images here were inspired by the idea that through animal costume and imitation spiritual transgression could occur.

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York Christoph Riccius

York Christoph Riccius’ work is proof that commercial photography doesn’t have to be dull and boring. York  photographs for some of the worlds biggest brands and manages to push the boundaries of what corporate America will accept for their campaigns.

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Yoshihiko Satoh Rocks Out

Japanese artist Yoshihiko Satoh’s takes  mass produced musical instruments and stretches, enlarges, manipulates, and contorts them into objects that unleash the energey residing in their function and shape.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: 8 Hours In Brooklyn

Spend 8 splendid, cinematic, slow motion, picture perfect hours in the city of Brooklyn with Next Level Pictures. Watch the full video after the jump.

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Ruth Murray’s Party

Ruth Murray’s paintings of teens and tweens goofing off, partying, eating too much candy, and causing mischief.

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