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Ross Kemp Folds is a site dedicated to foldings of photos of award winning British actor Ross Kemp. Hundreds of users from around the world have submitted their own foldings, each outdoing the next. I can’t tell if the site is a tribute fan site to Ross or a very creative way to make fun of the actor but with over 360 user submissions the site has a plethora of inventive, playful,and downright laugh out loud foldings of Ross’s rotund head in every shape possible. Below are a few of my favorite foldings from the site.

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ARTIST INTERVIEW: RAYMOND LEMSTRA

 

Raymond Lemstra is an artist whose work reflects a deep appreciation for both primitive art and the subconscious workings of the inner mind.  He has a very distorted and humorous output of big-headed people with over-emphasized features, full of wonder and turmoil.  We recently got a chance to catch up with Raymond to ask him what he is up to.

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Sonia & Mark Whitesnow

The variety in technique, lighting, costume, and style in collaborative duo Sonia & Mark Whitesnow’s photographs is unreal. They effortlessly jump from surreal to sci-fi, to high fashion photography with ease, bringing a unique touch to each shoot.

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AMELIA BIEWALD

Amelia Biewald’s portfolio is filled with everything from kentic sculptures of mating North American eagles to intricate drawings of wild horses made from bleach on velvet.

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Megan K Eagles

Fashion photography from the lovely Megan K Eagles.

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Next Day Flyers Presents: John Ryan Solis

John Ryan Solis’ portfolio of hand drawn illustrations are full of cute, sexy, and delicate works sure to please the fashionista as well as connoisseurs of draftsmanship.

 

John Ryan Solis is presented by the online printing company, Next Day Flyers, where you can order sticker printing online and receive your order quickly.

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Samuel T. Adams

Stacked, packed, and tacked collages by Samuel T. Adams.

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Jose Castrellon’s Priti Baiks

Jose Castrellon’s Priti Baiks project documents the young men of Panama who spend their earnings customizing and supersizing their bicycles. The bike styles are are inspired by everything from music to Afro-Caribbean culture, creating a visual aesthetic that is unique to the region and a form of self expression for these youth who oftentimes have no other form of transportation.

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