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Martin Nicolausson’s Dark, Geometric, And Quirky World

MARTIN NICOLAUSSON

Swedish born, London based designer and illustrator,  Martin Nicolausson makes some striking images that are simple, dark, and just a bit quirky.

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William Crump’s Far, Far, Far Out Trip

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Found this nice selection of psychedelic collages on William Crump‘s site. The older graphite drawings are also worth taking a peak at.

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Todd Knopke Turns Fabric Into Paint

Todd Knopke

We posted Todd Knowpke’s work a while back but he has some new works on his site so it’s time to take a second look. When i first saw Todd’s work online I thought “wow these are funky shaped stretchers.” It took me a few minutes to realize that I was staring at massive, mind blowing, sewn pieces of fabric! What I love best is that Todd keeps all the various moves that most painters make  but makes them his own by introducing sewn fabric into the mix. The result is a collage like surface full of stitching, layered fabric, and awesome detail.

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Luis Dourado’s Famous And Dreaming

luis douradoLuis Dourado’s Famous and Dreaming series literally made me say “Wow” out loud. My fave from the group is of JFK pictured above. I also included two other images that I liked at the end of the post that are from other projects.

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Neil Mota’s Masked Nudists

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Neil Mota has some fantastic work posted on the L’e Loi website. My favorite collection of images are these photos of models wearing halloween masks.

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Paul Rice

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Paul Rice makes some striking posters for bands and movies.

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Maldo Nollimerg

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Am I crazy or are Maldo Nollimerg’s drawings extra creepy but in a good way?

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Jasper James

London photographer Jasper James has visited some international meccas: New York, London and Beijing, trying “to get as high up in the city as possible to give [him] an overview and a sense of scale to the size of the city,” and to to combine the micro with the macro- the individual and the cityscape into one shot. Even though I’m in China right now, I’ve yet to see the beautiful same view as he’s managed to capture in these shots.

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