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Dea Lellis

São Paulo based Dea Lellis’ graphic paintings are steeped in mythology as well as references to movies, terror, music, and fashion.

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David Poolman

It’s nice to see that professor of drawing at the Sheridan Institute David Poolman practices what he preaches and makes beautiful drawings full of delicate detail and the kind of humor that only a Canadian artist can come up with.

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Hilary Harnischfeger

Hilary Harnischfeger’s relief paintings and sculptures make me think of ancient topographic maps with a dab of Richard Diebenkorn tossed into the mix for good measure.

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Craig And Karl

Bold colors, playful typography, and iconic illustrations are the key ingredients that make the work of New York and Sydney based design duo Craig And Karl stand out from a sea of repetitious designers.

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MICHAL CHELBIN’S PRISON PORTRAITS

Michal Chelbin’s photographs of prisoners in the Ukraine and Russia makes me think who is this person? Chelbin chose to not discuss the prisoners crimes until after the photo shoot was over. The result is a haunting series of images that make the viewer ask who is this person? Why is he dressed like this? What does it mean to be locked up? And can we guess what a person’s crime is just by looking at his portrait?

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Anja Markiewicz’s Teeny Tiny Origami

Anja Markiewicz’s microscopic origami must be made with a magnifying glass, small tweezers, and a million years worth of patience.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Peter Doig

Peter Doig’s dreamlike narrative paintings are based on photographs but never painted in a photorealist style. In this video Doig gives viewers a behind the scenes look at his 2008 show at the Tate Britian. Sharing stories about the creation of various works, Peter discusses how a new painting was left outside in the rain to get  stains and also shares a suitcase full of reference images that were used to make the paintings. Watch the full video after the jump.

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Stacey Rozich’s Masked Myths

Seattle based illustrator Stacey Rozich’s work is littered with vibrant tribal patterns and drawings based on folklore. She brings an animated, lively, modern perspective to stories of myth. Her pattern work and line work are nothing short of exhilarating, playing reference to southwestern art, and tribal marks.

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