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Andrew Nigon’s Bizarre Nature

Andrew Nigon’s sculptures draw attention to the bizarre nature of our existence in which we have an insatiable drive to improve while simultaneously living within bodies that are in constant decay. Using the discarded detritus of society in chorus with brightly colored materials that are typically reserved for happier times, Andrew creates heroic yet tragic monuments devoted to a human race that is trapped in an incomplete and fractured world.

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uberkraaft

British artist Matt Williams A.K.A Uberkraaft  should be renamed Uberkool! He’s got a beautiful portfolio full of ultra detailed black and white illustrations as well as perfectly colored pieces that are bold but not too pushy. More visual eye candy after the jump!

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Robert Longo

Robert Longo might be best known for his iconic charcoal drawings of business men contorting and flailing to and fro from the 80’s but a quick trip to his site will remind you that he’s had a long career creating intense large format drawings that are haunting and significant.

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Eliot Lee Hazel

Eliot Lee Hazel may be an LA based photographer but his photographs subjects look like the inhabitants of an artist colony on mars. Think Silverlake but in space.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Jeez Louise

 

I’m loving this trippy music video by Maxime Bruneel for a secretive band called Secret Skwirl. Watch the full video after the jump.

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Next Day Flyers Presents: Stephen Kelleher

Stephen Kelleher’s iconic illustrations blend playful typography and geometric illustrations to create timeless graphics.

 

 

Presented by the brochure printing shop, Next Day Flyers, where prices are low and turnaround is fast.

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Matt Hoyle’s BarnumVillians

Gorgeous black and white portraits of circus/sideshow performers by Matt Hoyle.

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Ryan Lake’s Bored In The Suburbs

Ryan Lake’s seamless blend of traditional and digital techniques create  loose narratives of characters caught in a world of their own. My favorite works are his ongoing series series of images dealing with boredom in the suburbs which is a theme I can relate to. Being bored in the burbs was one of the main reasons I started Beautiful/Decay! If you like Ryan’s work make sure to pick up a copy of the Beautiful/Decay: Underdogs book which features Ryan’s work.

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