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Cyriak Harris

Cyriak Harris is an artist living in Brighton. He makes splendid videos that remind me of the sensation of sugar on my tongue. I feel the urge to push and push, but each video tells me to sit down and understand that “everything is going to be okay.”

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Imp Kerr & Associates

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Imp Kerr & Associates is an insightful fiend living in New York City. She collects large amounts of intriguing bits on The New Shelton Wet/Dry and seems to enjoy grinding modern culture into a fine paste that she applies any where she feels like. Her work can be purchased through the Spacer:One show right now.

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Something in The Universe Site Relaunch!

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We have just put the finishing touches on the re-launched online portfolio for Something in The Universe, replete with features as sleek as the side of an interstellar alien space capsule. We’ve added a ton of new projects to the roster, including designing a tour website for legendary grunge-rockers Alice in Chains, the Deftones & Mastodon, beer-flavored ice cream (and full service marketing and design) for Colt 45, logo, design & coding for Velvet Hammer, and a ton more.

Be sure to stop by- we guarantee you’ll be seeing stars. Drop us a comment and let us know what you think!

And, if you want SITU to work for you, be sure to email us and get in touch! We are currently available to turn your idea into…. Something. Whether it’s a simple business card design, or the entire re-branding of your website, no job is too big or too little for us!

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Helle Mardahl

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Helle Mardahl holds nothing back in her work both in subject and materials. Her background in fashion is evident, but her collections are not made for any runway. Start with her show A Royal Orgy Of Consumption which was on display at WAS gallery in Copenhagen, August 2008. Keep exploring; there’s a world of  intricacies and complexities wanting to be seen.

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Green Art: 10 Artists Working with Recycled Materials

David Edgar, "Green Fiesta Jellyfish Lamp"

David Edgar, "Green Fiesta Jellyfish Lamp"

The people of the United States alone toss out millions of plastic bottles every hour, and in a year, enough plastic film to shrink wrap Texas (which would be both a hilarious and horrifying feat.) Everyone knows it’s important to recycle, but it’s often hard to realize the consequences of forgetting about one little bottle; maybe we should consider not buying this stuff in the first place. (I drink out of the tap all the time, heck, I’d drink out of the hose.) Without getting on a soapbox, the following artists have made powerful statements about the ways in which we waste…. by re-using materials that would otherwise be thrown away, and removing paper and plastics completely from the recycling loop…. as even the act of recycling uses massive amounts of energy.

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André Tempel

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André Tempel‘s alien sculptures look like they belong in the lair of an evil mastermind bent on destroying the planet. His works look like colorful WWII underwater mines, or rotors fitted with revolving saw blades. I feel like Frankenstein’s creature is about to emerge from this orange capsule.

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KOKOFREAKBEAN

KOKOFREAKBEAN is a maker living in San Antonio, Texas. KOKOFREAKBEAN creates videos of fractured childhoods and psychotic emotions, wrapped around a bouncy ball that won’t quit. If you push the play button, there won’t be many options left. It’s do or die, and this artist likes Kevorkian.

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Kwong Kyung Yup

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Kwong Kyung Yup‘s latest series of paintings have calmness and warmth despite her subjects looking like victims of some tragic accident, bearing eye patches, bandages, and occasionally, tears. Her subjects seem to pierce through her canvas with knowing looks, her titles like “Audios,” “Bleached Memory,” “Childhood,” and “Memory of Love” suggest pain the artist might have felt in coming of age.

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