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Michael Willis

Exciting illustrations by graphic designer and illustrator Michael Willis. I love color palate and use of texture!

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Lost In Sound By Onsombil

Get mesmerized by sound coming to life with Onsombil’s Lost In Sound. Directed by Edward Saltau. Full video after the jump.

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Antlers Wifi

Morphing transparent pyramids are always nice. By Antlers Wifi.

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Future Perfect- Get Featured In The Next Issue Of Beautiful/Decay!

CREATE YOUR VISION FOR A BETTER TOMORROW AND GET FEATURED IN BEAUTIFUL/DECAY BOOK 6


We want to see the world you want to live in, your Future Perfect. Submit your work of art based on the Future Perfect theme; you are free to use any medium and interpret the theme as you see fit. On March 15th we will pick one lucky person from the submissions who will get a package of Beautiful/Decay goods valued at $300 and a 10-15 page interview in Beautiful/Decay book 6! Up to 70 additional future perfect submissions will also be selected and published.

Share your vision, plan a better tomorrow and join Beautiful/Decay to create a Future Perfect.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Aircondition

Artists and designers aren’t neccessarily known for coming up with the next dance craze but Oliver Laric is certainly giving it the ol’ college try. Watch Oliver bust a move after the jump!

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Nishio Yasuyuki’s Giant Women

I’m loving Nishio Yasuyuki’s massive sculptures of women. They are bizarre grotesque shrines to to horror films and nightmarish manga stories.

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Branden Koch’s Ambiguous World

Branden Koch’s paintings are mysterious narratives that take place in lushly painted worlds full of dark secrets, hibernating bats, dark secrets, and exotic plants.

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Taryn Simon’s The Innocents

The Innocents ¬†series by Taryn Simon documents the stories of individuals who served time in prison for violent crimes they did not commit. At issue is the question of photography’s function as a credible eyewitness and arbiter of justice.

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