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Enrico Ferrarini’s Takes Traditional Sculpture To Its Digital Conclusion

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Italian artist Enrico Ferrarini builds upon the famous art history of his country, quite literally,  in his unique style which takes traditional sculpture to its digital conclusion. By carving and casting sculptures and then creating multiples of them, Ferrrani combined them, bring a glitched, modernly repetitive styling to time-honored sculpting methods.

The Moderna, Italy-born artist has studied at the Florence Academy of Fine Arts (where some of the most famous sculptures of all time, including Donatello and Michelangelo’s Davids reside), and employs methods of sculpture which are not typically learned by today’s artists. Perhaps that is why his work has a deeper resonance; employing the methods of the past to work with the styling of today. (via myampgoesto11)

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Michael Schouflikir

French artist Michael Schouflikir’s work revolves the daily struggles we have with technology & modern human condition. Basically, the condition of our machines and nature that becomes more and more machine-like. We’re beat out and attacked by overgrown plants, take escalators towards our certain future of decapitation, and develop USB flash drives as bones. But don’t we kind of like it?

 

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Alex Takacs

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Alex Takacs is an LA based artist. His work is a fresh spin on current illustration. His use of minimal color and line detail work reminds me of retro magazine illustration but he puts his own little twist to them, making the viewers wonder the narrative story behind each piece. Not only is Takacs an illustrator but also is part of a collaborative group  known as the Young Replicants. Young Replicant is a teenage directors label and design collective featuring Takacs as well as  Joe Nankin, Adam Kauper, and Jackson Seidenberg. Recently, they won a fan video contest that was for  M83 single “We Own the Sky“!

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The Stone Field Algorithms of Giuseppe Randazzo

At first glance the Stone Fields of designer Giuseppe Randazzo seem to be akin to stoic environmental art a la Andy Goldsworthy.  Under closer scrutiny, however, these pieces are far from ‘natural’.  Randazzo begins with optimal packing algorithms – algorithms that determine the most efficient way to fill a certain amount of space with various sized objects.  He then modifies the algorithms to produce different arrangements of stones in the circular field.  Further, the stones aren’t ‘natural’ – that is, they’re not real! Rather, the images produced by Randazzo are actually hyper-realistic 3D renderings.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Corduroi- All Ways

You don’t need complicated special effects to make a video interesting. Color Chart Films video for Corduroi is a great example of  what a clever concept and simple video editing can achieve. Watch the full video after the jump.

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Hellenism And Space Invaders From Oliver Payne

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Oliver Payne‘s collages present many juxtapositions: East and West, new and old, digital  and analog.  In an interesting way, though, the images of Japanese Bullet Hell Games and photographs of classical European sculpture compliment one another.  A tradition of fantastic stories and violence are present in each.  Further, the gallery statement mentions that the “Greek statues serve as a background and a reminder of the fantasy worlds produced in Japanese arcade games, which often picture rural Europe.”  While exhibited, the collages are joined by the raucous soundtrack of the noises of a traditional arcade flowing through the gallery.

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Revenge is Sweet

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Revenge is Sweet is the collaboration of the creative duo Angelique Piliere and Lee Owens. They combine black and white halftone images with a limited but bold color palate to create striking images and type. Their use of disembodied legs and lips, and their eclectic mix of seemingly random imagery makes for a quirkiness that I love.

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God Bless You, Llyn Foulkes: Painter & Musician Extraordinare

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I’m not going to pretend like I know half of whatever or whoever Llyn Foulkes is about, I’m just going to take a minute to honor his incredible presence in the art world for over 50 years.

What makes Foulkes so special is that he creates art at his own pace, and he creates it how he wants to, whether it’s music or painting. This “early master of Pop” is revered not necessarily because he’s a household name like Andy Warhol– but because of his journey in the art world and his ability to stay strong in his own truth and sense of character, despite social or monetary pressures.

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