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Ping Zhu

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Ping Zhu aka Pingszoo resides in Los Angeles and does wonderful illustration work.  Dogs, snowboarding animals, and great portraits all in a playful and colorful style.

Check out her work at Pingszoo as well as more after the jump.

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Gabriel Moreno

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Gabriel Moreno does beautiful work with such basic materials: a pen and a brush. His illustrations begin in black and white, upon which Moreno builds, adding layers of color and images of other places and people tattooed into their skin. Flowers, birds, and faces organically expand from his subjects, as if a rush of creativity, or a dream, is escaping them.

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Sergey Sbss

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Sergey Sbss is a Moscow based graphic artist and designer. Sergey applies his style through collaborations with numerous industries, and is intent on furthering such collaborations in order to experiment with varied and unexpected surfaces.

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Learn Something Every Day by Young

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A) Facts are useful.
B) Anything drawn with Sharpie makes us happy.

 

Young is a design studio based in the UK, and they have dedicated an entire site to making wonderful renditions of daily tidbits, submitted by readers, etc: Learn Something Every Day. Not only are they quite entertaining to look at, but who would have thought that Dali designed something cohesive!?

 

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SIMON OUWERKERK’S Morphing sculptures Made out of Action figures

Simon Ouwerkerk’s dense sculptures are floating masses of plastic children toys and action figures that come together like Voltron to create something completely anew. Morphing, flying, and swirling in swarms, these piles of plastic are always in flux with a futuristic destination unknown.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Holy Mega Bubbles!

Not much to say about this other than I know what I’m doing next summer at the beach! Watch the full video after the jump!

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Ji Lee Disrupts Advertising By Sticking Clown Nose Stickers On Them

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New York-based designer Ji Lee brings humor to mainstream street ads in NYC’s subway stations by covering the actors/models in the ad with removable stickers that look like red clown noses.

“Ads are definitely more fun with clowns in them, I believe everyone wins with this, especially the advertisers, because now they will get more looks to their ads than before.”

Lee looks to create temporary marks on these temporary public images. He takes on the job of ‘enhancing’ instead of ‘subtracting’ or ‘erasing’ the original image, which is by nature, a bit different than most types of vandalism.

“I live in NYC and I walk, bicycle or ride the subway everyday. There are lots of ads everywhere, so I wondered how I can make my commute little bit more fun for me and for everyone around by simply transforming these ads that have become so ubiquitous. When I place these stickers, people often laugh and give me a ‘thumb up’. I think people enjoy them.”

This isn’t Lee’s first foray into the world of creative street art projects. He’s also the brain behind “Mysterabbit,” the adorable urban invention that brought miniature rabbit statues to the streets of cities across the world. To check out more of Lee’s work, check out his site.(via HuffPost)

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Awesome Video Of The Day: No Title Can Describe What The Hell This Is!

If you’re looking for a good reason to not take drugs then watch the video after the jump. I’m not really sure what we’re looking at but It’s either belongs in a museum or in a mental hospital. You be the judge.

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