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Awesome Video Of The Day: Blooddrop

 

what you see is not what you get in this short surreal film by Russian filmmaker Alexei Popogrebsky. Watch the full film after the jump.

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Detroit Rot City!


When I think of Detroit I think of decaying buildings and poverty but this insightful documentary by Palladium Boots (Hosted by Johnny Knoxville) has given me new hope and enthusiasm about Detroit. Follow Knoxville on this 4 part documentary through the city and meet the people who are working to bring creativity and excitement to this once great city. Watch part 2-4 after the jump.

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Lisa Hanawalt

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Lisa Hanawalt is an artist working out of Los Angeles.  Being from the Midwest, the clothing and textile patterns remind me of mah hood or makes me want to be a farm land hipster.  Either one.

Her work also reminded me of the saying,  “you are what you eat.”

 

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Carl D’Alvia

Carl D’Alvia’s furry and fuzzy sculptures made out of resin, ceramic, and bronze draw inspiration from megalithic monuments, toy design and the Baroque,  to create  work that is minimal in form but has a tongue and cheek humor to them that I find refreshing.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Breakbot’s Watercolor Orgasm

2000 hand painted watercolor frames and sexxed up funky disco jams? Baby I’m yours!

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Caio Fernandes

Caio Fernandes mainly paints portraits of faces that hold an incredible amount of intensity behind them. Intensity that could be interpreted as pain, doubt, or realization. Though the intensity we feel from Caio’s paintings compel us with curiosities as to what it all implies, Caio firmly states that the paintings stand for themselves.

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Jon Kessler’s Installations Questions The Nature Of Reality

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Jon Kessler’s installations respond to our current information-saturated culture where the search for the self often occurs within the realm of digital media. His most recent exhibition, “The Web“, immerses viewers in our technology obsessed world. Cameras and surveillance equipment abound, constantly capturing and clicking photos and videos of participants. The installation itself is a conceptual clusterfuck that suggests our importance of ritualistic clicking over what’s actually being captured with the clicks. His other work similarly addresses themes of capture, surveillance, fame, and mass media by using related techniques. These installations confuse us and ask us to consider the nature of reality and the authority we grant to technology and mass media with regard to our own identities.

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Happy Lovers Town

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HAPPY LOVERS TOWN is the portfolio of Italian designer and illustrator Jonathan Calugi. I love his character design and intensely adorable patterns. I profess that Illustrator is not my strong point so I find it especially amazing when people have a special knack at wrangling smooth vectors.

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