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Dana Goldstein

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Kentucky-born, SCAD-educated photographer Dana Goldstein’s work is comprised of candid, documentary photos depicting (among other things) youth culture in the late 00s. At times reminiscent of Nan Goldin, the images showcase both the innocence/fun and lack thereof of growing up nowadays. I particularly enjoy the photos of gutter punks.

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Gina Tuzzi

GinaTuzzi-Untitled1Gina Tuzzi lives in Oakland, California and makes awesome paintings.  Check out her site for more as well as below the jump.

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Wieki Somers comes clean

664_1230668282Come Clean is… a tulip scented soap by Wieki Somers. “A juxtaposition of forms which represent the old and new Holland…the traditional image disappears (soap) and the reality appears (porcelain).” Via wiekisomers.com I’m assuming these wouldn’t work as well as wooden clogs and wheels of cheese.

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Christmas Light Guitar Hero

 

I’m sure you’ve seen this already, but this is so amazing, I just had to post for you all on Christmas Eve… Day. This former Disney Imagineer rigged his whole house to be a real, playable, Guitar Hero game! Lucky kids in that neighborhood… not so lucky for everyone else.

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15 Examples of How Modern Hip Hop Artists Borrowed Fashion Styles From 16th Century Paintings

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The tumbler B4-XVI berforesixteen has made a hilariously clever and all too accurate comparison between contemporary Hip Hop artists and paintings made before the 16th century, making everyone involved look quite ridiculous. When you first look at the fashion styles of centuries old paintings, you would not think anyone today would ever dream of looking like that, let alone a celebrity. However, if you think about it, what kind of person would wear flashy jewelry and frivolous fur coats? Well, Hip Hop artists! Their extreme amount of “bling” and often baggy clothing somewhat resembles the capes and jewelry of royalty depicted in classic paintings.

What makes the comparisons so on point is not just the uncanny similarities of clothing and accessories, but the position, stance, and even the facial expressions of both parties. I mean, what a lucky coincidence that Kanye West happened to be standing next to a priest for a hilarious comparison between himself and a painting of saints! Not to mention this goes perfectly with his infamous “Yeezus” complex. One aspect of Hip Hop style is missing from the series of 16th century paintings is the notorious “grill.” But don’t worry; there is instead a painting of two men proudly displaying their teeth while “mean-mugg’n” the viewer. This series of entertaining resemblances just goes to show you that every fashion style will make a comeback! (via Fubiz)

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LALA ALBERT

Lala Albert has consistently drawn the most beautiful multi-eyed freaks for years now. I’ve never seen theme and variation work this well before, and I don’t believe I will get tired of her work any time soon. Catch her sprawling comics at Vice , in Chameleon and Gang Bang Bong, and on Arthur Mag. She tumbles, flicks, textiles, and twits. Sassy. Oozy. Gals.

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The Only Cat I’ll Pet

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I’m not a big fan of cats but if this guy came across my path i’d pet it.

Via Super Duper

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Orlando Estrada

Orlando Estrada’s photographs explore how contemporary objects and images can form a personal mythology and iconography.

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