Brad Kunkle

Our Spiritual Senses: Brad Kunkle

When I first saw the paintings of Brad Kunkle, I thought they were photographs that had somehow been altered or augmented. They’re not. His gorgeous brushwork is at once dream-like and photorealistic and his paintings are made all the more wonderful by his use of gold leaf. Gold leaf is a brilliant material to work with. It’s […]

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Eugene Richards

The Ripening: Artists In Their 80s

There’s a fantastic article up on LightBox right now that begins: “Time is rough on a lot of life pursuits. Athletes dwindle. Dancers pull tendons. Politicians? It varies. But artists, if they work it right, they ripen.” The photo essay, which was commissioned by TIME, allowed photographer Eugene Richards to spend seven months photographing a number […]

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Robert Rauschenberg

L’enfant Terrible: Robert Rauschenberg

After World War II, the center of the Modern art world began to shift away from Paris and towards New York, due in large part to a small group of painters who were evolving beyond pre-war Surrealism toward a new way of painting—one that held the brush as an extension of the subconscious. American Modern […]

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Bruno Zanzottera

Five For Friday #74

“Don’t worry about failures, worry about the chances you miss when you don’t even try.” – Jack Canfield A small tribe of fishermen have existed for many years on the shores of Lake Turkana in Kenya. This tribe, known as the El Molo, have come back from the brink of extinction and have increased in […]

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James Tissot

Five For Friday #55

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” – Henry David Thoreau We’ve talked about expanding what we cover on Faded + Blurred to include things like art, dance and literature and I’m finding, as I do the research for this new content, I really miss it. I miss being inspired […]

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Joe Fig - Pollock

Inside The Painter’s Studio: Joe Fig

Very few get the privilege of seeing an artist at work. The labor-intensive struggle that ensues during the creative process can be such a private and personal activity. We are usually only given access to, what the artist hopes is, the beautiful end result; the finished piece. Artist Joe Fig has created a glimpse behind […]

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Tom Carter - China

Five For Friday #48

“Life is not a dress rehearsal. Stop practicing what you’re going to do and just go do it. In one bold stroke you can transform today.” – Marilyn Grey Tom Carter spent two years traveling through all 33 of China’s provinces capturing beautiful photographs using just a 4-megapixel point-and-shoot. Nine hundred of these images are now […]

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Vik Muniz

Pictures of Magazine: Vik Muniz

Artist and photographer, Vik Muniz, has made a career out of creating amazing pieces of art from what others discard. In the documentary Waste Land, filmmakers followed Muniz from his home in New York to his native Brazil where he created large-scale portraits of “catadores” – self-designated pickers of recyclable materials in the world’s largest garbage dump, Jardim […]

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In His Own Backyard: Joshua Davis

I’ve been a fan of Joshua Davis for more than a decade. Back then, he was one of several developers, like Hillman Curtis, Brendan Dawes and a few others making their mark creating amazing Flash content. Davis was more the hardcore skater than the somewhat hipster-front-man of someone like Curtis. When I first met him at Flash […]

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