Tagged: art

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(Fe)Male: Casey Legler

Androgyny has long been a staple in the worlds of music and fashion. Both men and women have swapped roles, clothing and identities to great effect. One of the latest to straddle the increasingly...

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The Ghost Swift: Kirsty Mitchell

Kirsty Mitchell is having a very good year. This time last year, relatively few people knew of her or her incredible photography. But, over the last several months, her work has exploded and has...

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The Many Faces Of Genevieve: Brent Holloman

Eighteen weeks ago, graphic designer Brent Holloman and his wife welcomed their first little girl, Genevieve (Vie) into the world. The birth of little Vie inspired Holloman to create a wonderful project, both as a...

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The Burning House: Foster Huntington

If your house were on fire, what would you take? It’s the one and only question that drives Foster Huntington’s wonderful blog, The Burning House. What is perhaps most interesting about the reader-submitted photographs...

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Family Life: Julie Blackmon

If you brought David Lynch along as the activities director on your family vacation or asked him over to art direct your holiday postcards, you might get something similar to the photography of Julie Blackmon,...

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Amazing Collages Of New York City Landmarks

Manhattan-based artist Nina Boesch has found a use for the thousands of Metro Cards discarded every day by commuters in Gotham. She repurposes them into fantastic collages of New York City landmarks, such as Guggenheim Museum,...

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Screw Art: Andrew Myers

You think making a compelling photographic portrait is difficult? Try making one out of hundreds of drywall screws. That’s exactly what artist Andrew Myers uses to create his amazing three dimensional portraits. The process...

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Cautionary Tales In Porcelain

The porcelain sculptures of Kate Macdowell are simply mesmerizing. I’ve only recently discovered her work, but I can tell you that many of her pieces resonate with me on a very deep level. Perhaps...

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The Tiny Realities Of Lori Nix

Lori Nix calls herself a “non-traditional” photographer, which many people have a hard time wrapping their heads around, at least at first. After all, she employs the “traditional” elements of countless photographers before her;...

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Stopping Time With Silver & Light

Finding your voice as an artist is a daunting task, to say the least. We go through weeks, months, years or an entire career questioning “am I good enough?”, or “do I really have...

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The Art Of The Mugshot: Chris Crites

I’ve been a fan of the art of Chris Crites for a few years now. I don’t even remember how I first saw his work, but I was drawn to it immediately. I love his...

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Thomas Doyle’s Debris Of Memory

Thomas Doyle creates beauty from chaos. From overturned houses to overturned lives, there are powerful narratives in his work that bely the tiny scale of the pieces he creates. We have been looking at...