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SIT – A Haunting Series

 Sit ”Haiiro” creates intensely bold and visually striking works of art by intermixing elements of nature, death, degeneration and decay with humanistic characteristics. Each image tells a thought provoking story allowing viewers to get a small glimpse inside the mind of Dutch artist Sit. The result is a “haunting series that is simultaneously sexy and morbid.” Continue Reading

Real Life Models, Flóra Borsi

  19 year old Hungarian photographer Flóra Borsi’s latest series called Real Life Models explores what models of classic paintings would look like if they were as abstract as the paintings portrayed.

You know we’re suckers for eye catching advertising campaigns and eccentric typography. Creative Directors at Sagmeister & Walsh Advertising Agency took on the challenge of creating inspirational quotes that seemingly float on air or flow directly from the model’s body. With no Photoshop or photo altering,

Beauty in Simplicity, Malika Favre

French born, London based Graphic Illustrator Malika Favre envisions beauty in simplicity. Her art has been featured in magazine ads for companies such as Gucci, ALDO, Vogue, and Marie Claire.

Michael Rosner’s meticulously detailed body paintings will take you out of this world! The visual manipulation created with the help of an airbrush and steady hand is nothing short of amazing. Based out of Chicago, Illinois, Rosner intermixes saturated hues with intense lighting to create designs that are reflective of his appreciate of the arts, Continue Reading

Aakash Nihalani

Aakash Nihalani – Colorful Tape

Go ahead, take a second look! These works have a way of manipulating your perspective. Outlined using geometric shapes, these creative displays, constructed by New York based artist Aakash Nihalani, were put together with the help of a little colored tape. In the end, each design is built up to trick

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Ottoman princess and designer Yaz  (seriously, her ancestors reigned in Egypt) is back at it again with her pop-culture inspired accessories. For accesory label Yazbukey’s S|S 2013 line, Yaz is bringing in the vibrant sun to adorn women’s necks, wrists and ears. Bright writst cuffs, plexiglass lipstick necklaces, and trendy collars are only a few Continue Reading

Los Angeles based photographer and artist Cecelia Webber takes photos of nude human bodies and configures them together to create visually stunning images of flowers. The former neuroscience major stumbled upon the idea after viewing a picture of a body against a black background that highly resembled a flower petal. From there, the magic took Continue Reading

RGB Silk Scarves, Carnovsky

Remember the RGB wallpaper from the Milan-based firm, Carnovsky? Well, designers Francesco Rugi and Silvia Quintanilla are back at it, this time with vibrant wearable art that presents hidden pictures when seen under certain light. The designers have created a collection of three limited edition scarves, each woven from pure silk and imprinted with images Continue Reading

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