Top 100 Design Blogs To Follow In 2013 [Infographic]

By on January 24, 2013, in Graphic Design

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An infographic by the team at CouponAudit


Frozen Motion Painting by Ana Teresa Fernandez

By on February 12, 2012, in Paintings

Mexican-born painter Ana Teresa Fernandez displays the reflective and transformative powers of water in her paintings. Using oil on canvas, Fernandez manages to make her subjects look as if they’re in motion.
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A Girl And Her Room by Rania Matar

By on February 11, 2012, in Photography

Born and raised in Lebanon, Rania Matar moved to the U.S. in 1984. Her work has won several awards, has been featured in numerous publications, and exhibited widely internationally. “A Girl and her Room”, photographing teenage girls from different backgrounds, is her latest project.
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Sand Portrait by Jorge Rodrigues Gerada

By on February 10, 2012, in Concept Art

Jorge Rodríguez-Gerada is a Cuban American contemporary artist. He used sand and gravel for his portrait of Spanish architect Enric Miralles, as part of his “Terrestrial Series”.
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The Ferdinand Porsche GT3 Is The World’s Slowest Speed Car

By on February 9, 2012, in Design

Hannes Langeder is very proud of his accomplishment, and for a reason! He spent six months and 1,000 hours constructing the pedal-powered eco-friendly replica of a Porsche GT3 RS using plastic tubing and gold-painted aluminium foil. With a weight of just 99.6 kilograms, the super car is capable of reaching up to 10mph at a stretch.
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Feather Art by Kate McGwire

By on February 8, 2012, in Concept Art

Kate MccGwire’s practice probes the beauty inherent in duality, exploring the play of opposites – at an aesthetic, intellectual and visceral level – that characterises the way we conceive the world. She does this by appealing to our essential duality as human beings, to our senses and our reason, and by drawing on materials capable of embodying a dichotomous way of seeing, feeling and thinking. The finished work has a consistent ‘otherness’ to it that places it beyond our experience of the world, poised on a threshold between the parameters that define everyday reality.
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Surreal Painting by Joel Rea

By on February 4, 2012, in Paintings

“I have been excited by the art of technical painting since an early age, being such a fan of great paintings drives me to create my own work. I see painting as a unique way to entertain people and provoke thought. My concepts swim endlessly around my head as I strive to impress viewers with my hands and mind in the same way I have been impacted by a world full of incredible artistic visions and my belief this world is truly amazing and inspiring.” – Joel Rea
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Paper Cut Art by Hina Aoyama

By on February 3, 2012, in Concept Art

Hina Aoyama has a passion : to create super fine lacy-paper-cuttings with a simple pair of scissors. She uses a mixture of the traditional and modern styles to produce her own world through her own special paper-cuttings technique.
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Farm Family Portraits by Rob MacInnis

By on February 2, 2012, in Photography

Rob MacInnis is an award winning photographer who loves farm animals. He took on the challenge to show us their glamorous profiles. I just can’t imagine how much time he has dedicated to it.
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Macro Close Up of a 100 Dollar Bill

By on February 1, 2012, in Design

Vladislav Gerasimov is a Russian photographer who decided to take a closer look at the United States one hundred-dollar bill.
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