Candy Sprinkles Art by Joel Brochu

By on December 4, 2011, in Concept Art

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Artist Joel Brochu created the piece using 221,184 nonpareils sprinkles that are painstakingly placed using jewelers tweezers, adhering it to a board with the help of double-sided tape and a thin layer of glue. Only six colors of sprinkles were used in the picture (Red, Orange, Green, Blue, Black, and White), giving your brain a color blending treat when viewed from a distance. The piece took 8 months to complete, once finished, it was permanently preserved with a clear acrylic resin.
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Celebrities Photography by Martin Schoeller

By on December 3, 2011, in Photography

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In the series called “Portraits”, Martin Schoeller is full of imagination to show celebrities in various funny and elaborate postures, resulting in images rich in detail, story, colour and personality.
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Fun And Creative Gift Ideas From Fred

By on December 2, 2011, in Gift Shop

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Here is my selection of fun and creative objects designed by Fred and Friends. They are awesome, cheap and will contribute to make your everyday life easier.
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Enter The Mystical Realm of Jeffrey Hull’s Dreamy Watercolors

By on December 1, 2011, in Paintings

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No one captures the magic of the north Oregon coast quite like water colorist Jeffrey Hull.  He masterfully paints the misty shores where sky and water inevitably meet.  Hull has the ability to paint the elements with vivid clarity and realism.  After graduating highschool he moved out to the beach to surf, yet being immersed in the raw beauty of the coast he was inspired to pick up his paint brush and discovered his true passion.  The majority of his subject matter is the rugged north Oregon coast, misty bluffs, crashing surf and monoliths rising from the Pacific Ocean. Hull and his wife opened their own gallery in Cannon Beach in 1987.  Hull is a cornerstone of the Cannon Beach art scene, setting the precedent for up and coming artists in his community.  His ability to convey the mood, atmosphere and pure beauty of the coast is exceptional and inspirational.
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Potholes by Claudia Ficca & Davide Luciano

By on December 1, 2011, in Photography

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After a sudden collision with a canyon sized crater of a pothole, Montreal based artists Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano decided to channel their frustration into a positive project where the useless pothole would be a source of humor and creativity.
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“Art Mixtape” Made With Over 50,000 Thumbtacks

By on December 1, 2011, in Concept Art , Paintings

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Harlem based artist, Andre Woolery, has released his art in the form of mixtape: http://andrewooleryartmixtape.com

This is my first collection of pieces made exclusively from over 50,000 thumbtacks.  Pieces range in size from 2 ft x 4 ft all the way to a piece that is 9 ft x 4 ft.  The mixtape experience will leverage parallax scrolling feature that can take the user through numerous details about each piece including a description, inspiration, the creation process, and other tidbits.
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Body Paintings by Michael Rosner

By on November 30, 2011, in Paintings

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Michael Rosner is an American artist born in Chicago, Illinois. He worked as a painter, sculptor and carpenter before beginning this series of body paintings in 2006.
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Body Painting by Lennette Newell

By on November 29, 2011, in Paintings

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Famous San Francisco photographer Lannette Newell created a daring exhibition called “Anti-Human” in which she featured body painted models with animals. The result is awesome and bizarre.
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Beautiful Girl Portraits by Dmitriy Grechin

By on November 28, 2011, in Photography

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Dmitriy Grechin is a talented Russian photographer who captures shots that highlights the beauty and sensuality of women.
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Dice Portrait by Frederick McSwain

By on November 27, 2011, in Concept Art

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Frederick McSwain used 13,138 dice to create this immense portrait of Tobias Wong, his Canadian artist and designer friend, who recently died at age 35, or more specifically, 13,138 days.
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