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The Children of Gaia Emerge from Ecological Crises in Photographs by Fabrice Monteiro

For his multiyear project titled “The Prophecy,” Belgian-Beninese photographer Fabrice Monteiro confronts global issues of ecological devastation. The striking images in the project combine haute couture, spiritual figures, and staged scenes of pollution and decimation. Made in collaboration with Senegalese … Continue reading

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Dragon Skin Pavilion / Emmi Keskisarja + Pekka Tynkkynen + Kristof Crolla (LEAD) and Sebastien Delagrange (LEAD)

Completed in 2012 in Hong Kong. Images by Pekka Tynkkynen, Emmi Keskisarja. The Dragon Skin Pavilion is an architectural art installation […] Source: Pin on Psy decor

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Australian Aboriginal Art, No.1- Cafebedouin

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Charming Illustrations by Rosanna Tasker Feature Adventurous Women in Stylized Worlds

Using a combination of  pencil, crayon, and gouache, Bristol-based illustrator Rosanna Tasker creates evocative illustrations that convey lively energy and fantastical nostalgia. In Tasker’s illustrations, female figures are often the protagonists, with animals and plants playing supporting roles. Strong geometric shapes, concentrated … Continue reading

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Take to the Streets with a Free Font Inspired by Climate Activist Greta Thunburg’s Hand-Painted Protest Signs

A new font, free to all for download and use, is inspired by climate collapse activist Greta Thunburg. “Greta Grotesk” was created by Uno, a new company designing a solution to the disposable beverage cup pandemic. Drawing from the hand-painted … Continue reading

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Complex Societal Issues Conveyed in Minimalist Editorial Illustrations by Eiko Ojala

Illustrator Eiko Ojala (previously) tackles complex topics with masterfully simple images. Though his work often appears to be made with layered paper, the artist clarifies on his website that he works digitally, building each image from scratch. Cleverly using negative … Continue reading

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That’s quite an image – People’s Vote March 2019

 

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Belonging : Patrick Murphy Artist, installation on Walker Gallery, Liverpool for Liverpool Biennial 

Belonging : Patrick Murphy Artist, installation on Walker Gallery, Liverpool for Liverpool Biennial Source: Belonging : Patrick Murphy Artist, installation on Walker Gallery, Liverpool for Liverpool Biennial

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Portraits Using People by Alan Craig

Artist Alan Craig recreates famous iconic photographs with unique giant portraits using aerial photography. Similar to pixels, gatherings of people create these intricately composed portraits. Among some of the portraits recaptured are of the late Elvis Presley, Lucille Ball, and Marilyn Monroe. … Continue reading

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Laurence Vallières’ Animal Masks From Salvaged Cardboard | Make:

Artist Laurence Vallières creates charming animal mask sculptures from salvaged cardboard that cleverly utilize the printed surface of the packaging materials in order to depict the animal imagery. More: Laurence Vallières’ Animal Masks From Salvaged Cardboard | Make:

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