How to Wednesday: Awesome faux butterfly shadowbox idea from Lonny.Com
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How to Wednesday: Awesome faux butterfly shadowbox idea from Lonny.Com

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António Soares is a talented fashion illustrator and artist currently living and working in Porto, Portugal. He uses water color to capture the latest runway and editorial looks, carefully composing each subject by setting vibrant detail against minimal background. 

Tuesday Trivia: The most expensive photo ever sold was photoshopped.  It’s called Rhein II, and was made by German visual artist Andreas Gursky in 1999. Gursky took the photo and removed details like buildings and people walking dogs. While that might make the price seem silly, or the photo not authentic, it seems to work for the betterment of the photo.
See more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhein_II
Tuesday Trivia: The most expensive photo ever sold was photoshopped.  It’s called Rhein II, and was made by German visual artist Andreas Gursky in 1999. Gursky took the photo and removed details like buildings and people walking dogs. While that might make the price seem silly, or the photo not authentic, it seems to work for the betterment of the photo.


See more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhein_II

 Save our trees. Happy earth day!

Save our trees. Happy earth day!

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Monday Madness: When photographer Nick Brandt first visited Lake Natron, in Northern Tanzania, he was shocked by the macabre animal statues he saw aligned across its shoreline. He later found out something even more shocking – those were real animals calcified by the lake’s alkaline water. Natron, which gives the lake its name, is a naturally occurring compound found in volcanic ash. It’s the same mineral the Egyptians used to preserve their mummies. 

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 Doubt can be good, but it can make you worst…

Doubt can be good, but it can make you worst…

 You’ve been egged! Happy Easter!

You’ve been egged! Happy Easter!

Hyperealist Art: Denis Peterson is a New York based artist of Armenian descent known around the world for his incredible photorealist artworks. Denis Peterson starts the creation process by taking a photo of his subject or scenery, magnifies it up 1 – 2000 times, to capture every small detail, and begins painting.

Home Décor: Slovenia-based architecture students Tadej Podakar and Luka Fabjan of TRIpike studio envisioned an elegant shelving unit combining simplicity, usability and quality. REMLshelf is flexible wall hanger with plenty of storage space for various small objects.

Using a black Isograph 0.10mm pen, French illustrator Xavier Casalta drew  a cluster of dots the size of a speck of dust and follows with a few hundred thousand more to create swooping letterforms, shadows, and gradients. 

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