Posts Tagged: New York

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The Fantastic World Of Yoko Furusho

Yoko Furusho is a Japanese artist and illustrator that lives in New York. Born in Tokyo, the artist moved to New York to study illustration at the School of Visual Arts, building her career as a professional illustrator/artist. In her illustrations, she draws
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Sachin Teng – Surreal Illustrations

Sachin Teng is an artist living and working in New York City. He attended Pratt Institute for BFA in Communication Design with a focus in Illustration. For him art is everything, "the original subliminal message" that influences every aspect of ones life. I
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Dave White – Amazing Paintings

Born in Liverpool, England in 1971, Dave White has an unique manner of exploring modern cultures and society with his rather explosive way of applying paint in his artworks.
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Anthropologie – Romanian Folk Inspired Collection

Every season we look for new trends on the runways of Milan, Paris or New York, but things are looking up for the Romanian fashionistas. Traditional clothing specific to a very beautiful region in Romania called Maramures, are highly sought after these days.
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Nick Georgiou – Creative Paper Sculptures

As we enter more and more into the digital era, the written word printed on paper it's becoming an artifact of the 21st century. Arizona based artist, Nick Georgiou, has found an unique way to pay homage to the printed word by creating portraits out of news papers.
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Ray Villafane – Carved Pumpkins

Since Halloween is just around the corner, we thought it's only appropriate to give you some ideas about how your pumpkins should look like. And no example is more perfect than the crafty and artistic pumpkins, created by American sculptor Ray Villafane.
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Jung Yeon Min – Psychedelic Art

Jung Yeon Min is a Korean artist, born in 1979, in Kwangju, South Korea. In her surrealist works, the artist breaks the boundaries of imagination, transporting the viewer into the world of extraordinary, where the macro and micro coexist and rules of physical space