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Illustrations by Daniel Teixeira

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Artist & Illustrator:

Obscure Design



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Porn it’s a gift from god LOL

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Muriel Nisse: "La Mue"

Muriel Nisse is a young French artist who creates amazing masks and extraordinary headdresses, from another time, from another world. Nisse and director Dorian Groug made this video to stir your imagination. Make sure you’ll accept this challenge and make sure you’ll check out Nisse’s great work.

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Edie Nadelhaft

Edie Nadelhaft is a painter and sculptor based in New York, NY. She received an BFA in 1995 from Massachusetts College of Art, Boston.

In her two series “Flesh & Biters”, Edie uses her own hands and mouth as the subjects for her paintings. From close-up to extreme close-up, her detailed paintings of her hands explore the complexity of skin. The crisscrossing of millions of lines and the bulges of a clenched fist at such close angles turn the hand into a strange landscape.

Close ups of her mouth rendered with vivid colors of pink and white contrasts beautifully against deep cherry red creating a lusty undertone. The closeness of her painting have such an intensity, it almost feels like she’s chewing in your face while you look at them.

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Annie Lennox - Love song for a Vampire
by Hajin Bae

How much I love this song!

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Drugs Under The Microscope

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PHOTOGRAPHY: Photographs That Explore the Feeling of Anxiety

Photographer John William Keedy has had to deal with an anxiety disorder for some nine years now.

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Georgia Russell: ‘yann ‘ art created with a scalpel

is a Scottish artist who slashes, cuts and dissects printed matter, transforming books, music scores, maps, newspapers and photographs into patterned abstractions that leave a resemblance of the original but transport it to another time and place where everything is fragmented, and always in flux.

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Modern and retro collection by Matt Lipps

at Jessica Silverman Gallery

Matt Lipps’s photographic practice is heavily reliant on acts of appropriation. His pictures showcase meticulous, collaged dioramas, their elements sourced from the pages of disparate publications like Time-Life magazines or Ansel Adams coffee table books. After his choice images have been extracted, Lipps’s process involves re-organizing the cutouts into new compositions, which are defined by contrasting elements—anachronistic associations, juxtaposing scales, or a conflation of familiar iconography with obscure imagery. Lipps then photographs the staged montages against colorful, precisely lit backgrounds. The resulting photos are decidedly idiosyncratic as well as challenging; within Lipps’s reinvented contexts, the appropriated imagery questions ingrained hierarchies and categorical thinking.

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Jim Kazanjian