Posted on March 11, 2008 Under Art

These well-thought-up porcelain goodies are from the wacky imagination of Sao Paulo artist Buia, who made these when he went to spend time in Japan (he's Japanese-Brazilian) and reflect his approach to art through organic and geometric forms. One is…

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Jeremiah Palecek Hearts Youtube

Posted on March 11, 2008 Under Art

It's been a little over a year since we mentioned Jeremiah Palecek and his unique brand of pop surrealism or nerd art. The Czech painter with a fondness for Nintendo and Google has his name on the tip of our…

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Tony de Marco

Posted on March 4, 2008 Under Art

After Sao Paulo's mayor implemented its yay-worthy Clean City law in 2007 that prohibits egregiously large signage and advertising in public and was heralded around the world, Tony de Marco went around photographing the empty spaces formerly occupied by these…

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Behance Inspiration: Bulgarian Talent

Posted on March 3, 2008 Under Design

Art Director and Illustrator Kliment Kalchev is an all-star from Publicis' office in Bulgaria; on his own time, Kliment is churning out some of the most appreciated projects in the Behance Network. He uses mediums in new ways and has…

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Jantze Brogård Asshoff

Posted on February 29, 2008 Under Design

Often times, a person's life at both home and work is a direct reflection of their surroundings. Is your life dull, well then maybe your furniture is dull? Does that black mesh garbage can that you accidentally spilled coffee through…

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Brian Stauffer

Posted on February 29, 2008 Under Art

If you picked up the New York Times yesterday, chances are you've seen illustrator Brian Stauffer's work. The Miami-based artist is front-and-center on the Home & Garden section of the paper, for an article titled "The Terrible Toll of Art…

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Texas Designer's Map Of The World

Posted on February 29, 2008 Under Life

It's no secret that the stars at night are big and bright deep in the heart of Texas. Heck, everything's bigger in Texas, and better for that matter according to most Texans. Since most inhabitants of the Lone Star State…

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Baglione Criacoes

Posted on February 28, 2008 Under Art

Managing talent is big business that keeps getting more specialized the more creative people get. Some say it's not possible to push your name to the top level without an agency to back you up, and the more niche, the…

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Processes: A Living Painting

Posted on February 27, 2008 Under Art

There are plenty of ways to turn a work of architecture into a canvas. You can illegally spray paint your tag on the Arc De Triomphe or draw a mural on Big Ben, but none of those are recommended because…

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Alice Wang: Asimov's 1st Law

Posted on February 26, 2008 Under Design

Isaac Asimov's first law of robotics stated that "a robot may not harm a human being." While we don't remember Rosie ever bludgeoning Elroy Jetson with her duster, our old friend, Alice Wang, not only worries about the danger of…

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