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gojee

In Uncategorized on July 28, 2012 by argentinan1


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Gojee is a beautifully designed new food lover destination. Tell Gojee what you’re craving and what you might have on your kitchen and that they’ll spoon feed your eyes something dreamy. Got Flour? Black Pepper? Truffle-laced Whole-grain Farm-swaddled Pork Loin? They got a recipe for that.

(Thanks Adam)

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Ara Peterson

In Uncategorized on July 26, 2012 by argentinan1


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Ara Peterson

Occasionally (but all too rarely) we’ll stumble across an artist who has the capacity to perfectly depict movement, and dynamism, and mind-boggling hallucination. This rarity only makes Boston-based sculptor Ara Peterson – who plays mischievously with layers, geometric form and space – more special. His sculptures, revealed here in a slideshow, are Riley-esque in colour and content and, like any Op Art, are able to almost making you very, very sick. (Read more)

www.arapeterson.com
www.ratio3.com/ara-peterson

Ara Peterson

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Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds

In Uncategorized on July 25, 2012 by argentinan1

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds

London’s Rochelle School in Shoreditch is currently hosting an exhibition of pictures of 300 extinct birds created by artists including Jamie Hewlett, Ben Newman, Sir Peter Blake, Ralph Steadman, Margaret Atwood, Rob Ryan, Kai & Sunny, Le Gun (The Tragic Death of the White Gallinule, shown above) and Billy Childish…

The show, entitled Ghosts of Gone Birds, runs until November 23 and have been created in aid of BirdLife International’s Preventing Extinctions programme. Over 100 artists were invited to decide on an extinct bird and bring a bit of art inspired by that specific bird and celebrating its glory days. Birds celebrated inside the show include the Dodo, the Matinique Amazon Parrot, the Black Mamo and the nice Auk. Here’s a collection of a few of our favorite works within the show:

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
Jamie Hewlett’s illustration of a Hawaiian Crow

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
This Bishop’s ‘O’O is by Ben Newman

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
Sculptor Harriet Mead created this King Island Emu

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
The Great Auk – as imagined by Bruce Pearson

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
Dead As A Dodo, by Sir Peter Blake

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
Jack Teagle’s painting of a Black Mamo

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
Billy Childish created this image of a Reunion Owl

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds
This is one among three pieces by Kai & Sunny designed to be shown as a triptych

Exhibition: Ghost of Gone Birds

This is the Pallas’s Cormorant by Ralph Steadman who, as opposed to simply pick one bird, has illustrated 100 birds specially for the exhibition

Ghosts of Gone Birds runs until November 23 on the Rochelle School, Arnold Circus, London E2 7ES

ghostsofgonebirds.com

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CreativeMornings Video: Yancey Strickler

In Uncategorized on July 22, 2012 by argentinan1


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Our speaker on the June 2011 CreativeMornings /NewYork was Yancey Strickler co-founding father of Kickstarter . a gigantic thanks to Sy J. Abudu for filming and editing the debate:

CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for creative types. Each event is freed from charge, and features a 20 minute talk, plus coffee!

You can see photos of the Yancey Strickler CreativeMornings over on Flickr . And you may now follow us on Tumblr !

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Brush

In Uncategorized on July 20, 2012 by argentinan1


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I spotted these amazing brushes over on Mrs. Easton . Point out beauty in ordinary things. The packaging is stunning. (Does anyone know where you’ll get these?)

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Abstract Nonsense

In Uncategorized on July 14, 2012 by argentinan1


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Abstract Nonsense

Walter Kim. Remember his name. A genius in his own right, this man has some way with numbers, robots, and electricity.

www.abstractnonsen.se

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30 Awesome Artworks of Wolverine

In Uncategorized on July 13, 2012 by argentinan1

One of the most well liked character within the X-men series is the deadly and brooding Logan,  also often called Wolverine. Wolverine, a fictional character published by Marvel Comics, have animal-keen senses, enhanced physical capabilities, three retracting bone claws on each hand and a healing power that enables him to get over virtually any wound, disease or toxin at an accelerated rate. To those that don’t know, sooner than his being a member of the well-liked X-men, Wolverine has also been a part of the Alpha Flight and the Avengers. His biggest break came when he became a member of the X-men, where the nature was very hot. His popularity was such that he was a central character in most X-Men adaptations, including animated television series, games, and the live action 20th Century Fox X-Men film series.

The compilation below showcases some artists’ interpretation of the nature in his element. Portrayed by many as a robust mutant, check up on how the artist and architects have playfully and artistically visualized this powerful character through many awesome artworks. Enjoy!

Wolverine


By: caiocacau
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By: marespro13
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Wolverine


By: DashMartin
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Wolverine Zombie


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Wolverine 42 cvr


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By: MiaCabrera
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Itsa Wolverine

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By: dcjosh
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Wolverine Collab

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By: Paranoidvin
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Wolverine at the Hunt

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By: windriderx23
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Wolverine

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By: JPRart
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WOLVERINE

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By: PORTELA
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Simple Wolverine

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By: Zatransis
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Wolverine: Colors

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By: garstu
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A Civil Wolverine

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By: CS-HOWLER
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Wolverine by Ryan Benjamin

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By: juan7fernandez
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WOLVERINE

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By: panelgutter
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OC2 sketch 09 :: Wolverine

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By: Red-J
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Classic Wolverine

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By: AGNakamura
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Wolverine: Origins

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By: Summerset
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Cute Wolverine

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By: drewbrand
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Wolverine inside the Full

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By: Zatransis
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Wolverine vs. Namor

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By: spidermanfan2099
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Wolverine Hunger

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By: Summerset
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Ultimate Wolverine fighting uh

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By: BenHerrera
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Jonboy’s Wolverine

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By: david-grier
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Wolverine: Carni-Brawl 2

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By: faroldjo
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another Wolverine by JHK

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By: eL-HiNO
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WOLVERINE COVER

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By: maehao
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Wolverine

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By: GroundUpStudios
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Leinil yu Wolverine color 4fun

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By: MSpicer76
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