The wooden sculptures of Paul Kaptein

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Dec 2014

The wooden sculptures of Paul Kaptein

This is the work of Australian artist, Paul Kaptein who crafts these beautiful sculptures out of laminated wood. There is a quiet emptiness to his work, punctuated by invisible figures and these gaping holes created between the panels. Sign up for our newsletter to get...

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The electric portraits of Ruben Pang

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Dec 2014

The electric portraits of Ruben Pang

These incredible paintings are by Singaporean artist Ruben Pang who describes his work as “projections of his psyche, reflecting on notions of prospect, arrival, and transformation. With no preconceived notion of how the painting should look like at its inception, Pang’s process of creation evolves...

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The amazing surreal work of Tetsuya Ishida

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Dec 2014

The amazing surreal work of Tetsuya Ishida

We’d like to pay tribute to Tetsuya Ishida today, an extremely talented Japanese artist who painted these amazing and bleak images. The surreal paintings are dark and the figures are intertwined and at times, merged with buildings and machines, reflecting his reaction to the economic and...

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Emma Webster’s expressive paintings

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Dec 2014

Emma Webster’s expressive paintings

This is the work of Oakland-based artist, Emma Webster. Her strong and colorful abstract paintings explode with expressiveness across the canvas. In a statement by Emma, her “work is about the eventual distancing between people – the slow separation where the ones we love most become...

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Incredible embroidered portraits by Cayce Zavaglia

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Dec 2014

Incredible embroidered portraits by Cayce Zavaglia

Wow!! It doesn’t take an expert on embroidery to know how incredible these embroidered pieces by Cayce Zavaglia are. The portraits, which are about 8” x 10”, are extremely detailed and the way in which she applies the thread adds beautiful texture that mimics brush-strokes....

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On the edge: Self-portraits by Jun Ahn

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Dec 2014

On the edge: Self-portraits by Jun Ahn

These pictures are from the Self-Portrait project by South Korean photographer, Jun Ahn. In the dramatic images, she photographs herself sitting or standing precariously on the edge of buildings overlooking picturesque city skylines. The angles and perspectives she uses are dizzying and at times, border...

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Bringing the outside in by Per Kristian Nygård

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Dec 2014

Bringing the outside in by Per Kristian Nygård

This is a piece by Per Kristian Nygård, called ‘Not Red But Green’ installed at No Place Gallery in Oslo. In it, he fills the gallery with a bright green meadow that seems to flow through the space creating a beautiful juxtaposition between the inside...

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