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“Summer Over The City” – Aerial Photographs Of New York City by George Steinmetz

July 30th, 2014

New Jersey-based photographer George Steinmetz, known for his amazing aerial photographs taken from a paraglider, recently shot a series of gorgeous aerial photographs of New York City for a photo essay by The New Yorker. …

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A Separate Reality 09 by Alex Andreyev

A Separate Reality 09 by Alex Andreyev

July 30th, 2014

Collection of beautiful digital illustrations by Alex Andreyev. Visit Alex Andreyev

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Lady Autumn Breeze by Stefka Pavlova

Lady Autumn Breeze by Stefka Pavlova

July 30th, 2014

Collection of amazing fashion portraits by Stefka Pavlova. Visit Stefka Pavlova

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Siren by Joseph Alexander

Siren by Joseph Alexander

July 30th, 2014

Joseph Alexander wanted to push this concept a little further by expanding it’s defintion. The aim was to create a series of photographs representing feminine power and beauty. He played with themes focused around mother …

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Living Sculptures by Mike Campau

Living Sculptures by Mike Campau

July 30th, 2014

A conceptual series by Mike Campau that was constructed to give human personality and activity to an otherwise nondescript structure. By adding wardrobe, and movement within the clothing, the sculptures instantly take on …

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Artworks by Aske aka Sicksystems

Aske aka Sicksystems is a Moscow-based graphic artist who started his artistic career in 2000 as a graffiti writer and later moved on further developing his style in graphic design, typography, illustration, and modern graphics. Aske’s unique style has become quite popular in Europe and North America, and his client list includes both large prominent companies and small independent brands. In 2010 Print Magazine, USA chose Aske along with other nineteen young artists from all over the world for their special annual issue called New Visual Artists—20 under 30. Aske doesn’t limit his art to certain art forms and enjoys creating both digital artworks, as well as canvases and art objects made out of plywood and foamed polystyrene. What he loves best is to combine working on a computer with handwork.

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