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“American Iconomics” – Pop Culture Characters On Dollar Bills by James Charles

October 2nd, 2014

In the series “American Iconomics”, artist James Charles uses dollar bills as his canvas and transforms the portraits of presidents into the images of pop culture characters. Using materials and ink that perfectly …

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Popeye the Skullman by Teodoru Badiu

Popeye the Skullman by Teodoru Badiu

October 1st, 2014

Cool 3d character design of Popeye the Skullman by Teodoru Badiu. Visit Teodoru Badiu

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British Music Icons by Marcus Reed

British Music Icons by Marcus Reed

October 1st, 2014

Cool digital portrait illustrations of British music stars by Marcus Reed. Visit Marcus Reed

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Бюстье by Alberto Seveso

Бюстье by Alberto Seveso

October 1st, 2014

Set of hot digital portraits by Alberto Seveso. Visit Alberto Seveso

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“1000+ Coffees” – A One-on-One Coffee Project with all of his Facebook Friends by Matt Kulesza

October 1st, 2014

How many of us can honestly say we know everyone on our Facebook friends’ list? Not Matt Kulesza, a Melbourne-based student. Which is why he recently started a project to have one-on-one coffee with every single one of …

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A big facebook “I like” in Naples

The beautiful installation “I like Naples” designed by the italian artist and designer IABO, for the open-air exhibition Luminaria 03 curated by Simona Perchiazzi, consists in a PVC light panel (200x270x15cm) depicting the famous icon “I like” used by Facebook, one of the most popular social networks. The work “I Like Naples” was installed on the front of San Giacomo Palace (City Hall – Naples, Italy). IABO plays with an immaterial sign carrying it from virtual to the real world.
The strength of this action is to be found in the transition of the insubstantial symbol “I like”, composed of pixels, from the Internet artificial world to the physical existence.

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