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Norman Rockwell and his Paintings

Norman Rockwell and his Paintings

April 21st, 2014

A romantic and iconic representation of two kids in love, looking into the moon. This is a typical early Norman Rockwell work, filled with sentimental idealism, illustrative and maybe even borderline kitschy. More art

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355 Mansfield Home

355 Mansfield Home

April 20th, 2014

Designed by Amit Apel Design and located in Los Angeles, California , the 5-bedroom 355 Mansfield home features Japanese style plant separators, grid windows, landscaping – a cozy home to enjoy California indoor/out lifestyle. …

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Digitally Assembled Artwork by Russ Mills

Digitally Assembled Artwork by Russ Mills

April 19th, 2014

Abstract, Gothic and full of emotion, Russ Mills’s artwork is absolutely stunning. A fashion illustrator and graphic designer, Mills is purely fascinated with the human form, particularly the face as it can be seen in his …

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LUPSCOWS Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook

April 18th, 2014

New Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook by Kiel/Germany-based Fashionlabel LUPSCOWS. New Styles, new Designs on T-Shirts, Hoodies, a College-Jacket, some brandnew T-Shirts and all that jazz. Read more

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Blanc Et Noir by Caesar Lima

April 17th, 2014

Portraits done in black and white brings an additional layer of complexity to their subject. The absence of color can give photographs ranging from those with a wide flowing spectrum of soft grey tones to those with dramatic …

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Halloween Drawing Challange by Brian Luong

I participated in a October/Halloween Drawing Challenge last month. A different topic was set for each of the 31 days in the month of October and a drawing was completed each day (or even ahead of time)! A majority of the pieces took less than a day to complete, and sometimes I would finish two pieces a day. By the end of the month, I only missed 4 out of the 31 days. I tried out some different techniques and took a more rendered approach for this challenge. These pieces were done digitally, using Photoshop. Here’s a selection of some of my favorite pieces that came out of the challenge.

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  1. David PetropoulosJune 23, 2013 at 9:03 pm

    Very fun and cool.

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