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Illustrations by Baran Sarigul

Illustrations by Baran Sarigul

October 24th, 2014

The whimsical illustrations by Bournemouth, UK based illustrator Baran Sarigul. More illustrations

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GIF loops by James Curran

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October 24th, 2014

Awesome work by illustrator James Curran from London. The creative makes inspiring GIF loops, that are dynamic and entertaining. [more creative GIF animations by James Curran]

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Laura Biagiotti by Mimmo di Maggio

Laura Biagiotti by Mimmo di Maggio

October 24th, 2014

Hot fashion photography for Laura Biagiotti by Mimmo di Maggio. Visit Mimmo di Maggio

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HBO’s Leftovers Title Sequence by Jon Foster

HBO’s Leftovers Title Sequence by Jon Foster

October 24th, 2014

Set of awesome digital illustrations by HBO by Jon Foster. Visit Jon Foster

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When Marnie was there by Lisk Feng

When Marnie was there by Lisk Feng

October 24th, 2014

Creative book illustrations by New York – based Lisk Feng. Visit Lisk Feng

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Gwen Murphy’s Incredible Shoe Faces

Graduated with MFA Sculpture in Boston University College of Fine Arts, American artist Gwen Murphy sees a shoe as a kind of fetish, because it has a presence, and the power to protect and transport us.

“Since I was a very young child I have looked at shoes and found them looking back at me, each pair with its particular personality and facial expression. Mouths yawning open, they sometimes look sleepy, grouchy, or fierce.” ~ Gwen Murphy
Murphy’s sculpture Foot Fetish series began in 2005. Since then, she has made close to 60 pairs of shoe sculptures, using only shoes that were second-hand, cast-offs, or found on roadside.
A few of the Foot Fetishes have been made entirely of clay, others of repurposed hardwood forms beautifully carved and found in Massachusetts, which was once home to a booming shoe industry.

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