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“We Own The Future” – New Mural by Shepard “Obey” Fairey in Chicago

August 1st, 2014

With The Provocateurs set to open tomorrow (July 31st) at Block 37 in Chicago, some of the street artists involved have been hard at work getting up around town, not the least of which was Shepard Fairey, who curated the …

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“Snapshots” – Photographs of San Francisco and San Franciscans by Troy Holden

August 1st, 2014

A self-proclaimed “snapshot photographer”, Troy Holden walks miles and miles of San Francisco to create his street snapshots. Holden’s style is graphic and balanced, with each composition wonderfully crafted around …

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Hand Lettering Typography of Life’s Quotes & Sayings by Ian Barnard

July 31st, 2014

United Kingdom-based logo designer and hand letterer Ian Barnard creates typography lettering by hand. Taking quotes of famous personalities, words of wisdom and more, he creates beautiful art that will put a smile to your …

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The Animal by Samuel Pettersson

The Animal by Samuel Pettersson

July 31st, 2014

Collection of inspiring photo manipulations by Samuel Pettersson. Visit Samuel Pettersson

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Statue by Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

Statue by Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

July 31st, 2014

Creative statue by Japanese artist Yoshitoshi Kanemaki. Visit Yoshitoshi Kanemaki

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Recycle by Anna Pantelia

As a documentary photographer I always have the opinion that photography should tell or create a story. A single photo can not tell a story. However there are photographs that I always like but I couldn’t find a way to use them in order to serve a purpose so they were useless for me. This project called Recycle because it’s an effort to find a way to convert something useless to something usefull. In photography, everything should serve a purpose even if the purpose in not to serve one. Every photograph should reply the question “So, what?”. This project was an experiment on how the urban landscape can coexist with portrait and create a interesting visual effect as the stability of buildings combined with the stability of portraits because of the pose.

Recycle by Anna Pantelia

Recycle by Anna Pantelia

Recycle by Anna Pantelia

Recycle by Anna Pantelia

Recycle by Anna Pantelia

Recycle by Anna Pantelia

Recycle by Anna Pantelia

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Michael Dachstein

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