Gaither’s Maximalism Movement Hits Hong Kong!

Gaither's Cube of Maximalism

David Gaither is a contemporary international artist who is currently working on coordinating production of limited edition sculptures in Hong Kong. He recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund his 30-day art residency and art/product collaboration in Hong Kong, China in August 2015.

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Jerome Clem new artworks


Jerome Clem is a French artist, born in Lyon in 1973. He currently lives and works in Clermont-Ferrand, in the center of France.

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Gloomy Sculptures by Hedi Xandt

The gloomy art of Hedi Xandt is balancing on the edge of contemporary art and graphic design. Hedi Xandt was born in Norway, in a family of artists. Since childhood, he is fascinated by digital technologies.

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Incredible Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

Modern Italian sculptor Willy Verginer creates incredible wooden sculptures. The artist creates original, multi-faced compositions by playing with space and color.

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Luciano de Liberato Art

Red by Luciano de Liberato - InteriorZine
Luciano describes his work by saying: It started with minimalistic, line-based research, eliminating concepts of shape and color. After some years, such rigorous work blossomed in a rich and lively language able to convey a broad spectrum of emotions through a dynamic interplay of rhythm and music.

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Girls That Laugh by Danor Shtruzman


Danor Shtruzman was born in Ramat Gan City, Israel and still lives in the same city. “[…] last year I decided to draw happy laughing girls in order to fill my house and life with joy. I made 20 collage book papers by glueing one piece of an image and paint them with watercolour with a brush to create my happy laughing girls” he explains about his project and it is indeed true. If one watches happiness she or he adapts to the environment, becomes more happy. If one adapts as a way of life evolves to happier states of mind. Shtruzman expressed this idea finely.

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Pencil Drawings by Paul

Portraits by Kris Coolens


Kris Coolens was born in Belgium and works and lives in Ghent. He is currently dedicated on portraying faces and he does it nicely. Individuality, loneliness, selfishness, solitary have different interpretations over different contexts. Coolens tried to depict individuality and solidarity through the faces of people he portrayed. Enjoy.

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Zombie Checklist Poster

Are you prepared for the Zombie Apocalypse? If you’ve seen Design Different’s Zombie Safe Zone Maps you may be close. All you need now is a list of the most essential items to bring with you. This colourful and informative list highlights 14 must have items to take with you when you escape the zombie apocalypse.
View the more pictures of this print and a ‘Time Lapse Video’ on how it was made.

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:VIDEO: Photographer Captures Panda Girl in the Wild

Nowhere is Here is the latest video in CrzyPnda’s “Pnda Girl” series. If you’re not familiar with his work, CrzPnda is a black and white photographer whose work centers around capturing the female sensuality in new and unusual ways.

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Food Typography by Becca Clason


Utah-based letterer and graphic designer Becca Clason created this cool series of original artworks combining food and typography.

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“Paint + Plastic Surgery” – Artist transforms Strangers into Bizarre Living Celebrity Sculptures with Paint and Plastic Pieces


With her amazing Paint + Plastic Surgery project, the Canadian artist Marie-Lou Desmeules likes to turn total strangers into celebrities using paint and plastic pieces. From Karl Lagerfeld to Steve Jobs through Mozart, Elvis, Barbie or Pamela Anderson and Kim Jong Un, some strange and offbeat portraits with which the artist questions the notion of beauty and the place of modern icons in our society.

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Creepy Ceramics with Fingers and Mouths by Ronit Baranga


“I would like that anyone who sees my work feels something – what they feel is not relevant to me, as long as they feel. I hope that the emerging feelings will cause the viewers to think about the ideas behind my work.” – Ronit Baranga

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Jane Perkins: artworks inspired by the found objects

The artist Jane Perkins, from Great Britain, presents herself as a “re-maker”, getting inspired by the found objects to which she gives a new value by using them to achieve some extraordinary artworks. After working for a long time as a nurse and as a Mum at home, Jane Perkins obtained in 2006 a degree in Interior Textiles / Surface Design at Somerset College of Arts and Technology. During her studies at Somerset, she was drawn especially to recycling projects, for which, in the last year of studies she focused on such projects. Since 2008, she has been making iconic portraits from various found materials and since 2010 she has been working mainly with plastic objects, with their help she reinterprets famous artworks.

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Modern Ceramic Art by Shiegeki Hayashi

Japanese modern artist Shigeki Hayashi using the traditional ceramic techniques creates whimsical ceramic figurines, inspired by science fiction and manga.

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