Antonio de Luca is a 38-year-old artist born in Sicily. He graduated in painting and architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. For many years he worked as an illustrator, comic book and storyboard artist as well as production designer with several Italian and international companies. Let’s take a look at some of his artworks. Enjoy!
Holland has more bikes than people ! Here is one of the most original repurposing an old radiator. More informations on Zeutch.com
Hand-stitched leather card holder made for the weekends. Casual yet tastefully design to hold more than 5 cards and cash. The rope and key fob split-design is a signature of MO Tang. It can be transformed to suit any style of carrying. It can also double up as a iphone 5s stand. High quality Vegetable Tanned Leather is chosen and it will age nicely with a unique patina.
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Dale has established himself over a period of six years as being one of the most respected and individual artists on the London art scene. Collectors and buyers have appreciated his distinctively direct and passionate style internationally.
GoldieBlox started as a Kickstarter project and, thanks to the overwhelming response, engineer Debbie Sterling is now making her toys to help inspire girls to be just as badass at building and inventing as boys while still being able to enjoy feminine things.
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Who would not want to take a ride through google maps (and street view) into Middle Earth (the forest with the Trolls (beware), Rivendell (Rivendell) and the fortress of Dol Guldur)? This is your chance…
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Vanessa Dualib is a talented and creative artist from Brazil. Eggbert is the hero of her creative series of the survival of an egg called The Eggventures of Eggbert.
What might some of the rock ‘n’ roll era’s greatest stars like Kurt Cobain, Jimi Hendrix, Elvis Presley, John Lennon or Bob Marley have achieved and what might they look like now, if they had not died before their time? To explore these tantalizing questions, Sachs Media Group partnered with photo restoration and manipulation company Phojoe to create this gallery of images.