“Bez sloganu II”

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Motion design by Revolvika – starting sequence for web series “Bez sloganu II” – created for franciszkanie.net. Concept, art direction, motion&graphic design – Łukasz Musiał&Paweł Brakoniecki, music: Michał Jacaszek.

Ellen Gallagher

Top painter Ellen Gallagher resurfaces at the South London Gallery for another display of lucid and challenging pieces.

Week Without Pesticides

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An awareness campaign for “Week Without Pesticides,” directed by Joris Clerte, Joyce Colson, Olivier Martin, and produced by doncvoila. I like the choice of music and its old era flow.

Link via Scene 360 Illusion

What Does Jack Nicholson Say?

Coulson Macleod delivers the power of black and white art. Distressed white text highlights the coolest of quotes by the coolest of folk. What looks to you like trashy noise is in fact a brilliant work of genius. Lou Reed’s God is rock ‘n’ roll. Coulson Macleod’s God is art.

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The Good, The Bad, The Belle

Barnaby Barford, a porcelain hooligan! Great works.

free will society

Free Will society is new Lounge / Funk / Nu-Jazz band. this is a proposal for logo poster design. the other designs are here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/28665426@N08/


Scarygirl: a stunningly beautiful game… More here.

Jon Rodriguez

Cool portfolio of Jon Rodriguez!


Here’s a photograph taken from a great vintage set that I’ve just stumbled upon. The series was shot by Peter Stackpole (yes, Stackpole) for LIFE magazine back in ‘56. Enjoy.

Check out the other three pics from this series over at colecitva!


Fantastic works by Adhemas Batista

Joshua Davis Updates

Joshua Davis updates.

via NotForPaper

Jacob Livengood Art

Here is some great paintings and illustrations by nearby San Diego, California resident Jacob Livengood.

More of his work via: LOUDream.com

Obama in the Sea of Hope

After 8 years lost in The Sea of Holes… America emerges into the Sea of Hope with a new president at the helm. Yet another way to wear your hope on your sleeves.

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Sylvia Ji’s “Haute Epoch” to Kill at Corey Helford Gallery

Haute Epoch is the latest from the artist known for her drop dead gorgeous renderings of mysterious female characters that appear as if they just stepped out of a swanky Dia de Los Muertos celebration.

via Juxtapoz