Koji Iyam: Colorful Masking Tape Installation

Art director and graphic designer Koji Iyama has been staging installations across Japan to promote the multifunctional uses of mt-masking tape. His latest installation arrived in Sendai, almost 2 years after it was ravaged by the devastating tsunami. Staged within an old warehouse, and ...

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Lizzie Buckmaster Dove: Pool, The Alchemy of Blue 2013

Using discarded chunks of concrete from an old pool, Lizzie Buckmaster Dove, creates ethereal arrangements that seem so deliberate yet organic....

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Jonas Wood: Paintings

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The Layered Sculptures of Jeremy Earhart

Jeremy Earhart’s artwork has won my heart. Having seen it in person during my trip to Austin, I am a new fan. Combining traditional methods of craft with fun materials like Plexiglas, he makes all of his pieces by hand. Inspired by early ...

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Ulrike Zöllner: 2013 Calendar Etchings

Ulrike Zöllner created these fantastic etchings for the 2013 calendar year.       View the whole post: Ulrike Zöllner over on BOOOOOOOM!.

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Dan Golden: Paper Clip Paintings

Paintings by Dan Golden....

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HelloMyNameIsSy: Saint Petersburg Street Art

Paintings by HelloMyNameIsSy. Saint Petersburg, Russia.

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Andrew Groves: Miscellaneous Adventures

We've posted Andrew Groves' illustrations on Design is Blank before, but never realized what an awesome wood carver he is. "Born from a fascination with the natural world, adventures in mountains and forests and objects with magical properties, Miscellaneous Adventures is ...

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Gunilla Klingberg: Wheel of Everyday Life

Swedish artist Gunilla Klingberg uses familiar branding that inundates the masses in her latest work entitled Wheel of Everyday Life....

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Ben Frost: Packaging Paintings

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Stefaan de Croock: Dear Deer

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blackLAB Architects: colourSPACE

colourSPACE is a wall of 12,000 pencil crayons created by blackLAB Architects....

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Shane Koyczan: To This Day

  To This Day Project is a project based on a spoken word poem written by Shane Koyczan called “To This Day”, to further explore the profound and lasting impact that bullying can have ...

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Philippe Blanchard: GIF Installation

These GIFs of an installation by Philippe Blanchard appear to move because of chroma keying, an old standard in Hollywood. Is it possible for an animation to become “physical"? The work of Toronto artist Philippe Blanchard gets pretty close. ...

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Aakash Nihalani: Test GIFs Series

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Luciana Novo: Polar Bear Head

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Eduardo Kobra: Oscar Niemeyer Mural

Brazilian street artist Eduardo Kobra is currently finishing his tribute to the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer, who passed away last december at the age of 104. The new mural is 52 meters tall, 16 meters wide and it ...

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Interview: Roborob

  We had the pleasure of talking to Los Angeles graphic designer/artist/human Roborob who recently had his first art show at SS Gallery in the Arts District this past January.    Can you explain to our ...

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Dad spends 7 years on incredibly detailed maze

Some people have hobbies. Other people are obsessive. But when the two cross paths, this is what you get. Japanese twitter user @Kya74 recently unearthed an incredibly detailed maze that her father created almost 30 years ago. When pressed for details, the ...

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Jonathan Latiano

                                Sculptures by Jonathan Latiano.

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Drawings from Sagaki Keita

Japanese artist Sagaki Keita creates composite pen and ink illustrations using thousands of densely drawn doodles to form a bigger picture. The amount of time to draw these must be substantial. You can see more on his website. Via Colossal. Relat...

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The intricate paper models of Zim & Zou deserve a few minutes of your time

With their achingly intricate paper sculptures of hummingbirds, Game Boys and burgers, French graphic design duo Zim & Zou have been showing the rest of us for a while now what can be done with a stanley knife and a steady hand. Eschewing the computer ...

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Rob Sato

Paintings by Rob Sato.

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Yusuke Oono’s 360 degree Christmas book

Back in October, Yusuke Oono won a contest by designing a palm-sized book that opens up 360 degrees, creating an entirely 3-dimensional storytelling world. He’s now come out with an equally stunning Christmas version, created in ...

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Anatomical Cross-Sections Made with Quilled Paper by Lisa Nilsson

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Light Drawings by Pablo Picasso

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Before I Die I Want To…

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Jaehyo Lee

Wood sculptures by Jaehyo Lee.

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A “Cloud” Made Of 12,000 Blank Sketchbooks

  Cloud invites students to check out one of its books and use it as a notebook or diary. If you’re a certain age, you remember checking out books--smelly, peeling, honest-to-god books--from the library. And if you remember that, you likely also remember the fun in checking the index ...

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Lauren Francescone: Circles

 

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