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It’s a Bird! It’s a Plane! It’s Superhero Superstars!

Superheroes meet post-punk royalty in this art mash-up by artist Butcher Billy, and yes, the results are just as amazing as you’d expect.

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By Design: A Peek at Our Blog Style Guide

One of the most exciting parts of our recent blog revamp was tackling a complete visual refresh – we knew that realizing Story by ModCloth meant taking on every pixel, post, and .png. We swung by our graphic designer’s desk to peek at her style guide for our new blog, and ask how she approached reinventing the blog from a design point of view.

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Supporting State Parks Through Rad Design

Doing good has never looked as good as the Pennsylvania Patch Coalition, one design student’s project to bring all 120 of PA’s state parks to life through design.

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Fan Fare: Mel Stringer Takes on ModCloth Street Style

We recently discovered the awesome illustrations by Brisbane-based artist Mel Stringer, and after sharing a few of our favorites, she sent us this lovely thank you note fashioned after one of our original street style posts.

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Video of the Day: ‘The Mew-sician’

After stumbling upon character animation student Maddie Sharafian’s portfolio last week, we quickly fell head over heels for her adorable illustrations and darling short films.

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Crushin’ on Mel Stringer’s Sweet & Stylish Illustrations

We’re smitten with Aussie artist Mel Stringer’s whimsical collection of illustrated girls. See her sweet and sassy work.

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Prints Screen: Nab Our Pattern-rific Downloadable Wallpapers

If you can’t get enough of our new stylebook, Patterns at Play, then you’re in luck! We’re back with another set of free, downloadable wallpapers for your favorite tech tools.

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Treat Your Eyes to Lauren Clay’s Trippy, Wonderful Sculptures

In Brooklynite Lauren Clay’s artwork, the seemingly impossible becomes possible, and our sight benefits from the visual delight.

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Vintage View: Further Back with Andreas Feininger’s Photographs

We can never get enough of the pictorial relics of the Big Apple. We found a copy of the book New York in the Forties on the crowded shelves of a thrift store nearly 3,000 miles away!

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We Love Irana Douer’s Artwork, Yes We Do!

Artist Irana Dour’s bright and bold illustrations feature vibrant hues, simple shapes, and eye-catching details. If we can’t have cat-shaped glasses, admiring these wonderful works is the second best thing.

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