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Exploring the World, In a Shrub

Our latest stylebook has rekindled our wanderlust, and we think we’ve found our preferred mode of transport: Dallas artist Justin Shull‘s “Terrestrial Shrub Rover.”…

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Elizabeth Hoeckel’s Crazy Cool Collages

“Moonrise” by Elizabeth Hoeckel.

Collages have never looked as cool as those of Baltimore artist Elizabeth Hoeckel, whose fantastic, retro-tinged pieces hint at stories and worlds beyond our wildest imaginations.…

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Slug Toothpaste, a Wooden Carpet, and Will Schlough

Slug Toothpaste. Acrylic on panel, 9″x 20″.

I don’t know about you, but nothing makes me want to brush my teeth more than a slug on the bristles of my toothbrush. Just looking at it — yeah, I really want …

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For Display Only: The Art of Thomas C. Chung

Image via Thomas C. Chung.

Don’t get your hopes up too high — the delectable ice cream sundaes pictured above were created ars gratia artis, and are therefore totally inedible. But don’t they look so delicious? Norway-based artist …

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A Legendary Photographer, Caught on Camera

Today marks the opening day of the new documentary Bill Cunningham New York. The film centers aroundyou guessed itthe life of legendary fashion photographer Bill Cunningham, who many herald as the original street style …

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Is There a ‘Map-p’ for That?

Images via MattCusick.com. Click images to view in a larger size.

Imagine if you asked me for directions and I pulled out a suitcase-sized paper map. You’d be all, “Huh?”

It’s all about the internet these days, and as a …

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What I Wore Today—Now With Illustrations!

“11-12/02/2011″ by Flickr user Firstladypatate.

The online fashion remix phenomenon, What I Wore Today, has spawned a book and inspired millions, but lately, it’s the trend’s illustrated offshoot I can’t stop thinking about. I admit to being mildly obsessed with …

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An Aussie Artist's Tribute to Local Wildlife

During my daily online art crawl, I stumbled across Amy Borrell‘s “Bird Eggs of Australia” print. I don’t even like birds that much, and can’t tell you what half of the birds listed above even look like, but …

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The Double Lives of Norman Rockwell's Work

Are you in New York for Fashion Week? Chances are whether you are visiting or live in the area, you just might be looking for a way to escape from the madness. Take a trip down to the Brooklyn

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Dresses to Remember: Louise Richardson's Garment Art

Each new day brings a new online obsession, with today’s crush being artist Louise Richardson’s ethereal dresses. The Norwich School of Art and Design grad’s otherworldly, mixed media garments and sculptures revolve around the themes of storytelling, memory, and …

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Plants and Animals

Being the crazy cat lady that I am, I just can’t resist sharing these incredible Steven Eichorn collages of (wait for it…) cats and plants!  This is but a mere sampling of the collection that can be viewed on his

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The Brilliant Street Photography of Vivian Maier

While browsing the web yesterday, I came across this amazing blog dedicated to the photography of Vivian Maier. The story about the discovery of her work is perhaps just as fantastic as the iconic images themselves: Her collection of …

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A Mantra for 2011

Image via Mel Stringer.

I saw this on Tumblr last night, and thought it was too good not to share. This adorable drawing comes from Aussie illustrator and visual artist Mel Stringer, who declared it her new “mantra …

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Keira Rathbone is Our Type


Image courtesy of Keira Rathbone

Look closer, it’s not just pencil on white paper. Yes, these intricate images are indeed made up of thousands of hyphens, parentheses, letters, numerals, and other symbols. With the help of a vintage typewriter, artist …

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