27.11.12 by Jeff

PUTPUT

swiss danish artist duo putput
Swiss/Danish artist duo PUTPUT has been posting some brilliant work over on the Der Greif blog (I told you it was my fav).

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27.11.12 by Jeff

Matthew Palladino

artist painter matthew palladino
Works by Matthew Palladino.

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26.11.12 by Jeff

RONE & MEGGS

RONE & MEGGS
Rone and Meggs sent over new work and it looks like they’ve been goin’ big! This first set of images is from a giant collab wall, and below that is some new work from each of them.

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26.11.12 by Jeff

Qavavau Manumie and Luke Ramsey

Qavavau Manumie and Luke Ramsey
Collaborative drawings by Qavavau Manumie and Luke Ramsey.

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23.11.12 by Jeff

Miaz Brothers

Miaz Brothers artist painters
Paintings by Roberto and Renato Miaz.

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23.11.12 by Jeff

Dude Chilling Park

Dude Chilling Park
Photo credit: @DustinTimms

This is awesome. Vancouver’s Guelph Park is now Dude Chilling Park. Not officially though, The Province reports that the official park sign was secretly replaced by someone “who put a lot of effort into crafting the counterfeit, which even features the official Vancouver Parks and Recreation crest”.

The artist responsible is Viktor Briestensky. I really hope they don’t remove it like they say they will. It is harmless and hilarious.

*Edit – There’s a petition you can sign to show your support, here.

23.11.12 by Jeff

The Where, The Why, and The How

The Where, The Why, and The How: 75 Artists Illustrate Wondrous Mysteries of Science
Lovin’ this book! Art and science together, and not just boring old encyclopedia art! There’s illustrations by 75 artists, many of whom I’ve featured like Jon Klassen, Jacob Magraw, Matt Leines, Patrick KyleCamilla Engman, Gemma Correll, Jeremyville, you get the idea.

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23.11.12 by Jeff

Armin Blasbichler

Armin Blasbichler
“Inception door for the home of a family of four”. I assumed this image by Armin Blasbichler was simply an art piece but according to Design Sponge this is actually one of the doors on Armin’s house in Italy. As is the door below, made out of slides of Pantone chips!

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