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Michelle Groskopf

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Photos by Los Angeles, California-based street photographer Michelle Groskopf. More below.

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John Lupo Avanti

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Works by Brisbane, Australia-based illustrator John Lupo Avanti. Found via our January Reader Submissions. More below.

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Amy Li

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Photos by New York-based photographer Amy Li. Found via January Submissions. More work below.

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Joel Rea

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Paintings by Queensland, Australia-based artist Joel Rea. More images below.

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Ben Grasso

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Paintings by artist Ben Grasso. More below.

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Ilya Shkipin

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Works by California-based Russian American illustrator Ilya Shkipin. Found via January Submissions. More images below.

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Fred Lahache

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A selection of photos from “Mediterraneo” by Paris-based photographer Fred Lahache. Work found via our Monthly Reader Submissions. More images below.

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Thomas Poulsom’s British Birds Become Official LEGO Set

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Back in 2012 I posted about Thomas Poulsom’s Lego birds, and at that time he was hoping Lego would one day turn his creations into an official set via the Lego Ideas platform. Well that day has finally come! As of January 1st, Thomas’ set of birds is available over on Lego’s website.

The video below shows Thomas’ original idea, a set of British Birds: a puffin, a kingfisher, a woodpecker, a blue tit, a goldfinch, and a robin. You can see lots of images of this series on Thomas’ Flickr page. The set that Lego ended up producing includes a robin, a bluejay, and a hummingbird.

Congratulations Thomas! See the finished set and the video below.

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