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Hsiao-Ron Cheng

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More work by one of my favourites, Taiwanese illustrator Hsiao-Ron Cheng. Previously featured here. More below.

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Jesper Christoffersen

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Photos by Copenhagen-based photographer Jesper Christoffersen. More below.

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Natali Koromoto Martinez

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Illustrations by Brooklyn-based illustrator Natali Koromoto Martinez. I’ve got a weakness for anything Simpsons. More below.

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Cig Harvey

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“Gardening at Night”, is an on-going series by Maine-based photographer Cig Harvey. More photos below.

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Mike Lee

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Drawings by New York-based artist Mike Lee. More below.

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Sander Meisner

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Photos by Amsterdam-based photographer Sander Meisner. More below.

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Epicly Later’d Chocolate Skateboards (Part 1)

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Photographer Patrick O’Dell’s video series, Epicly Later’d, returns with a feature on the history of Chocolate Skateboards. Filmmaker Spike Jonze, one of the owners of Chocolate, and many of the past and present skaters are interviewed about the brand now celebrating its 20th anniversary.

Chocolate Skateboards was a huge influence on me around the time I was starting Booooooom, from the creative videos to all the Evan Hecox artwork. Watch the video below.

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Photographer Creates Fungus and Destroys Photos with Beautiful Results

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Korean photographer Seung-Hwan Oh began experimenting with mold and film after reading a BBC article about it. He takes photos and stores the film in a warm and wet environment to encourage fungi to grow. Apparently only one out of ever 500 frames of medium format color reversal film turns out properly so it’s a rather expensive creative process. Take a look at more images from his series “Impermanence” below.

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