03.02.16 by Jeff

Artist Spotlight: Nick Baldridge

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Paintings by Portland-based artist Nick Baldridge. More images below.

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03.02.16 by Staff

Incredible Works of Paper by Artist Matt Shlian

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Mesmerizing paper work by artist and paper engineer Matt Shlian. Often starting without a clear goal in mind, Shlian imposes his own limitations as he goes, sometimes trying to use only curved folds or a particular length of line. See more incredible images below!

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03.02.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Kari-Lise Alexander

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Dreamy series by Seattle-based artist Kari-Lise Alexander. More images from “Inflorescence” below.

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02.02.16 by Jeff

Embroidered X-Rays by Artist Matthew Cox

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Wonderfully strange mix of embroidery, x-rays, and MRI scans by Philadelphia-based artist Matthew Cox. More images below!

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02.02.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Alice Wellinger

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“Landscape Series” by Austrian artist and illustrator Alice Wellinger. More images below.

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02.02.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Nicholas Bohac

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Selection of recent paintings by San Francisco, California-based artist Nicholas Bohac, who we’ve featured a couple times before (click here for previous posts). More images below.

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02.02.16 by Jeff

Reader Submission: Photographer Kevin Faingnaert

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Kevin Faingnaert is a documentary photographer from Gent, Belgium. We came across his work via our January Reader Submissions (submit your own work).

“Banger Days” focuses on a full contact formula where drivers use scrap cars to race, crash and destroy. Check out more images from the series, below!

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02.02.16 by Staff

Artist Spotlight: Stefan Berg

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Portraits by self-taught artist Stefan Berg. More images below.

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02.02.16 by Staff

Ai Weiwei’s Playful Bamboo and Paper Kite Installation at Le Bon Marché

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“Er Xi” (or “child’s play”) sees Ai Weiwei take on ancient Chinese folktales and traditional kite making techniques for the Le Bon Marché in Paris. The whimsical display covers three areas of the iconic department store, helping the contemporary (and sometimes controversial) artist/activist reach a different kind of audience. In addition to the storybook motif, Ai Weiwei incorporates narrative elements from various artistic movements, historical events, as well as his past body of work. Images below!

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