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Victorian Star Wars Characters

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Ok, so I’m on a bit of an artist kick so far this week.  Greg Peltz has done an amazing job of re-imagining some of our favorite Star Wars characters (from the only trilogy that matters) as if they were in the Victorian era.  He’s done some truly amazing work on these and I wanted […]

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Blunt Cards – Greeting Cards for People You Hate

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I have friends and relatives that send me e-cards for my birthday every year.  It’s nice that they remember my birthday, and I’m all about cutting down on the amount of paper in  my house, as well as people saving on postage.  I personally don’t send e-cards, because I can’t even remember my OWN birthday, […]

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Artist Brock Davis

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Brock Davis is an artist many times over, in a multitude of ways.  He creates visual art with a variety of mediums, sometimes anything he can get his hands on.  He is also a musician, writer, graphic designer, and creative director at Carmichael Lynch in Minneapolis, MN.  Much-interviewed, Brock has a list of credits that […]

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The Fact on Hoarding & Hoarders – Infographic

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The Psychology of a Hoarder Up to 5% of the world’s population displays clinical hoarding. Children begin collecting objects at 25 months of age. By age 6, nearly 70% of children collect or store things. Characteristics of a Hoarder Acquiring large numbers of useless items and neglecting or refusing to get id of them. Cluttering […]

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The Weirdest, Funniest and Dumbest Product Labels

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One of the dumbest product labels ever seen has got to me on munitions shipped to the Army together with a hazard warning label on them stating, “Point this Side to Enemy” – as product labels go, if you don’t know which is the business end of your weaponry in the military, we all better […]

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Creatures and Ives

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Artist Chip Trout has a goal. For 91 days he’s going to take a lithograph from a tattered Currier & Ives book and make some…adjustments to it. Since everything is better with monsters, Chip took images that featured lots of action and placed creatures of his own design into the image, often times changing how […]

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Matthew Cusick’s Map Art

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This guy’s art is amazing through and through, but I found myself particularly captivated by his map art.  Yes, you read that correctly.  The man makes art out of pieces of maps.  It has a striking result.  I emailed him to ask him if I had permission to use his images in this post, and […]

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Star Wars Day of the Dead Sugar Skulls

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Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Star Wars Sugar Skull While Día de los Muertos might still be a month away, it can’t be too early to break out this stunning work from John Karpinsky. Visually captivating in color, design and use of pop culture icons, these Star Wars sugar skulls are beautiful […]

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Animal Lipstick Art – Painted Lips

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While hunting through Deviantart.com I found a very clever body paint artist, Viridis-Somnio. She has been extremely creative with her lipstick application and painted her lips to resemble some animals in a very unique way. It certainly doesn’t hurt that she has a killer set of lips to work with and her attention to detail […]

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5 Most High Profile Art Crimes

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Not everyone in the art world has the same taste. Art is one of the most subjective creations of the human experience, and anything from your niece’s scribbles of kittens to that experimental band grinding away on their guitars can be dubbed art, yet there are those universally agreed upon pieces of art that have […]

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