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Hargreaves + Levin Explore The Beauty Of Symmetry With Their Mesmerizing Photos Of Patterns Made With Fruits And Vegetables
November 5, 2015 by Tamara Akcay

Chris Forsyth’s Photographs Capture The Architectural Beauty Of Montreal’s Metro System
October 19, 2015 by Hayley Evans

Maurice Mikkers’ Stunning Photographs Of Tears Reveal Their Crystalized Magnificence
September 7, 2015 by Anissa Jousset

Soo Kim Cuts Apart And Reconstructs Photographs Of Cityscapes Until They Become A Whole New Concrete Jungle
August 27, 2015 by Christina Nafziger

Jeffrey Milstein’s Aerial Photography Reveals Stunning Views Of NYC And LA Like You’ve Never Seen Before
July 16, 2015 by Anissa Jousset

Dan Cretu Transforms Real Bananas Into Sculptures By Carving Intricate Geometric patterns Into Them
June 25, 2015 by Tamara Akcay

Pyanek Transforms Everyday Objects Into Unrecognizable Abstractions In His Macro Photography
June 12, 2015 by Christina Nafziger

Chloe Ostmo 3D Installations Out of 2D Photographs Will Trick Your Eye
March 5, 2015 by Stephanie Chan

Urban Explorer Matt Emmett Captures The Desolate Elegance Of Abandoned Places
February 27, 2015 by Sara Barnes

Amir Nikravan’s Deceivingly Flat Pattern Covered Paintings
February 19, 2015 by Shanna Allyn

Grotesque Human And Animal Hybrid Sculptures By Liu Xue:

Chinese sculptor Liu Xue combines a human with an animal, creating a hybrid being.  Each being has a human head with animal appendage (or appendages). A man is merged with a pig, a woman with a chicken, a man with a dog, and more.The result is something we haven’t seen before, one that …

Treathyl Fox’s insight:
Look at that face! You should see the rest of the body! My only question is: Where was this sculptor when they were creating Greek and Roman mythical creatures?

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Tatyana Fazlalizadeh, a Brooklyn-based painter and illustrator, responds to street harassment by creating dialogues through art in public places. Stop Telling Women To Smile, a series of portraits depict strong willed women responding to catcalls or inappropriate comments.”

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