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Aug 10, 2014 Photography
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Cristina Hoch is a self-taught Spanish photographer who captured the beauty of the portraits in details.
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Aug 9, 2014 Architecture
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DHAL & GHG Architects designed a house for a family in Madrid, Spain.
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Aug 8, 2014 Tattoo
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Tiny rose, lock, and key by Half Bicycle Tattoo

Tattooing has moved beyond the sheer tribal mark, or a gang stamp. Today, it’s a recognized form of art, while tattoo artists are talented as fine art creatives, often coming from the world of painting themselves. Leaving their signature on living bodies of people, these artists strive to build their own style, while reflecting the innermost feelings and ideas of their clients, who generally choose tattoos that mirror their personalities. Symbolism is the core of tattoo art, and while some symbols are unique and personal, some tattoos are created on the common grounds, bearing a universal meaning. Lock and key tattoos are one of these ink images, one of the most popular selections of the tattooed, universal enough, but always rendered in a profoundly personal manner. They are signs of secrets, mystery, unknown relationships or reservations towards the world, in general.
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Aug 8, 2014 Photography
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Gorgeous Photography by Bloomington, Indiana based photographer Eduardo Izquierdo
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Aug 7, 2014 Illustrations
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These humorous portrait drawings by illustrators in Violaine and Jeremy, a graphic arts studio based in Paris, France.
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Aug 5, 2014 Showcase
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Audrey Kawasaki – Sisters – Audrey Kawasaki is exceptionally skilled in drawing, while creating beautiful, surreal scenes filled with lovely female characters.

Established on the grounds of modernist Surrealism, contemporary Surreal art is a style widely followed by thousands of artists. Although the course of art changed and evolved through history, Surreal Art never ceased to exist, while today it’s undergoing a revival in Pop Surrealism and similar movements.

Original Surrealism started in the second decade of the 20th century as a literary movement. Fascinated by the idea of automatism or automatic writing, a group of artists led by Andre Breton soon became obsessed with automatic drawing as well. They invented a series of new techniques, such as Cadavre Exquis or photo-montage. Belonging to the first generation of Surrealists, there were Max Ernst, Andre Masson, Joan Miro and Man Ray, but the movement reached its painterly peek with Rene Magritte, Yves Tanguy and, particularly with, Salvador Dali. Mexican artist and rebel, Frida Kahlo, is stylistically often associated with the movement, although her art is largely intimistic and engaged.
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Aug 3, 2014 Digital Art
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Digital Art by Rikkun, an artist from Philippines. Rikkun’s work fuses fantasy with 3D effect.
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Aug 2, 2014 Showcase
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Eye Manip

Eyes are the windows of the soul. They are our first and foremost sense, our prime channel of understanding the world. Eyes guide us through our lives, having a role so important and complex, it elevates them above everything else. Eyes are crucial in perceiving art.

In absorbing the visual information of our environment, eyes are the key. But what about the outer aspect of the eyes, what about the way eyes themselves look. Mother nature has been fair to mankind, making their visual organs most beautiful of all. We often fall in love only because of the way we look at each other, or the way we communicate with our sight. The importance of gaze, either male or female, is the subject of numerous philosophical studies, as the carrier of the deep and significant intangible information.
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