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History of the Nike Logo

History of the Nike Logo

Since 1971 Nike has established itself as the world's most successful sportswear brand. Its famous "swoosh" is one of the most widely recognized logos, bolstered by ambitious advertising campaigns and endorsements...

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Recycled Art by Jane Perkins

Recycled Art by Jane Perkins

UK artist Jane Perkins makes creative use of plastic in this series of elaborate portraits and recreations of classic paintings. While upcycled art is not new, what makes Jane's work so exceptional and stand out is...

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History of the Pepsi Logo

History of the Pepsi Logo

Pepsi is one of the most globally recognized logos in the world. Its rich history spans over a century and its current form is the culmination of many changes - a constant exercise in progressive minimalism as the...

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Printing Will Never Die

Printing Will Never Die: A Fine Print Story

Nine years ago, I wrote a letter from the heart about the printing industry, which some have said and continues to say is dying. And while the industry has experienced a certain degree of decline, we are living proof...

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Andrew Myers Painted Screw Portraits

Andrew Myers Painted Screw Portraits

California artist Andrew Myers puts a lot of patience and creativity into his award winning paintings and sculptures. Using thousands of philip's head screws, some paint and a lot of imagination, Andrew builds...

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The Stunning Pencil Portraits of Franco Clun

The Stunning Pencil Portraits of Franco Clun

Italian artist Franco Clun demonstrates incredible skill with a pencil in these hyperrealistic portraits of people, animals and places. Far from the rough doodles one might expect from one of the world's oldest and...

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The Recycled Portraits of Zac Freeman

The Recycled Portraits of Zac Freeman

Florida artist Zac Freeman breathes new life into discarded objects in this stunning series of expressive portraits, where recycling bins, keyboards and gadgets are explored and excavated with painstaking precision to...

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Hari and Deepti Papercut Dioramas

Hari and Deepti Papercut Dioramas

Mumbai artists Hari & Deepti are a creative husband and wife duo with a gift for storytelling, illustration and fine art. In 2010 they began to experiment with cut paper as a medium, fashioning layered motifs with...

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Hyperrealistic Pastel Landscapes by Zaria Forman

Hyperrealistic Pastel Landscapes by Zaria Forman

Brooklyn artist Zaria Forman brings astonishing hyperrealism to this collection of stunning landscape drawings. Each one is rendered in pastel, a feat unto its own given the tempermental nature of the medium. Pastels...

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Animal Hand Paintings by Guido Daniele

Animal Hand Paintings by Guido Daniele

Italian artist Guido Daniele takes bodypainting to extremes in these life-like depictions of animals that employ the use of hands as painted canvases. The Milan native has been painting illusions at both small and...

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Brilliant Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli

Brilliant Shadow Art by Fabrizio Corneli

Italian artist Fabrizio Corneli presents a striking collection of works; comprised exclusively of light which is reflected and absorbed according to his will. Shadows are cast from hand cut stencils pasted...

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Beautiful Tape Art by Max Zorn

Beautiful Tape Art by Max Zorn

Brown packaging tape is probably not the first place most folks would reach for a creative expression. In this regard, Amsterdam artist Max Zorn is definitely not most people, as demonstrated in these staggering works...

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