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The Dynamic Illustrations of Si Scott

Manchester artist Si Scott thrives at the intersection of fine art, creative direction and typography in this series of pen and ink illustrations.

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The Shadow Mastery of Kumi Yamashita

NYC artist Kumi Yamashita makes creative use of shadows and negative space in this series of mesmerizing sculptures.

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The Multimedia Works of Lizzie Buckmaster Dove

Australian artist Lizzie Buckmaster Dove employs a wide variety of of media in her fascinating depictions and uses of the natural world.

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The Flexible Paper Sculptures of Felix Semper

North Carolina artist Felix Semper pushes papercraft and sculpture to mindbending limits with his unique brand of flexible paper sculptures.

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The Elaborate Paper Quills of Lisa Nilsson

New England artist Lisa Nilsson takes paper quilling to elaborate extremes in stunning anatomical cross sections, and opulent rug patterns.

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The Origami Mosaics of Kota Hiratsuka

After much practice folding and assembling abstract patterns and wildlife portraits, Kota has mastered the art of bending geometry to his creative will.

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Gold Leaf Prints of the Human Brain by Greg Dunn

American artist/neuroscientist Greg Dunn + Dr Brian Edwards bring new perspective to the mind in 'Self Reflected' - a series of prints of the the human brain.

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The Hyperrealism Portraits of Arinze Stanley

Nigerian artist Arinze Stanely attains astonishing levels of detail and precision in these graphite portraits, each one a feat of hyperrealism.

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The Interactive Art of Tezi Gabunia

They say that art imitates life, but Tblisi artist Tezi Gabunia erases the line between both with a unique collection of paintings and installations.

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The Curious Worlds of Antanas Gudonis

Finnish artist Antanas Gudonis delivers a healthy dose of creativity and fun in these highly whimsical digital illustrations.

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The Colossal Installations of Amanda Parer

Australian artist Amanda Parer develops colossal installations that invade public spaces in the most whimsical fashion.

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The Illustrated Wastelands of Paul White

California artist Paul White illustrates the decay of the industrial age in these impeccably executed color pencil drawings.

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