Digital Ink by David Delin

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“David Delin aka 28162n is a freelance designer and artist living in Nantes, France. His illustrations are a mix of urban culture combined with modernity and elegance, resulting in a dose of originality and sensitivity.”

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The Illustration of Stasia Burrington

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“Stasia Burrington (born Stasia Kato) makes her home in Aurora, CO and is a freelance illustrator and sequential artist.”

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The Photography of Julian Murray

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Photos by Los Angeles based photographer Julian Murray.

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“Platonic Crush” by Kelsey Henderson

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“New York-based painter Kelsey Henderson has devoted her latest works to the theme of “platonic crush”. This is the idea of being immediately attracted to someone, without a primary focus on sexual attraction. They reflect encounters with people that you want to look at for a longer period of time, rather than just brushing past them in the street.

This is why Kelsey selected people she was attracted to in this way, they may not be “beautiful” to everyone, but certainly attractive through their uniqueness. They are raw and real beauties, which captivate the viewer’s attention.”

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RUMBLE!! New works by POSE (Video)

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Pose’s solo show RUMBLE!! is currently at the Known Gallery in LA. The show runs through June 12th.

Check out the preview that was produced above. Get full details and view photos from the opening after the jump.

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The Art of Sunny Buick

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Sunny Buick was born in Canada and raised in California. She began her career as a tattoo artist in San Francisco and currently lives in Paris.

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The Art of Fernando Vicente

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Fernando Vicente of Madrid, Spain. He started his career as a comic illustrator and painter during the 80′s.

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The Art of Kelsey Brookes

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“Kelsey Brookes is a former biochemist who attributes his raw style to an education system “that refuses to teach scientists to draw.” He abandoned biochemistry because, “I thought I was going to be there for a few months to get myself some money. Three years later I was left wondering if I had become what I always despised – the funny guy at the water cooler … except not so funny. I was the confused, not so funny guy at the water cooler.” Science’s loss is art’s gain.”

Read more and watch a short documentary about him and his work produced by “The Creative Lives” after the jump.

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“one thousand and one dreams” by Yasmina Alaoui and Marco Guerra

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“Artist Yasmina Alaoui and photographer Marco Guerra love to tantalize their audience. In their life-sized photographic series “one thousand and one dreams“, statuesque bodies appear frozen in time, covered from head to toe in meticulously detailed, contemporary Arabic Henna patterns. Captivated by the realism and sculptural quality of each human form, the viewer becomes lost in an illusion. Each artwork begins with a black and white nude photograph by Guerra. Layers of Alaoui’s complex ink drawings are then fused with the portrait, with breathtaking results. Originally from Chile and Morocco respectively, the couple were inspired by the Thousand and One Nights – a legendary collection of tales from the Middle east – and the magic surrealism of South American literature.”

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Tattooed Dolls by Mimi Kirchner

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Mimi Kirchner is a Boston-based doll-maker and fiber artist. Her creations are made from mostly vintage and recycled materials.

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