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    Jessica Rimondi | WORK

    Jessica Rimondi

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    Marco Grassi - A

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    Paige Bradley broke a wax sculpture she spent 6 months making - cast the broken pieces in bronze, then reassembled them with a lighting engineer to produce this startling sculpture in NYC

    Riveting Story Behind that Striking Sculpture

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    Melanie Ferguson - Their Eyes Grew Round Like Moons

    Timeline Photos - Melanie Ferguson

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    Artist : Russ Mills " Byroglyphics"

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    by Mikolaj in Los Angeles (LP)

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    by SOLO in Italy (LP)

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    Dain - Bushwick. NYC...

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    Characters By Bertrand-tramsone-godard - Vignats (France)

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    On the Streets - A Weekly Round Up of the Freshest Global Street Art 11 August 2013 | Ben J. Cotton

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    by Tobias Kroeger in Bremen - from Global Street Art (LP)

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    Strook at work with his assemblage in Mechelen, Belgium, 6/15 (LP)

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    Longing by Andrea Matus

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    by Dcypher in Los Angeles, 8/15 (LP)

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    love this, the tagging on the cloak reminds me of a klimt painting.

    Sign of the Times

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    Seikon New Mural In Parchowo, Poland

    Seikon New Mural In Parchowo, Poland

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    By Deni in Bosnia (globalstreetart.c...).

    streetartglobal

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    Philippe Baudelocque - Street Art 4

    Street art

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    Saatchi Art Artist Loui Jover; Drawing, "perhaps (canvas)" #art

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    New York artist Michael Mapes creates elaborate specimen boxes by dissecting photographs and then compartmentalizing individual fragments within plastic bags, glass vials, magnifiers, in gelatin capsules and on insect pins. The boxes exist in an uncanny area between photography and sculpture, functioning both as portraits and as fascinating scientific canvases that make you question the the logic behind the organization of each piece.

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    Poster / 2 colors

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    Designer: Maddy Porter

    Chicago {Poster Series} - Portfolio

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    This poster uses the grid well. They use color and font size to create hierarchy. I feel that using parts of the photo instead of the whole image of the man creates some movement as well.

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    Well, I kinda still like these body plus graphic shape (or type) kind of designs...

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    Great visual statement, the radial graphic gives the design a nice flow where the eye can travel and explore. Great contrasting images give a general hierarchy.

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