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Why Did You Do That, 2010, 16 mm, 1:32 by la deeda. Note: The actual screening version is cut to 1:32 and looped

Why Did You Do That, 2010, 16 mm, 1:32 by la deeda. Note: The actual screening version is cut to 1:32 and looped

evanisoline:  Evan Isoline, *Detail of ’CRUCIFIXION’, Mixed Media Installation Pacific Northwest College of Art, Open Studios, November 14th, 2014.

evanisoline: Evan Isoline, *Detail of ’CRUCIFIXION’, Mixed Media Installation Pacific Northwest College of Art, Open Studios, November 14th, 2014.

High School Girl? メーク女子高生のヒミツ (The Secret of High School Girls) - This video will surprise you I think...interesting way to prove how good their makeup is...Notice the picture in the book at the beginning and at the very end...it is a dual image...what you see depends on the orientation of the book...don't want to say too much...

High School Girl? メーク女子高生のヒミツ (The Secret of High School Girls) - This video will surprise you I think...interesting way to prove how good their makeup is...Notice the picture in the book at the beginning and at the very end...it is a dual image...what you see depends on the orientation of the book...don't want to say too much...

John Yuyi is the voice or rather the eye of every Internet bred millennial, providing a fresh and innovative take on art about the Internet, avoiding...

John Yuyi is the voice or rather the eye of every Internet bred millennial, providing a fresh and innovative take on art about the Internet, avoiding...

Adam Parker Smith transforms party balloons into busts reminiscent of antiquity. The campy pop culture of big-box party supplies mixes with the finely-wrought craftmanship of Parker Smith's work, tricking the eye into assuming the busts are innately simple—not the case. The artist takes into account classic arts while dipping his toe into an artist favorite point of meditation: consumerism.

Adam Parker Smith transforms party balloons into busts reminiscent of antiquity. The campy pop culture of big-box party supplies mixes with the finely-wrought craftmanship of Parker Smith's work, tricking the eye into assuming the busts are innately simple—not the case. The artist takes into account classic arts while dipping his toe into an artist favorite point of meditation: consumerism.

A roundup of our favorite designs launched last week at ICFF, Colony, Wanted, The Future Perfect, Matter, and more.

A roundup of our favorite designs launched last week at ICFF, Colony, Wanted, The Future Perfect, Matter, and more.

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