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Art of teh day: Lu Cong

January 21, 2013

Lu Cong’s paintings appear to be extremely engaging (at least from what I can tell on the Tubes). I just must see one in person. [Image (c) by Lu Cong]

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Art of teh day: Heinz Maier

January 17, 2013

Macro-photography of water drops by Heinz Maier. Beautiful.

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Art of teh day: Fashion cinemagraphs

January 5, 2013

Honestly, I think the use of cinemagraphs and fashion just makes sense, and I love what this site is trying to feature. The marriage of the technique with the product just makes more sense than anything else.  

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Art of teh day: Jay Burton’s highly sensual flowers

December 28, 2012

Jay Burton, a fellow Texan, can make a flower sexy in way that most of us can’t imagine. And I mean really sexy. His photography evokes a lot of emotion if you spend time with it. I’m lucky to know him, and you would be lucky to own one of his pieces. [Image stolen from [...]

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Art of teh day: “Moggy” by a “Mark Entwisle”

December 27, 2012

Something about this photo caught my eye. The woman’s arm in the driver’s window is suggestive.     [Image by Mark Entwisle]

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Art of teh day: Banksy (Modified)

December 26, 2012

Here is my art for teh day. I particularly like that Koons’ Balloon Dog is muzzled, and of course, the citizen modifications.   [Image (CC) by designwallah]

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The Making of Artrepreneurs

September 21, 2012

From John Maeda, President of Rhode Island School of Design, in a Wired Op-Ed: We want the products we buy to be made responsibly, sold truthfully, to have come from the mind of a human being just like us – not just from an algorithm. [¶] Art speaks to us as humans, not as “human capital.” [...]

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