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80 comments:

yatzer said...

Dear Angelo,

PLEASE KEEP inspiring us.....!!

HAPPY NEW YEAR

Costas Voyatzis on behalf of all the Yatzer Team
www.yatzer.com

Alessandro said...

Hello world

maybe you should see this http://picnicinthedolomites.com
a daily update on fashion, design, illustration and photography designed to make people happy.

have fun

David said...

'Analog Decay' is a series of images derived primarily from intentionally damaged film. They are about how things change over time, particularly photographic materials, plus artworks in general. They raise questions about quality and longevity, against the backdrop of our continuing transition from analog to digital... everything. Enjoy!

David McGlynn NYC

http://www.davidmcglynn.com/analog_decay/analog_decay_01.html

http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=2042173&id=1142150339&l=567aa4bef1

Javier said...

Hi.
Mi ame is javier, and I have a culture magazine in PDF, 200 dias en Sing-Sing (www.singsing.es). It's in Spanish, but there are a lot of things about culture, graphic design, painter, music... Thanks a lot. cheers

boris said...

just have a look at our work ...

http://www.flickr.com/porelsol

take care, b.

Ziemowit said...

I'm a London based illustrator / designer / art director,

and I would be more than happy if
you showcased some of my work:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/ziemowit_maj/

http://www.behance.net/Ziemowit

Don't hesitate to contact me if you need more information.

Kind Regards,

Ziemowit

Naïs calmettes & Rémi Dupeyrat said...

Les installations du duo d'artiste NaÏs Calmettes et Rémi Dupeyrat ont une dimension graphique. Leur intérêt pour les objets porteurs de sens est proche d'une attitude de collectionneurs.

Jeffrey Meyer said...

http://www.goofbutton.com/collage.html

Matthias said...

Hey,
you posted quite a few works involving any kind of shrouds lately, so you might be interested in this sketch of the motive's history:

http://ganymed.castor-und-pollux.de/2010/01/rene-magritte-und-andere/

juan rodrigo said...

PORTRAITS FROM MONTERREY MEXICO



http://juanrodrigollaguno.blogspot.com/

VISART-FLASH said...

Hello,

i like to send my work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FGwOkpQs94
and its would be geat to see in your site again

it called in englis provocations or someting else

thanks
Kiraly Andras
www.kiralyandras.net

LukeHowlin said...

lukehowlin.blogspot.com

ARTBLOG
LUKE HOWLIN

lukehowlin@hotmail.com

Leanne said...

www.thisistomorrow.info

this is tomorrow brings together a carefully-edited selection of international contemporary art exhibitions and projects. Our focus is on innovative projects that challenge existing norms or formats of artistic thinking. Over time, this is tomorrow will grow into a virtual archive of contemporary art - its value lying not just in providing access to current shows but in the history it writes as time passes.

leanne@thisistomorrow.info

Marco Testini said...

ciao angelo scusa se te lo sto chiedendo insistentemente, ma vorrei sapere se ti è arrivata la mail con le immagini che servono a completare l'inserimento che hai fatto del mio lavoro labbramagnetiche

grazie

Marco Testini said...

angelo hai ricevuto la spiegazione in inglese?
non capisco se ti sono arrivate le mail
fammi sapere

gioVanni stiMolo said...

Ciao Angelo,

il tuo blog è una miniera!

Ti mando i miei link:

http://flavors.me/gioVanni_stiMolo
http://vimeo.com/giovannistimolo

Ti ringrazio per l'attenzione, ciao e buon lavoro.

mark robinson said...

hello love your blog could you look at my work and give me any feedback thanks from mark robinson
http://www.wix.com/MarkRobinson/XMarkRobinsonX

david said...

hi guys good blog...! here some of my work

http://fealissimo.blogspot.com

Hugo said...

Hello,
you can discovert my new series of 3d computer graphic images called "DUPLICATE. SERIAL OBJECTS" here :
www.hugoarcier.com
or on flickr

Hugo Arcier.

Kel said...

you might want to see this site:

http://caloygernale.weebly.com

It is the official site of Filipino contemporary artist Carlo "Caloy" Gernale.

AW said...

http://www.youmightlikethis.com/2010/03/triptych-tuesday-alastair-t-willey/

theartVIEw said...

I am interested in a link swap - see my blog: http://theartview.blogspot.com/

Christina Entcheva said...

Hi,

I wanted to share my website and a few of my recent drawings with you:

Cowardice:
http://tinyurl.com/yhlcemg

Excess:
http://tinyurl.com/ykfz34a

Website:
http://christinaentcheva.com


Thanks for looking! Keep up the great work - your blog is wonderful.

Best,
Christina

Neil Wood said...

Hello Angelo,

This blog is great - what a great big EYE it is - thank you.

Please feel free to discover my art slideshow at:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/neilwoodartanddesign/show/

Best regards,
Neil Wood

Los Vocalino said...

Hi Angelo, how are you?

We want to share with you our new series from “TURISTA”. This time we´ve added our father Oscar to the pictures.
We tried to reproduce the ilussion of learning to copy your father moves trough an imaginary mirror.

You can find the complete series in this link (we uploaded it last monday) http://losvocalino.com/2010/sessions3/
Please feel free to use or ask us about any image, its a pleasure for us to share our new work with you.
Kind regards,
Ariel & Sebas Vocalino

JOCE said...

crazy type treatments
www.behance.net/magnet

looop part cat said...

http://looooopartcat.blogspot.com/
go go go

Michael Bussell said...

These pieces are from a series I'm working on that is study of habits and how they relate to religious shrines or ritual. I'm 18 years old and will be a freshman at Maryland Institute College of Art in the upcoming semester. This is probably a pretty naive submission but I figured it couldn't hurt.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/michaelbussell/sets/72157613127443216/

Thanks

Anonymous said...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/waltergiordano

check!

thanks

walter said...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/waltergiordano

check!

thanks

Anonymous said...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/magneticelements/

Anonymous said...

hi here is my work
http://www.flickr.com/photos/fealissimo/

diana nita said...

Hello,
Here is my work...I am a fashion designer.
I hope you like it!
thanks
http://diananita.tumblr.com/

claudio said...

http://www.livevideoensemble.com

weblow said...

r-sullivan.com

tappetivisivi said...

ou, adesso ti seguo anche qua_

Rosario Gallardo said...

ciao!
www.rosariogallardo.com

No Name said...

http://what-pass-papi.blogspot.com/

Rui Vieira said...
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Rui Vieira said...

http://ruivieiradesign.wordpress.com

check!

thanks

Kan Nguyen said...

www.kannguyen.com/blog

it about fashion
thanks!
KAN

Jonathan Gurvit said...

This is new!
http://www.vimeo.com/11384488

Adam Rowney said...

Suicide Rainbow and Romanov series can be found here.
www.adamrowney.com

More can be found here
http://www.flickr.com/photos/rowneyphotography/

Email me for more information or larger file sizes if you so wish.

Emily Malan said...

Please look at my website. My name is Emily Malan and I'm a freelance fashion/lifestyle photographer based in Los Angeles, California

http://www.emilymalan.com

micha said...

http://michaelfrahm.com

Fine Arts Photography, Antwerp, Belgium

Anonymous said...

Hello,

We would like to submit you our last project, currently presented (for the first time) at Shanghai World Expo 2010 :

"Firefly is an interactive lighting that reacts to human behavior like a
cloud of glowing insects. These ones change their appearance in human presence : they wriggle, light up and scatter in response to the motion of visitors around. [...]"

Video and pictures of the project on:
www.vincentmoreau.fr/firefly-shanghai-video.html
www.vincentmoreau.fr/firefly-shanghai-pictures.html

And more infos here :
www.vincentmoreau.fr/firefly-shanghai-informations.html

We hope you'll like it.
Best regards,
Vincent Moreau

Anonymous said...

Hi
I'm a visual artist from Hungary.
Pls check my website:
http://www.forgoarpad.hu
I hope you will like it.
Regards, Arpad Forgo

Chocolate Habanero said...

We are Gerardo Otoniel and Loreley from Mexico . We have a collective called Chocolate Habanero: http://www.behance.net/ChocolateHabanero
And here is our individual work:
http://www.bwhance.net/GerardoOtoniel
http://www.behance.net/Loreley

wehavemoved said...

Here is my last video.
Hope you like it.

on vimeo:
http://vimeo.com/10187986

and on my website:
http://www.enricomazzi.com/gestione/immagini/cont/html/D10/blank.html

Jose A. said...

I have taken a long exposure pinhole photograph of the whole United States. It is a 47 hour exposure which was taken from a moving train on a cross country trip. Here is the link:

http://www.josevaldesbartroli.com/timescapes.html

Thanks!

Rossina Bossio said...

http://rossinabossio.com/theholybeautyproject/

Love what you share in your blog.

Thanks,

Rossina

olivier said...

www.escapologique.net

fabianomulti said...

Ciao Angelo,
What you post is really cool!

I am a Web Designer with an artistic background, active
since 2000. For some years I have drawn and hand made toys
prototypes. In my website you will find what I think and
what my toys think:

www.toysthink.com


Ciao e grazie
Fabiano

Aysha Banos said...

I am a photographer and would love to be featured on your blog.
You can view my work on my website at http://www.IndicaJive.com

You can e-mail me at xAysha@aol.com

-Aysha

hbynoe said...

this is beautiful what you have here. honestly, superb way to become inspired. thank you

Jasmina Kirsch said...

Great blog, nice links I found here.
You can find my works at: www.jasminakirsch.com

Strangelfreak said...

hey guys
amazed by the amount of fantastic artwork you have here =)

if you enjoy portrait and post porn photography visit my retrospective on ten years of queer photos

http://strangelfreak.blogspot.com/2010/09/strangelfreak-retrospective-2010-from.html

I'm always open for opinions and feedback

Strangelfreak

Robert Strati said...

http://www.stratilab.com/


http://www.robstrati.com/images1/art_cart%20copy.jpg

Robert Strati said...

http://www.stratilab.com/

candas sisman said...

Hi Angelo,

i want to share with you my last video installation F L U X that i did for ilhan koman hulda festival, a journey into art and science exhibition in İstanbul ,just check it ...

http://vimeo.com/15395471

, your blog is also great ....thanks for your sharings.


http://www.csismn.com/

Marc said...

HI!
take a look@international photoproject by CHALANG group!

www.chalangproject.com

Best wishes!

Marc

Anonymous said...

Hey there!

Some recommendations, beautiful blogs:

http://historyofourworld.wordpress.com/

http://terivarhol.tumblr.com/

And my blog :-)

http://osso.tumblr.com/

Thank you.

micha said...

Have a look at the beautiful motion picture based website of chinese/canadian designer David Szeto now based in brussels, belgium.

http://www.david-szeto.com/

a. said...

Hi !

You should have a look at this : www.seizegalerie.com

Anonymous said...

http://diopthrinradio.blogspot.com/

Anonymous said...

Hey there fella's..

Just wondering if you fancy showing my new website off..

My name is James McBeath, i'm a Photographer from Leeds, UK.. I specialise is black and white film photography only, none of this digital muck..

The address is www.jamesmcbeath.co.uk


Hope you like..

Anonymous said...

www.valerijailchuk.com

nicolas said...

Hi,

I visited your website and I'm very interested in the possibility of showing my work there.

Is there an application process to post some images?

I would appreciate any information you can send me.

Here is a link to my blog with images of my most recent work because my web it's under construction now .



http://lamasnicolas.blogspot.com/


Thanks,
Nicolas Lamas

ryan foote said...

Hey
here is a project of mine that you mite be interested in

http://www.ryanfoote.net/visual_literacy_spool_of_trends/visual_literacy_spool.html

they is also a lot of other large scale installation on my website pleas cheek it out.
www.ryanfoote.net

regards ryan foote

Kale Akte said...

here're the links of a project called EGOS
which is a mix between photography and painting on the same image.

www.egosproject.altervista.org

here you can hear an interview for the Swiss Radio [23.03.2011] (italian only)

http://www.rsi.ch/podcast/down.cfm?quanti=12&can=ReteTre%2FBaobab&tit=Baobab

hope it can interest you.

kale akte

Jeffrey said...

http://173.230.141.150/thePRBAT/archive.php

http://173.230.141.150

Jane Mirror said...

My TRUE LOVE 4 u

Alex Petrowsky said...

SXSW and Tribeca premieres are over, so we can finally officially show this short:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dE0KuVpwDzo&feature=player_embedded#at=21

more info at www.thebeaufortdiaries.com

hope you like it.
thanks,
alex petrowsky

Anonymous said...

Hi
I'm a visual artist from Hungary.
Pls check my website:
http://www.forgoarpad.hu
I hope you will like it.
Regards, Arpad Forgo

Claudio Parentela said...

Claudio Parentela:Contemporary Art with a Freakish Taste!

http://www.claudioparentela.net

Houdini said...

www.pierluigifracassi.com

great job man!

thks

Pierluigi

NAOMI YASUI said...

www.naomiyasui.com

Amanda Clyne said...

www.amandaclyne.com

My work is like a painted hall of mirrors, merging my interest in fashion and the history of painting.

I love your blog!

Amanda

Diego Scagni said...

This blog is amazing!
Good material.
My works: www.diegoscagni.com.ar
Ciao!

Barry Friedland said...

Hey,

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I could write about this forever, but I encourage you to go see it for yourself at http://www.thumbtackpress.com

Onwards,

Barry Friedland
TTP Owner and Shopkeeper
barryfriedland@thumbtackpress.com

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