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JR is 25 and he owns the biggest art gallery in the world. He exhibits freely in the streets of the world, catching the attention of people who are not the museum visitors.
His work mixes Art and Act, talks about commitment, beauty, freedom, identity and limit. He is an artivist, extract of artist and activist.
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Modernista! is not for everyone!

Dominic Wilcox

Recent history
While studying at Edinburgh College of Art in 1998, Dominic Wilcox created a collection of objects based on everyday items such as a bed, swing and bird cage. After graduating, he moved to Japan for a year before returning to the UK to study an MA at the Royal College of Art. During this 2 year period of intensive critical debate and creative experimentation he developed a series of objects including War Bowl, Honesty Stamps and Glove.
After leaving the RCA in 2002, he started a collaboration with fellow RCA graduate Steve Mosley called Mosley meets Wilcox. One major MMW project was a collaboration with Rock photographer Mick Rock which ended in a collection of objects exhibited in Sept 2004. Later, a Limited Edition collection was sold exclusively in Paul Smith shops worldwide. In 2006 Dominic went solo, and is currently developing new work, experiments and ideas.
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I came across a flickr set today with some amazing pictures of an abandoned housing complex called San Zhi outside of Taipei, Taiwan.
Check out more amazing photos from two flickr sets after the jump!


Born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, Boogie began photographing rebellion and unrest during the civil war that ravaged his country during the 1990s. Though he never planned to leave his homeland, a green card won in the national lottery brought him to the United States in 1998.
Boogie settled in Brooklyn, where he resumed his photographic pursuit of those living on the fringe, outside the law, in the margins of society. Selected by Photo District News as Best Photography Book of 2006, his first book, It’s All Good (Miss Rosen Editions/powerHouse Books), documents the gangsters, crackheads, and junkies of New York City’s most notorious neighborhoods.
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Ron Mueck

Ron Mueck
(born 1958) is an Australian hyperrealist sculptor working in Great Britain. Selected worksExhibitionsSee alsoNotesExternal links

ALFA | SYMBIO design

SYMBIO Design, s.r.o.

ALPHA loudspeaker

Ernest Pignon-Ernest

Ernest Pignon-Ernest based in Paris, is a one-of-a-kind artist for whom the street is a sculptural setting onto which he attaches careful, beautiful charcoal drawings and silkscreen posters -- without permission. le site officiel

Darren Hopes

Darren Hopes working with a crossbreed of photography and paint.

Theo Jansen

Dutch artist Theo Janse has been working for 16 years to create sculptures that move on their own in eerily lifelike ways.
Studied science at the University of Delft in Holland. After sticking to painting for seven years, he embarked upon a project with a flying saucer - which really flew. It flew over the town of Delft in 1980, drawing the people into the streets and sending the police into pandemonium. For about the last ten years he has been busy with the creation of a new nature - not with pollen or seeds, but with plastic yellow tubes. He makes skeletons which are able to walk in the wind. Eventually he wants to put herds of these animals out on the beaches to live their own lives.

Gastro typographical assemblage

Jim Schachterle posted about Gastrotypographicalassemblage, Lou Dorfsman’s typographic masterpiece. Together with Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnase, Dorfsman created the largest typographic monument in existence for a wall in the CBS cafeteria.
After many years of neglect, The Center for Design Study is now working hard to restore this piece of American design history.
The Center for Design Study

Marc Lagrange

Marc Lagrange is a fashion, advertising and portrait photographer. You should visit his site at

My Name Was God

MyNameWasGod is a new subunit of qu-int

Michael Dixon

Michael Dixon explores sociopolitical issues through his large-scale paintings focused on portraits reminiscent of past eras.
Check out more of his work on his website.

Musac | Mansilla + Tuñón Arquitectos

On a vast urban plan, MUSAC draws the scenario for art with the same optimistic attitude used by the Roman surveyors to sketch their cities in the landscape. In contrast to other types of spaces which, in their museum facet, focus on the exhibition of frozen historic collections, MUSAC is a living space that opens its doors to the wide-ranging manifestations of contemporary art. This is an art centre that constructs a set of chessboards on which the action is the protagonist of the space; a structure that develops from an open system, formed by fabric of squares and rhombi, and permitting the construction of a secret geography of memory. (more)
Spagna, León

Wham Bacabac

Wham Bacabac, from Philippines show us on behance portfolio what he can do.
To bad he hasn’t an personal page.

Shirley Shor

Leaning is a dynamic sculpture - a kaleidoscopic experience of nomadic trails, and folds.
the piece is a hybrid between a physical sculpture and a virtual animation. The random changeable triangles are generated in real-time by software code and merge with the surface of the sculpture. The work is a transformation, embracing two systems, one changing into the other..
Shirley Shor
1971 Born in Israel. Lives and works in San Francisco

Federico Bebber


Federico Bebber
Age: 33
From Italy

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Joey Lawrence

Joey Lawrence is a 18 year old Canadian born and raised in Ontario. Joey has been shooting for the last three years and has been recognised by the photographic community with awards from Microsoft, Bogen and the United way.
Some of Joey's first images were taken with a 1.3 megapixel point and shoot camera. Although he has upgraded equipment since then, he proves the eye behind the camera is more important than the device itself.
Joey is not based anywhere specifically and is constantly travelling on photographic jobs and projects between home, Europe, the United States and parts of Asia.


CAI GUO-QIANG has literally exploded the accepted parameters of art making in our time. Drawing freely from ancient mythology, military history, Taoist cosmology, extraterrestrial observations, Maoist revolutionary tactics, Buddhist philosophy, gunpowder-related technology, Chinese medicine, and methods of terrorist violence, Cai’s art is a form of social energy, constantly mutable, linking what he refers to as “the seen and unseen worlds.” This retrospective presents the full spectrum of the artist’s protean, multimedia art in all its conceptual complexity.

Via : FabrikProject

Konstantin Dimopoulos

Konstantin Dimopoulos
Born Egypt 1954.
1963 - 2003 Wellington, New Zealand
2003 - Melbourne, Australia

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Via : FabrikProject