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October 1, 2015

Biopunk - Organic Neon Doodles

These incredible doodles blur the lines between scientific and surreal. Peter Mai has a gift for combining bold lines and neon paint in striking combinations to draw abstract forms with an exciting curiosity surging through them. The flow in Mai’s composition fills the illustrations with motion, even in their stillness. Oddly anatomical imagery with punches of vivid color feels like biology diagrams on a sugar rush. I’m not sure what I’m looking at, but it’s alive and fascinating.

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September 11, 2015

Getting Sketchy Over Black and White Portraits

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I’m enamored with Teo Codina’s spunky embellishments to photographic portraits of women. Her sketchy patterns stick to roughly drawn lines and shapes scattering over plain white backgrounds like artistic confetti. Well-chosen blocks of color over the model’s faces bring to life clipped images that were monotone before Codina’s sketchy patterns worked their inky magic. It’s a fun contrast between the stoic photographs, airbrushed to perfection, and Codina’s light-hearted doodle style running amok over them. To see more of her graphic designs and illustrations, follow @artistica on instagram!

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February 21, 2015

She's Out of This World

Incoming swarm of otherworldly girls heading our way! They come from another universe where everything is boldly colored, cats can live in their hair, and clothes are abstract. In Natalie Foss' alternate dimension of color pencils and quirky ladies, everything is simple except your face and hands. It gives me the impression that the girl's face is so captivating to me that I don't see the details of anything else around her. Natalie says she usually finds inspiration in people, music, animals, subcultures, feelings, fashion, thoughts and a good cup of coffee. Have fun spotting a little bit of everything on her website.

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July 18, 2011

Abstract Thoughts

Every now and then I like to go to Helene Jeudy's flickr and dig through her abstract drawings once again to see what new can I find in them. For me, it is an endless world with countless possibilities and the best part is that every day I see something new. So take a peek at this lovely work and see if you can find something for yourself in it.

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December 6, 2010

Sex, Comedy and Animals

I just got inspired by looking at my amazing friends' blog (If you're hungry for inspiration on this lazy sunday, check out Wunderkabinett). Thanks to their blog, I discovered the beautiful art of Kelsey Brookes and am now one of his biggest fans.

Kelsey is a former biochemist who lives by the beach in San Diego. Lucky man. And he attributes his raw art style to an education system that "refuses to teach scientists to draw."

If you like loud, colorful, abstract, and just plain jaw-dropping good art, you've come to the right place. Here it is. The ingenious talent that is Kelsey Brookes.

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October 12, 2010

Just Do Do Do.

Let's all take a moment to fall in love with the work of Christopher Holloran. He is an English man based in Amsterdam and he is so good, he gives me the heebie-jeebies. He likes to imagine "things are not as they seem." Well, I would like to imagine things as they seem in his mind.

Christopher Holloran Doodles
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October 23, 2009

Not Much Talk

This past weekend, I took a quick road trip from Miami to Birmingham and back. On our stop in Atlanta, I went into a record store and purchased the magazine Blü (No. 8) to keep me occupied in the car when I wasn't sleeping. In it, there's an interview with Pepa Prieto alongside some of her work. My favorite part of the interview is when they ask her if she has a favorite place to work - home, studio, other? Her answer: "…I travel a lot; so wherever I go I take my pens, paintings, laptop and camera. It's part of me and probably my favorite studio is where I am in that moment."

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