MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Street Art by Roa
Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Street Art by Roa
Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Street Art by Roa
Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Street Art by Roa

Found on Curtain Road in London this work dates back to 2009, however I’ve never seen it before and thought it was magnificent. By playing with perception, Roa is able to display the circulatory system of the rabbit and as you walk down the street you see it’s physical appearance as you look back, or vice versa.

Artists: | Tumblr | [via: Journal Du Design]

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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia
At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below."My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]
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Fear Expanded by Ryan Everson & Jason Garcia

At first I didn’t even notice the giant mirrored letters sitting in the middle of the open field, however up close you can see the word FEAR created out of mdf and mirrors hiding in the distance. Fear is something buried inside all of us and I thought it was only appropriate to share. A section of the artist’s statement is below.

"My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future"

Artists: | Website | [via: BizarreBeyondBelief]

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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith
These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]
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Some Work by Trevor H Smith

These little investigations by Trevor H Smith put a smile on my face, and if nothing else, that’s something worth sharing. Very simple and well executed, and even if Trevor feels they have no relevance, I think they’d make interesting typographic posters. Lord knows I’m sick of landscape photography with poorly kerned Helvetica over the top.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Le Zèbre bleu]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)
These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Loose Lips by Jason Levesque (aka Stuntkid)

These awesome illustrations were created by Jason Levesque. His website is packed full of great digital illustrations and many are available to purchase as limited edition prints. I was also pleasantly surprised to find that Jason is also on tumblr and goes by the name Stuntkid, you can find his tumblr page linked below. I’ve also embedded a time lapse video which shows him creating his Dead Lips illustration, which I haven’t used in this post because I didn’t think it fit the theme, but it’s interesting none the less so check it out.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Twitter | Tumblr | [via: Acidolatte]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo
By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Finger Paintings by Paolo Troilo

By using nothing more than black and white paint and the hands he was gifted with Paolo Troilo is able to create incredibly expressive portraits that are bursting with energy. Although these portraits are of himself, he insists these are not self portraits, and that they are "portraits of human beings translated to a male body”. Sometimes the figures face is visible, sometimes obstructed, but their emotions are something we can all relate to. I’ve embedded a nice video below that gives a more in depth look into his work.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Vimeo | [via: Design Collector]

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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 
This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo | [via: Laughing Squid]
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Planet Universe by Adam Kennedy 

This imaginative series is created by San Francisco’s own Adam Kennedy, who uses photographs of old rusty fire hydrants and creates wonderful worlds that float through space. If you look closely you’ll notice that the rust marks on the hydrant create the planets oceans and land formations. Adam is hoping to gain funding through Indiegogo to create a series of posters using the images, as well as a calendar, and if you’d like to donate you can do so with the link below.

Artists: | Website | Portfolio | Indiegogo[via: Laughing Squid]

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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang
Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |
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The Moonlight by Yang Yongliang

Having seen Yang Yongliang’s incredible photographic series titled The Moonlight, I was looking through his site when I noticed an installation piece with the same name. The Moonlight is an oil painting on acrylic light film that is placed over a light box, which is then placed in a water pool that has a small fan beside it. In the light the piece looks rather mundane, but when darkness fills the room, the moon is illuminated and the fans rotation creates a beautiful ripple over the water that reflects the magnificent moon.

Artists: | Website |

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells
This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Rap Quotes by Jay Shells

This awesome project plots various locations in New York city that are mentioned by rappers in songs. Jay Shells places these street signs at the exact locations mentioned by the rapper and inadvertently creates a hip hop scavenger hunt that I’d love to take part in. I really hope these signs are never removed because it’s really interesting to know that when you stand below one of these signs, you’re standing at a point that has had a part to play in the evolution of hip hop culture. I’ve embedded a video below where Jay Shells gives more insight into the project.

Artists: | Twitter | Website | [via: Laughing Squid]

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Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito
Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito
Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito
Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito
Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito
Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito
Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Mesmerizing GIFs by Matthew DiVito

Known as Mr. Div here on tumblr, I’m sure that you’ve seen Mathew DiVito’s GIFs on your dash at one point or another. He produces his work using a variety of software and wonderful precision, that creates a truly hypnotic image. You can check out all of his work on his tumblr, which is linked below.

Artists: | Tumblr | Cargo Collective | [via: Beautiful Decay]

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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal
Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]
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Body Scripture by Ronit Bigal

Using black Indian ink Israeli artist Ronit Bigal skilfully and meticulously wraps parts of her subjects skin in calligraphy that’s made up of Hebrew scriptures taken from Biblical texts. The abstract images are often left looking like landscapes as the tiny lettering follows the contours of the body.

Artists: | Website | [via: Journal Du Design]

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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson
These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]
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Moleskine Illustrations by Lex Wilson

These intricate illustrations are created by London based graphic designer and illustrator Lex Wilson. He’s filled an entire Moleskine notebook with these incredible little doodles and you can check out the entire series on his behance and flickr which are linked below. I strongly suggest checking them out because I only selected a few and there’s many many more.

Artists: | Flickr | Behance | Facebook | Twitter | [via: Whudat]

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Carved Paper Rolls by Ana Bidart
When I first saw this work I did think it was created out of toilet paper, however I was mistaken and the rolls of paper are much smaller, similar to receipt paper rolls in fact. Ana Bidart methodically cuts patterns through layer after layer of paper to create these fascinating sculptures that begin to look more like geological models than rolls of paper.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Carved Paper Rolls by Ana Bidart
When I first saw this work I did think it was created out of toilet paper, however I was mistaken and the rolls of paper are much smaller, similar to receipt paper rolls in fact. Ana Bidart methodically cuts patterns through layer after layer of paper to create these fascinating sculptures that begin to look more like geological models than rolls of paper.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Carved Paper Rolls by Ana Bidart
When I first saw this work I did think it was created out of toilet paper, however I was mistaken and the rolls of paper are much smaller, similar to receipt paper rolls in fact. Ana Bidart methodically cuts patterns through layer after layer of paper to create these fascinating sculptures that begin to look more like geological models than rolls of paper.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Carved Paper Rolls by Ana Bidart
When I first saw this work I did think it was created out of toilet paper, however I was mistaken and the rolls of paper are much smaller, similar to receipt paper rolls in fact. Ana Bidart methodically cuts patterns through layer after layer of paper to create these fascinating sculptures that begin to look more like geological models than rolls of paper.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Beautiful Decay]
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Carved Paper Rolls by Ana Bidart

When I first saw this work I did think it was created out of toilet paper, however I was mistaken and the rolls of paper are much smaller, similar to receipt paper rolls in fact. Ana Bidart methodically cuts patterns through layer after layer of paper to create these fascinating sculptures that begin to look more like geological models than rolls of paper.

Artists: | Flickr | [via: Beautiful Decay]

(Source: myedol.com)

A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

Must Watch:
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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982
Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

Must Watch:
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A Million Times by Humans Since 1982

Created out of 288 analogue clocks which are powered by 576 electric motors so that the minute and hour hands can be controlled independently. By doing so the hands are left constantly dancing in slow motion and as they rotate they form elaborate patterns and even work together to display text. I’ve embedded a fantastic video below to demonstrate the piece working.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | [via: Design Boom]

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(Source: myedol.com)

Bad Dog by Richard Jackson
This 28 foot high sculpture was created by Richard Jackson, and is found outside the Orange County Museum of Art. As you can imagine the dog attracts a lot of attention from passers by, both negative and positive, but I personally think it’s pretty funny. The huge Labrador sculpture is rigged to spray yellow paint on the side of the museum, as well as anyone unfortunate enough to walk under it at the wrong time I presume. The sculpture is part of Richard Jackson’s "Aint Painting A Pain" exhibition, which runs until May 2013.

Artists: | Website | [via: Hypenotice]
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Bad Dog by Richard Jackson
This 28 foot high sculpture was created by Richard Jackson, and is found outside the Orange County Museum of Art. As you can imagine the dog attracts a lot of attention from passers by, both negative and positive, but I personally think it’s pretty funny. The huge Labrador sculpture is rigged to spray yellow paint on the side of the museum, as well as anyone unfortunate enough to walk under it at the wrong time I presume. The sculpture is part of Richard Jackson’s "Aint Painting A Pain" exhibition, which runs until May 2013.

Artists: | Website | [via: Hypenotice]
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Bad Dog by Richard Jackson
This 28 foot high sculpture was created by Richard Jackson, and is found outside the Orange County Museum of Art. As you can imagine the dog attracts a lot of attention from passers by, both negative and positive, but I personally think it’s pretty funny. The huge Labrador sculpture is rigged to spray yellow paint on the side of the museum, as well as anyone unfortunate enough to walk under it at the wrong time I presume. The sculpture is part of Richard Jackson’s "Aint Painting A Pain" exhibition, which runs until May 2013.

Artists: | Website | [via: Hypenotice]
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Bad Dog by Richard Jackson
This 28 foot high sculpture was created by Richard Jackson, and is found outside the Orange County Museum of Art. As you can imagine the dog attracts a lot of attention from passers by, both negative and positive, but I personally think it’s pretty funny. The huge Labrador sculpture is rigged to spray yellow paint on the side of the museum, as well as anyone unfortunate enough to walk under it at the wrong time I presume. The sculpture is part of Richard Jackson’s "Aint Painting A Pain" exhibition, which runs until May 2013.

Artists: | Website | [via: Hypenotice]
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Bad Dog by Richard Jackson

This 28 foot high sculpture was created by Richard Jackson, and is found outside the Orange County Museum of Art. As you can imagine the dog attracts a lot of attention from passers by, both negative and positive, but I personally think it’s pretty funny. The huge Labrador sculpture is rigged to spray yellow paint on the side of the museum, as well as anyone unfortunate enough to walk under it at the wrong time I presume. The sculpture is part of Richard Jackson’s "Aint Painting A Pain" exhibition, which runs until May 2013.

Artists: | Website | [via: Hypenotice]

(Source: myedol.com)

Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis
Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]
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Video Games vs Real Life by Aled Lewis

Recently I was able to see Wreck It Ralph, which is a really good film by the way, and this delightful little series reminded me of it straight away. I’ve been a fan of Aled’s work for a long time and I’d seen this series when he first started it I guess, but I just forgot how much I love it. I can not recommend checking out his tumblr enough, his work is so good and his Toy Stories series is still a favourite of mine. 

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Tumblr | [via: Faith is Torment]

(Source: myedol.com)

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