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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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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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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei
Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]
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Rubber Barber by Chen Lu Wei

Often the simplest things are the most delightful, take these playful little erasers for example. They’re a simple idea that’s executed perfectly. Each eraser has a different expression and as you correct your pencil errors you’ll mould their hair into interesting styles, until they eventually become bald. You’ll be able to purchase them from the website linked below, however, they don’t seem to be for sale yet so if you’re interested I’d check back soon.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Taxi]

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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]

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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant
You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]
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The Sumter Piece by Jonathan Brilliant

You know those useless wooden coffee stirrers that barely stir coffee but leave splinters in your tongue when you lick them? Well Jonathan Brilliant has found a much better use for them and creates extravagant installations by weaving them together. This particular piece uses 60,000 wooden stirrers and took Jonathon 14 days to weave together, and it’s important to note that no adhesive of any kind was used in the making of this.

Artists: | Website | [via: Wave Avenue]

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Folded Paper Skull by Li Hongbo
Li Hongbo’s incredible sculptures may look like they are created out of ceramics however the mind blowing twist is that they are actually made of thousands of layers of paper. The concertina style folds allow the sculptures to form solid structures when left alone, but when interacted with they are able to be stretched, pulled and flexed in different directions to reveal the incredible and meticulous folding technique. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the skull, as well as other pieces, in much more detail, it’s well worth a watch.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]

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Folded Paper Skull by Li Hongbo
Li Hongbo’s incredible sculptures may look like they are created out of ceramics however the mind blowing twist is that they are actually made of thousands of layers of paper. The concertina style folds allow the sculptures to form solid structures when left alone, but when interacted with they are able to be stretched, pulled and flexed in different directions to reveal the incredible and meticulous folding technique. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the skull, as well as other pieces, in much more detail, it’s well worth a watch.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]

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Folded Paper Skull by Li Hongbo
Li Hongbo’s incredible sculptures may look like they are created out of ceramics however the mind blowing twist is that they are actually made of thousands of layers of paper. The concertina style folds allow the sculptures to form solid structures when left alone, but when interacted with they are able to be stretched, pulled and flexed in different directions to reveal the incredible and meticulous folding technique. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the skull, as well as other pieces, in much more detail, it’s well worth a watch.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]

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Folded Paper Skull by Li Hongbo

Li Hongbo’s incredible sculptures may look like they are created out of ceramics however the mind blowing twist is that they are actually made of thousands of layers of paper. The concertina style folds allow the sculptures to form solid structures when left alone, but when interacted with they are able to be stretched, pulled and flexed in different directions to reveal the incredible and meticulous folding technique. I’ve embedded a video below which shows the skull, as well as other pieces, in much more detail, it’s well worth a watch.

Artists: | Website | [via: DesignBoom]

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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham 
This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.










Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]










Must Watch:
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Quilled Paper Reproduction of Beck’s “Song Reader” Book Cover by Ham

This is definitely the definition of a dedicated fan. Japanese artist Ham painstakingly re-created the cover of Becks “Song Reader” book by using nothing more than paper and some glue. A fantastic time lapse video is embedded below that shows the entire making process and it’s definitely worth a watch.

Artists: | Website | [via: FormFiftyFive & JeannieJeannie]

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(Source: myedol.com)

The Mendicant by Robert Wechsler
These fascinating cubes have been created by notching and joining pennies in perfect orientation of one another. By joining the pennies at perpendicular angles a lattice is created where tunnels of light crisscross through the cube. A short video of the artist explaining his work is embedded below.
"I like working with pennies because they are so familiar. People are comfortable around the sculptures because they are made out of pennies, it’something they can relate to, it’s something that they’ve seen their whole life"



Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Junkculture]



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The Mendicant by Robert Wechsler
These fascinating cubes have been created by notching and joining pennies in perfect orientation of one another. By joining the pennies at perpendicular angles a lattice is created where tunnels of light crisscross through the cube. A short video of the artist explaining his work is embedded below.
"I like working with pennies because they are so familiar. People are comfortable around the sculptures because they are made out of pennies, it’something they can relate to, it’s something that they’ve seen their whole life"



Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Junkculture]



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The Mendicant by Robert Wechsler
These fascinating cubes have been created by notching and joining pennies in perfect orientation of one another. By joining the pennies at perpendicular angles a lattice is created where tunnels of light crisscross through the cube. A short video of the artist explaining his work is embedded below.
"I like working with pennies because they are so familiar. People are comfortable around the sculptures because they are made out of pennies, it’something they can relate to, it’s something that they’ve seen their whole life"



Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Junkculture]



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The Mendicant by Robert Wechsler
These fascinating cubes have been created by notching and joining pennies in perfect orientation of one another. By joining the pennies at perpendicular angles a lattice is created where tunnels of light crisscross through the cube. A short video of the artist explaining his work is embedded below.
"I like working with pennies because they are so familiar. People are comfortable around the sculptures because they are made out of pennies, it’something they can relate to, it’s something that they’ve seen their whole life"



Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Junkculture]



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The Mendicant by Robert Wechsler

These fascinating cubes have been created by notching and joining pennies in perfect orientation of one another. By joining the pennies at perpendicular angles a lattice is created where tunnels of light crisscross through the cube. A short video of the artist explaining his work is embedded below.

"I like working with pennies because they are so familiar. People are comfortable around the sculptures because they are made out of pennies, it’something they can relate to, it’s something that they’ve seen their whole life"

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Junkculture]

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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi
There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.











Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]
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Andaz 5th Avenue by Dana Tanamachi

There’s something about hand lettering that I’m always drawn to, I’m unsure of what it is, maybe it’s the traditional aesthetics or the complexity of the work, while knowing how difficult it is to master as I’ve tried myself. Regardless of what it is, I just love the stunning chalk work of Dana Tanamachi and this piece is no exception. Taking several days to complete and totalling over 350 square feet this mural containing over 100 words is in the stair way of the Andaz Hotel on 5th Avenue in New York City.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Instagram | Dribble | Vimeo | [via: FormFiftyFive]

(Source: myedol.com)

Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes
When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.


Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]
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Cassette Art by Benoit Jammes

When technological advances seem to happen almost daily it’s a struggle to find uses for old items that have now become redundant. With some clever chopping and remixing, Benoit’s playful portraits throw cassette tapes in to a whole variety of situations that they would never have found themselves in during the 80’s.

Artists: | Website | Flickr | 500px | [via: Zilla Mag]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia
Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | [via: 123inspiration]

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Incredible Hand-Embroidered Portraits by Cayce Zavaglia

Starting out as a painter and moving to embroidery allowed Cayce Zavaglia to utilise both sets of skills when created these fastidious portraits that display a painstaking level of detail. I’ve embedded an interesting video below that looks in to Cayce’s work process more and lets you see the astonishing amount of patience she has for each portrait.

Artists: | Website | Twitter[via: 123inspiration]

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Patterned Paint Rollers by The Painted House
I really like these clever paint rollers that recreate the look of traditional handmade block printed wallpaper. Reusable and interchangeable these fantastic rollers come in 9 different designs and can be used on both fabrics, papers and walls.

Artists: | Website | Etsy | [via: Flodeau]
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Patterned Paint Rollers by The Painted House
I really like these clever paint rollers that recreate the look of traditional handmade block printed wallpaper. Reusable and interchangeable these fantastic rollers come in 9 different designs and can be used on both fabrics, papers and walls.

Artists: | Website | Etsy | [via: Flodeau]
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Patterned Paint Rollers by The Painted House
I really like these clever paint rollers that recreate the look of traditional handmade block printed wallpaper. Reusable and interchangeable these fantastic rollers come in 9 different designs and can be used on both fabrics, papers and walls.

Artists: | Website | Etsy | [via: Flodeau]
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Patterned Paint Rollers by The Painted House
I really like these clever paint rollers that recreate the look of traditional handmade block printed wallpaper. Reusable and interchangeable these fantastic rollers come in 9 different designs and can be used on both fabrics, papers and walls.

Artists: | Website | Etsy | [via: Flodeau]
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Patterned Paint Rollers by The Painted House

I really like these clever paint rollers that recreate the look of traditional handmade block printed wallpaper. Reusable and interchangeable these fantastic rollers come in 9 different designs and can be used on both fabrics, papers and walls.

Artists: | Website | Etsy | [via: Flodeau]

(Source: myedol.com)

Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag
When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]
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Geometric Food Art by Sakir Gökçebag

When I was a child I used to play with the food on my plate, and I used to arrange and organise each item to my liking, but I never quite reached this incredibly meticulous level. It needs to be pointed out that there is absolutely no digital manipulation going on here, and each image has been carefully crafted and arranged by hand.

Artists: | Website | [via: Design Boom]

(Source: myedol.com)

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