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Leah Yerpe Beautifully Illustrates Floating Human Figures with Charcoal and Ink

human figuresBrooklyn based artist Leah Yerpe has beautifully illustrated this collection of human figures with charcoal and ink. Leah's work is currently being solo exhibited Sept 2 – Oct 11 at Purdue University's Ringel Gallery. The bodies in my work are multiplied in different poses, twisting, floating and falling on a ground purged of contextualizing marks. I […]
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Cool Hunting Video: 21 Icons: Photographs of 21 iconic South African figures currently on view in Johannesburg

Cool Hunting Video: 21 Icons

Returning to Africa for the second Cool Hunting Safari in Zambia, we made a stop in Johannesburg to scope out the up-and-coming design scene. A few of our guests have strong ties to the city, one being wildlife and portrait photographer Continue Reading…

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Vanessa Prager’s Dreamers: The self-taught artist uses thick oil paint to creating dripping, melting portraits of imagined yet familiar figures

Vanessa Prager's Dreamers

Vanessa Prager is no stranger to CH—whether she’s wielding a paintbrush or a ballpoint pen over vintage music sheets, the LA-based artist always surprises with her next move. Described by Prager as “dripping, melting, fading out portraits,” her newest series titled “Continue Reading…

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Link About It: This Week’s Picks : Saying goodbye to legendary figures, Google’s self-driving car, the scientific lure of bacon and more in our weekly look at the web

Link About It: This Week's Picks

1. Massimo Vignelli Remembered The world lost a true visionary this week in Italian designer Massimo Vignelli. Working with his wife Lella, the Modernist creator’s formative works will have a lasting legacy across a wide range of design fields, from homewares to logos….

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Historical figures letterheads


Ever wondered what the letterheads of historical figures would have looked like if they had lived in modern times? Moo tackled that question and designed a series of wonderful letterheads for the most prestigious imaginary clients you could dream of.

They shared the project on their blog, but you’ll find most of the images on their Pinterest page.





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Letters of Note: Correspondence across the ages that reveal the personal side of public figures and humanize great events

Letters of Note

Not so long ago—in the age before Twitter, email and Facebook—people wrote out their feelings, gripes, grievances and praise on hotel notepads, scraps of paper and personal stationary, and then mailed them. While some might argue that the art of correspondence died with…

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Stunning street art created with little wooden figures


Joe Lurato creates little wooden pieces that become actors in his awesome street art pieces.








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Pop figures painted on coin heads by Andre Levy

Artist Andre Levy from Brazil has created a project called Tales You Lose in which he paints humorous pop culture figures onto different country coin heads. Andre Levy has painted stacks of pop culture figures on all sorts of coins. His characters range from Homer Simpson to Cat women and more. you can check them…

Red Bull Music Academy: For the Record: Celebrating 15 years of collaboration and exploration in music with a hardcover featuring some of the industry’s most influential figures

Red Bull Music Academy: For the Record

Famed Austria-based energy drink company Red Bull may be best known for their involvement in alternative sports and prodigious adventure—from being a major sponsor in Travis Rice’s acclaimed snowboard film “The Art of Flight” to…

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People Blocks by Andy Rementer and Case Studyo: Philadelphia-based artist and a Belgium-based collective join forces for this set of ultra-colorful wooden figures

People Blocks by Andy Rementer and Case Studyo

by Gavin Lucas Philadelphia-based illustrator Andy Rementer is the latest artist to team up with Belgium-based serial collaborators Case Studyo to create super-colorful, limited edition artworks called People Blocks….

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