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Your 15 Minutes Await With Absolut’s Andy Warhol Art Exchange: The renowned vodka brand’s creative endeavor includes the chance to win a photograph by the grandfather of Pop Art himself

Your 15 Minutes Await With Absolut's Andy Warhol Art Exchange

As the grandfather of Pop Art, Andy Warhol and his legacy are those of appropriation. Already canonical, his images become increasingly powerful the more they are repeated and translated into new mediums. For their latest collaboration, Absolut is……

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Tokyo’s Pass The Baton Adds a Personal Touch to Vintage: Our visit to the concept consignment shop’s location in Omotesando, where items bear the owner’s photograph and an anecdote

Tokyo's Pass The Baton Adds a Personal Touch to Vintage

Located at the edge of the Tadao Ando-designed Omotesando Hills shopping complex, a few floors underground into basement territory, is the “new recycle” shop Pass the Baton. The space (one of two locations in Tokyo) hosts an orderly explosion of……

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QUIZ: Can you tell a photograph from a pencil drawing?

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Here on Creative Bloq, we’ve featured a selection of phenomenally realistic pencil drawings, all of which could easily be mistaken for photographs. So, with this in mind, we decided to test your eye for detail in this little challenge.   Take a look at the following images and see if you can identify whether each one is a photo or pencil drawing. Then let us know your score in the comments box below.




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Kate Steciw’s Manipulated Stock Images: The artist turns 5 images intended for much more mundane use into hypnotic pieces that transcend the rectangular photograph

Kate Steciw's Manipulated Stock Images


In her first solo exhibition in Germany, artist Kate Steciw manipulates a very limited number of stock images into unique layered compositions, blurring the line between representation and abstraction. Bethlehem, Pennsylvania-born and now Brooklyn-based Steciw adorns…

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Google invites you to borrow its Trekker Street View backpacks and photograph the world

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If you like hiking and photographing exciting places around the globe, Google has a proposition for you: You can now sign-up to borrow one of the company’s Trekkers, special camera-equipped backpacks that act as a personalized version of Google’s Street View cars, allowing the wearer to automatically capture a 360-degree view of their surrounds as they move. Google previously only let select employees and a few third-party organizations take the Trekkers out to scenic places including the Grand Canyon and the Canadian Arctic, but now the company is giving any third-party organization the chance to apply online for loaner Trekker backpacks. The footage that winning capture could be added to Google’s growing library of Street View scenes…

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Lytro Perspective Shift: Get creative with two new features that will change how you photograph

Lytro Perspective Shift

With the introduction of their truly unique light field camera, Lytro made a big splash last year. Founder Ren Ng recently released a Lytro update that allows users manual control of their high-tech and compact cameras, and now the company is taking it a step further with two more…

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