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Ernesto Santalla, After The Storm I, ed. 1/25.  38.25x30.5" Digital C print on cotton rag.    On display at The Flint Hill Public House

Ernesto Santalla, After The Storm I, ed. Digital C print on cotton rag. On display at The Flint Hill Public House

Pipilotti Rist - Artists - Luhring Augustine

Pipilotti Rist - Print "Blutbusch fliegend" - Available

Stefan Kurten...oil....Stefan Kürten’s architecture-based compositions propose a new Germany growing over abandoned constructs and aspirations of a fading past, where memories are broken down and allowed to mutate into dizzying pattern and abstraction – and, notably, where man-made structures and nature are seen to coalesce.

Stefan Kürten

the simple things Stefan Kürten (German, b. Traum, Traum, Oil on canvas, 230 x 170 cm.

Artist Sagaki Keita was born in 1984 and lives and works in Tokyo. His densely composited pen and ink illustrations contain thousands of whimsical characters that are drawn almost completely improvised. I am dumbstruck looking at these and love the wacky juxtaposition of fine art and notebook doodles.

The Wild Doodles of Sagaki Keita

Fine Art Notebook Doodles:: Tokyo based artist Sagaki Keita has created these really cool pen and ink illustrations that contain thousands of whimsical characters. I just love the way his work contrasts fine art with notebook doodle drawings.


Created directly by Polke : format photocopied and manipulated individually, pulled from the machine by the hand

Cat Art

Cat Art

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Photo by Richard Burbridge /Artwork by Maurizio Anzeri /styled by Robbie Spencer

The Embroidered Secrets of Maurizio Anzeri

Green As A Mango Tree: I cannot count my day complete 'Til needle, thread and fabric meet

NYC Exhibit "Carsten Höller: Experience"

Carsten Höller: Experience, Art Exhibition at New Museum in New York City Gives Visitors a True Participatory Experience

turquoise + yellow

Alberto Seveso, well, get ready. His latest series of underwater ink photographs is entitled a due Colori and they are simply breathtaking. The images are made by taking high-speed photographs of two colors of ink mixing with water.

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For the love of floral. Embroidery by Jose Ignacio Romussi Murphy. - *Dressed Take this coupon and travels to the José Ignacio, Uruguay.

A new study suggests that humans’ melatonin-driven sleep cycles started some 700 million years ago, in worms.

The Evolution of Sleep: 700 Million Years of Melatonin

The Evolution of Sleep: 700 Million Years of Melatonin (NY Times) To explore the evolution of sleep, scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory in Germany study the activity of genes.