Original Art With A Side Of Fries. 38 Painted McDonald’s Fry Containers by Ben Frost.

Painted McDonald's Fry Containers by Ben Frost

Australian artist Ben Frost is known for his kaleidoscopic Pop Art, mash-up paintings that take inspiration from areas as diverse as graffiti, collage, photorealism and sign-writing. (more…)

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Chairs, Clothes and Objects Made Entirely Of Paper By Vincent Tomczyk.

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Artist Vincent Tomczyk likes working with paper because, in his own words, “my art requires me to be part craftsman and part engineer.” His clothing, chairs and other objects crafted from various types of paper and foamcore are hard to discern from the originals because the likenesses are uncannily realistic. (more…)

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Gun Chairs (Or New York Chairs) by Sebastian Errazuriz

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If you’re not familiar with the witty yet urbane works of artist Sebastian Errazuriz, you ought to be. His tongue in cheek objects and installations are compelling and provocative, not to mention unusual. One of his fun projects is his collection of New York Chairs or Gun Chairs. (more…)

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Portraits Drawn On World and Celestial Maps by Ed Fairburn


above: Windermere, Pencil on a cropped map of the English Lakes – specifically Lake Windermere.

Cardiff-based illustrator Ed Fairburn sees things in maps most of us do not. His map-based portraits combine the art of cartography with the drawing of the human face. (more…)

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The Paintings and Works On Paper of Mark Bradley-Shoup.

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Mark Bradley-Shoup, Summer Gray Gas Station in Patine Blue

There’s something about Mark Bradley-Shoup’s work that I find really appealing and it’s no wonder. His representational works on paper, abstract paintings and mixed media works each have elements that remind me of four of my favorites artists; Richard Diebenkorn’s landscapes and abstracts, Ed Ruscha’s Standard Oil gas station studies and prints, Wayne Thiebaud’s composition and painterly style and Robert Rauschenberg’s collages. (more…)

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