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Inspiration Nation: Mehmet Ali Uysal’s Spacial Illusions

Inspiration Nation: Mehmet Ali Uysal’s Spacial Illusions

junkyardarts December 3, 2011 Comments Off on Inspiration Nation: Mehmet Ali Uysal’s Spacial Illusions

Turkish-born artist Mehmet Ali Uysal is doing something pretty fantastic with his sculptures on spacial relationships. Whimsy, humor, thoughtfulness and sparks of genius are ahead!

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The Junkyard’s Holiday Gift Guide: Illustrators Unlimited

The Junkyard’s Holiday Gift Guide: Illustrators Unlimited

junkyardarts December 1, 2011 Comments Off on The Junkyard’s Holiday Gift Guide: Illustrators Unlimited

In my first installment of my Holiday Gift Guide, I give you Illustrators Unlimited.  A full-color wham-bam-thank you-ma’am, 288 page hardcover collection of established and emerging, envelope-pushing artists from around the world…and there are

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Feast on This: Black Tusk “Set the Dial”

junkyardarts November 24, 2011 Comments Off on Feast on This: Black Tusk “Set the Dial”

Black Tusk Set the Dial Artist Edition – 20 signed & numbered limited edition prints from John Dyer Baizley & exclusive to aperfectmonster 6 color screenprint on French Charcoal brown paper – Cozmic Splatter

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Propaganda Posters For A New Generation

junkyardarts November 15, 2011 1

Loving these tongue in cheek propaganda posters from artist Aaron Wood!  It’s no secret that I love me some minimalism, and the joining of sharp, simple imagery, minimalist color palates and a message loaded

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Artist Creates Sculpture of Japan Earthquake

junkyardarts November 13, 2011 Comments Off on Artist Creates Sculpture of Japan Earthquake

British artist Luke Jerram has created a truly intriguing sculpture of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Using the seismograph as his referential inspiration, Jerram has made something quite beautiful and rhythmic out of

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Iconatomy: What Was Old is New Again in the Faces of Hollywood

junkyardarts October 11, 2011 Comments Off on Iconatomy: What Was Old is New Again in the Faces of Hollywood

You know this face. In fact, I’m willing to bet you know both of these faces. Jewelry designer and artist George Chamoun of Sweden has blended ‘Icon’ and ‘Anatomy’ and created, well, some pretty

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Stuff To Do This Week: Fashion In Boston

junkyardarts September 23, 2011 Comments Off on Stuff To Do This Week: Fashion In Boston

This Week: Do Fashion.   I’ll be hitting up all the fabulous after parties hosted by Globe Style, and you probably should too. Even better?  Tuesday 27th is a party featuring our FAVORITE local

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Inspiration Nation: Paper Soda Can Sculptures

junkyardarts July 26, 2011 1

There is something so awesome about an artist who spends countless hours crafting an ornate and complicated version of something so…ordinary. Case in point: Yoshi Hasegawa’s cut-paper soda cans. Why would anyone do this!?

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Sweet Animated MadMen Opening Credits Makes Us Yearn For The Silver Fox

junkyardarts July 24, 2011 Comments Off on Sweet Animated MadMen Opening Credits Makes Us Yearn For The Silver Fox

The worst thing about AMC shows is that it takes too goddamn long before your favorite shows come back from their breaks.  I mean, I don’t need a continuous stream of MadMen all year

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H&M Launches Home Decor in UK, Breaks My American Heart

junkyardarts July 22, 2011 Comments Off on H&M Launches Home Decor in UK, Breaks My American Heart

News that H&M had launched a home styling line sent my heart a flutter, just like any other reasonably obsessed American is with the line of questionable quality but gorgeous design would do. Like

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