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Zac Freeman’s Junk Portraits

The first thing man acquires after leaving the warmth and comfort of his parent's house is a junk drawer. As soon as your mother isn't diligently lecturing you about the collection of super glue, extra remotes, over-sized shears, paper clips, and everything else necessary to MacGuyver your way from here to Internet ... continue reading
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The Art Of Stanley Chow

Staying abreast in the world of pop culture isn't as simple as constantly staring at Christina Hendricks as Joan Holloway from Mad Men... except when it is. Stanley Chow is a UK based illustrator with an impressive portfolio of illustrations in that minimalistic style that's all the rage right now. Where most portfolios ... continue reading
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Drinkwel Is The Multivitamin For People Who Drink SPONSORED

We down green drinks, work at standing desks and mess around with kettlebells to stay in shape, but that doesn't mean we don't enjoy knocking a few back at happy hour. Drinkwel is the multivitamin especially designed for guys who drink. The multivitamin was developed by two Berkeley grads to replenish nutrients, support liver health and process alcohol induced toxins so you can feel better about having those Double IPAs after you finish your run. Try it out, and if you aren't satisfied, they'll give you your money back, including shipping. ... check it out
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Halfanese

Francis Kmiecik, like most every other red-blooded male, has a penchant for hot women. But women with neon antlers, skeleton clothing, and giant tigers aren't frequently found (outside of Vegas) - so Kmiecik started illustrating them for his site Halfanese. Redheads, blondes, and brunettes with tattoos, fixies, ... continue reading
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Ted Vasin Paintings

The first thing you notice about Ted Vasin is that he looks like a painter version of a homeless version of a long-haired version of Hunter S. Thompson. And his paintings are equally as unqiue. Extremely well-rendered images are made in the contrasting styles of pencil sketch and vibrant abstract forms and organic ... continue reading
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Art of Linnea Strid

Remember when you used to take art classes and everyone told you that you were super talented and some day you were going to make it big? Linnea Strid is like that except she didn't get kicked out of the most lax arts program in the country like we did. True story. She reunites oil paint or pencil with plywood, ... continue reading
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Alain Delorme Photography

The "photography" of Alain Delorme is nothing short of fantastic. Employing elements like rickshaws, tricycles, and little Asian men allow him to create a perfect canvas on which to precariously perch some of the hugest collection of items (we're thinking Hoarders) we have ever seen. Delorme was in Shanghai for ... continue reading
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Origin Times Bugatti Watch Winder

At first glance, it looks like an alien spaceship or an engine block from the Delorean, but it's actually got more in common with everyone's favorite uber expensive car - the Bugatti Veyron. Upon closer inspection, this is actually a watch winder. In keeping with the style of the W16 engine block the Origin Times ... continue reading
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Paintings by Dane Lovett

Dane Lovett's still-life's are unlike any we've come across before. They're executed in a way that makes them remarkably realistic, and they all incorporate a musical motif. Whether it's a vase of a plant sitting on an old New Order CD or an intriguing stack of old VHS tapes, you'll appreciate the references (Janis ... continue reading
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Owen Freeman’s Illustrations

Owen Freeman's illustrations are the kind of art that's more pleasing to look at than the images that inspired them. He uses rich, saturated colors and digital painting over stark ink sketches create a surreal depiction of recognizable people and places. They're the kind of art you end up staring at without being ... continue reading
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The ‘P’ Is For Portfolio

A long time ago, on the website you're reading right now, we told you about an artist that is the closest thing our generation will ever have to a "master." His name is Keith P. Rein and he's the perfect combination of Ron Jeremy and Van Gogh. Turns out Pocahontits and Breakfast in Bed didn't satisfy his ambition ... continue reading
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Timba’s Illustration Department

If we did anything with print magazines (if you can remember what those are), Timba Smits would most certainly illustrate the covers. Timba's Illustration Department is a collection of his illustration works from Computer Arts Projects, Street Studio, Vampire Roller Babes, Beastie Boys, and the list goes on. His ... continue reading
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Grayson Castro

Grayson Castro is our kind of artist.  He takes iconic images of, well, icons... and zombifies them.  As zombies hit a sort of renaissance in today's pop culture (along with, unfortunately, vampires), Castro saw fit to take it into the high-brow world of art. Each painting is of a famous figure--Audrey Heburn, ... continue reading
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Paintings by Diego Gravinese

Ok, look past the boobage for a second. Diego Gravinese's images aren't photographs, they're actual paintings. Bright, vibrant, with deeply saturated colors and subjects full of action and movement, these paintings are emblematic of the good life. Sunny poolsides, scenes from a party, or simply non-sequitur images ... continue reading