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Is holiday shopping one big jail for you? Free yourself from the bonds of gift giving opression and get inspired with the ultimate Orange is the New Black gift guide. Your Dandelion will love these crafty and creative gifts!  True Love From Crazy Eyes' mouth to your boo, this embroidery from...
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Holiday movies are some of the best movies around. While we think it is perfectly acceptable to watch them at any time of year now is really the time to bask in their glow. In that spirit we’ve collected some amazing fan art inspired by our favorite holiday classics. Grab a...
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Forty years ago, designer Yuko Shimizu created everyone’s favorite Japanese bobtail cat (or is she a British girl?!), Hello Kitty, for the Sanrio Company. Though she hasn’t aged a bit, the fabulous feline turns 40 this year. In honor of this paw-some occasion, artists from around the world are celebrating the...
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Long Beach Comic Con isn’t the big kahuna, and yet, its intimate seaside setting is an exceptional venue for attendees to show off their fabulous, freaky, and fannish good selves. Between the stitch-perfect cosplayers and the shelves of comic book back issues I found aisle after aisle of talented, intrepid artists....
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New York artist Christopher Chiappa makes art that packs a visual punchline. A former protégé of the legendary Jeff Koons, Chiappa broke out on his own with sculptures, cartoons, videos, and animations that bury meaning and humor in richly layered works.  Since debuting in 1998 with his solo exhibition “It Feels...
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It’s the 10th anniversary of the TV series Lost, and although the show technically ended in 2010, it has had a remarkable afterlife thanks to the work of dedicated fan artists. Back in 2004, we learned the surprisingly useful term, “wardrobe malfunction,” sang along to the hella catchy “Hey Ya,” and...
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Artist, designer, futurist, and cultural influencer Antonio Brasko is known for the kick ass creative he’s done for leading brands including Nike, Adidas, and Dr. Marten’s, but in his free time, he’s busy exploring the intersection of fashion and street art with his “Brandalism” series of Montana spray paint cans. With...
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Fan artist Kiki Jenkins flips our expectations on their head with this gorgeous and surprising genderbent piece featuring Dean Winchester and Castiel from TV’S Supernatural. Genderbending, or genderswapping, is the practice of taking familiar characters and switching their gender. At times, it may be a political statement about the treatment of women...
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Coco Chanel once said “In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different.” Chinese artist Mu Chen’s take on Chanel’s iconic logo for her “Color” series certainly stands out from the crowd. Using five different types of earth collected specifically from China and using an ancient method of tamping earth,...
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