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Hogwarts is probably the coolest school in the world, but it’s a bit of a hassle, too, between the dementors, the ghosts, the revolving door of Defense Against the Dark Arts professors. What if you could still hang out with your favorite fantasy characters without all the drama and danger of...
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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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Sometimes the littlest things in every day life are just what you need to give your creativity a jolt (along with your morning coffee). You won’t believe what these five artists did with just a little sweet inspiration! Andy Magee’s piece, Artificial Sweetener, pays homage to Andy Warhol and his iconic Marilyn...
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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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Hollywood could take a lesson or two (or seven) from these fan artists. These posters look better than most of the billboards I’ve seen along Sunset Boulevard. 1. The Maze Runner Loaded with easter eggs, hidden details, and (careful!) spoilers, this poster was made by a true Maze Runner fan (http://bloodygreenie.tumblr.com/). But...
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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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Canadian artist Dorota Pankowska kicks brand-inspired art into the stratosphere by using actual products to create her hilarious, conceptual, and often edible art. I was thrilled to be able to ask “Dori the Giant” about what inspires her, how she comes up with her original ideas, and how her foodie street...
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Here’s a short list of my favorite art sites, which never fail to inspire me. These sites are from all over and offer a well-rounded perspective of the art world.  It’s Nice That This British site “champions creativity across the art and design world,” covering everything from fashion shoots to high...
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Atlanta-based artist Gregor Turk talks to WTB site director Dottie – tackling everything from lamps to maps, to his burning love for a 1972 Oldsmobile Cutlass convertible. 1. You are the very definition of a multi-disciplinary artist, working in photography, sculpture, ceramics… you even make lamps! What medium did you start...
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Are you doing all you can to build a powerful, effective online presence? Creative Capital's Professional Development Program (PDP) Core Leaders Jackie Battenfield and Aaron Landsman have excellent advice on how you can make sure you're using the right digital tools to showcase your talents. Their Artist’s Tools Handbook was the foundation...
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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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Remember the days before we backed up our entire lives “in the cloud” and people still used floppy disks to store their files? London-based artist Nick Gentry explores the contemporary meaning of once ubiquitous but now obsolete media in his floppy disk portraits. For Gentry, these personal artifacts create a striking canvas for...
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These artists will inspire you to create work beyond what you thought possible.  Last week we featured an in-depth interview with our very first Artist-In-Residence (AIR), Miami-based Jonathan Stein, all about his incredible Swarovski encrusted Matzoh boxes, Red Bull and Spam cans. His droll sense of humor makes for quite...
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Lucy Sparrow is an artist based in London who explores her “feltism” through objects she handcrafts entirely out of felt and wool. Here are some of the most deliciously desirable from the shop: 1 & 2 -- Everyone’s favorite British candy bar Flake…. and it’s healthier cousin, the smiling banana. 3...
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Inspiration for artists can strike at any time -- while doing something as exciting as traveling abroad, or something as mundane as running errands. As an artist, it’s important to keep an open mind every day, as you could be surprised by where find your latest motivation. On Worship the Brand,...
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