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I came across Albert Exergian and thought his television poster work should be showcased on the blog. Exergian’s posters are based on a variety of television shows that share the same simple, geometric aesthetic. They were created out of a love for modernism, television and posters.

For more of Albert’s work visit http://www.exergian.com/

Due to the huge amount of inquires for these prints to be made available, Blanka, is bringing them to you as a series of A1 Epson Giclee Prints.

Visit http://www.blanka.co.uk/Art/Exergian/Iconic_TV

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Naoko Ito: Artist, New York

Naoko Ito was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, she lives and works in New York CIty. She received a BA in Science of Design with a concentration in museum studies from Musashino Art University in Tokyo.

Her latest series of works titled “Urban Nature” transforms tree branches into art by sawing the branch into small pieces, putting them in jars, then stacking the jars into the original shape of the branch.

For more of Naoko’s art visit www.naoko-ito.com

David Tupper “Chula”: Painter, California

art: Waiting, artist: David Tupper

David Tupper “Chula” was born in 1968 and grew up in Chula Vista, California. He graduated from the School of the Creative and Performing Arts, attending the SDSU fine arts program, before moving to North Park in uptown San Diego. There he learned to tattoo, and exhibited his paintings at small venues such as the Peanut Gallery, Raw Arts and the Rita Dean Gallery.

art: To Find a Quiet Place, artist: David Tupper

David continues to be influenced by his youth spent so close to the California / Mexico border, utilizing bright colors and Hispanic imagery mixed with traditional tattoo and vintage American symbolism. David’s paintings are bright, striking, beautiful and raw.

art: Standards, artist: David Tupper

For more of David’s work visit http://davidtupper.artmystyle.com/

Via DesignKlub: Japanese architecture firm Schemata has produced a series of work called Flat Tables.  Using epoxy, the designers have transformed damaged and unconventional surfaces such as school desks into new, smooth surfaces. A lovely way to give discarded items new life.

Via DesignKlub: Japanese architecture firm Schemata has produced a series of work called Flat Tables.  Using epoxy, the designers have transformed damaged and unconventional surfaces such as school desks into new, smooth surfaces. A lovely way to give discarded items new life.

 

Rimi Yang: Painter, Los Angeles

Korean artist Rimi Yang has an emotionally driven style that visually explores the innermost realm of the human psyche, uniting abstract expressionism and figurative studies.

Raised in Osaka Japan, the aesthetic in which she works today is the result of extensive training from notable institutions and instructors in the art world.

For more on Rimi’s work visit www.rimiyang.com