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Contents:

Cristiana Couceiro

Alejandro Clavo

Jared Fiorino

Fumiko Toda

Vadim Gannenko

Massimo Nota

Selfportraits

Elsrgarcia

Adam Turnbull

Masha Rumianceva

Patric Sandri

Manuel Dall'Olio

Peter Baker

Sasha Boyarskaya

Kimm Whiskie

Evan Baden

Juliane Eirich

Dmitry Ledentsov

Naomi Vona

Irma Vecchio

Flying Star Toys

Juan Pablo Cambariere

Lizette Grecomoloko+ magazine

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Cristiana Couceirowww.setediasete.blogspot.com

Cristiana Couceiro was born in 1977. She lives and works in Lisbon, Portugal.i wanna be like greta Carbo. or a Blue angel, marlene, louise Brooks. amalia, the Fado singer. a retro look and a digital collage. on Saturdays I like to go through the flea market collecting memories. Feira da ladra as we call it here in lisbon. That means Thief Fair which is funny. Collecting other people's memory to build a new one. i like to play with scissors and glue and paper. a little piece here and there through the hills of my city. lisbon is old and new, vintage and modern, decadent somehow but with a white and clean sunlight. lisbon is bright decadent. It's filled with past and dreams. And there lays the inspiration for my work.

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Alejandro Clavowww.alejandroclavo.com

I work as art director in advertising since more twenty years ago in Spain, principally in Madrid and Palma de Mallorca, city where I actually reside. With my father as painter and my mother as sculptress... my future was marked! As a result of this, my training basically is self-educated. I have begun my web-site of conceptual art. On this web-site, Im exhibiting a sample of my artworks with the proposal of to express an ironical point of view about events of everyday life.

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From where do you usually get your inspiration? i dont believe in the inspiration. i only believe in the work. Without a shadow of a doubt. i think more in the perspiration than in the inspiration. In spite of this, I can say that my artworks are a reflection of the daily observation of all the surround us. it is always with an ironical view. Can you name the artists who had the most profound influence on you? I have been under the influence of all artists between Piero Della Francesca and marcel duchamp. However, internet has helped to know hundreds, thousands of artists. The techniques, disciplines, tendencies have been fusing. as a result of this, there are new artists, new tendencies. i think we are living a special moment. But, look out! a high percentage is too ephemeral. Where did you study and do you believe in the importance of formal education in design? Formal education or conventional education about design or art is very important. in other words, this education must not be ignored, but the artist must not remain there... remain behind! its necessary to know the rules, for break them.

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When are you the most productive? Day or night? i sometimes work in the day, and i sometimes work at night. although i have a predilection for to work at night, when there is silence, and at the same time i can listen to music in front of my computer. Does music help you in your art work? What are your favorite groups? ufff How explain it! my father played Spanish guitar, my sister plays cello; and i studied clarinet my training is classic: Prokofiev, Shostakovich, Sibelius, Bach but i have evolved and enlarged my musical spectrum: Bjork, kruder dorfmeister, Smashing Pumkins, massive attack no-thing is possible if there isnt music. But paradoxically, my favorite sound is the silence.

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Tell us more about your artworks Capuccino or Flies. my view of the things has an acid point. in the case of Capuccino, the look of the coffee attracted me. If for first time and quickly, you see the photo, you would think its perfectly normal a cup of cappuccino. only when you carefully look, the difference can be appreciated: any disagreeable for a lot of people. Have you got another passion besides art? Yes. all the activities related with the nature. What way do you like to relax in? i like to walk on the beach and to drink tea while i read newspapers. However, in those relax moments, my body rests but my mind continues working. i would like to disconnect me completely, but it isnt sometimes easy for me.

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Jared Fiorino

www.jaredfiorino.blogspot.com

Jared Fiorino is an ambitious freelance illustrator whom recently graduated from Ringling College of Art and Design and attended The Illustration Academy for one summer. His work has appeared in editorial publications, company logos, and several gallery shows. Interesting concepts and good music are some of the many inspirations that fuel Jareds hunger for innovation.Since i was a child ive always been passionate about drawing and it wasnt until my higher education that i truly had an understanding and appreciation for professional illustration. Be Im inspired by many things; music, video games, graffiti, skateboards, urban street life, machines, nature. above all, im inspired by my friends and all the people ive gone to school with, not to mention the fellow bloggers i admire through this site.

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Fumiko Todawww.fumikotoda.com

Fumiko Toda is an artist who currently lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. She was born and raised in rural Japan. She finds her inspiration by her childhood memory with nature. Her works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally.i am obsessively fascinated with color, texture, textile design, and form, although most of the images and inspiration I find for art, are drawn from my childhood background. i grew up in the japanese countryside, near the edge of a pond thriving in bio-diversity. i would spend long summer days collecting all manner of insects, leaves and stones to escape my isolation. after attending art university in kyoto, i moved to new York City, in 2001, and was strongly influenced by the urban experience; how metropolitan living tends toward disconnection and results in an existence bereft of intimacy. Through the making of art, i engage this disconnection: from the community of humankind, and from the natural world. Working on paper allows me to create different layers of acrylic paint, ink, graphite and oil-pastel; in the overlay of various surfaces and visual effects resulting from this process, i can suggest the passage of time and recollection of memory.

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Vadim Gannenkowww.flickr.com/photos/gannenko

Vadim Gannenko is a 29 years old Russian designer and illustrator. He graduated from The Academy of Design and Art in Kharkov with honors. He is the author of cover and centerfold of the NASH magazine. Now he lives in Kiev and Dneprpetrovsk. With his wife Vadim created the design studio Art Monolit. He likes to draw funny pictures and also his labrador Kenny.

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Massimo Notawww.notamax.it

Graduated as illustrator at the Istituto Europeo di Design, in Rome, collaborates with many Italian newspapers, as La Repubblica, Smemoranda Nessuno Tocchi Caino Avvenimenti... He has been awarded many prizes in national and European graphic and satiric competitions. His production is exposed in Italy, Spain and former Yugoslavia.

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Manuel DallOliowww.manueldallolio.it

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Patric Sandriwww.patricsandri.ch.vu

Patric Sandri is a freelance illustrator from Zurich, Switzerland. He is doing lots of own projects. He worked for different companies, music artists, newspapers and magazines in Switzerland. He is also available for freelance works and projects.

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