timothy hon hung lee

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I love these beautiful drawings by Timothy Hon Hung Lee. They are so so detailed and very dreamy! See more here and here.
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love.me.com -Jun 06, 2009, 9:04PM
I love your work..they are awesome. keep it up.

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antoinette fleur

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Very in love with French illustrator Antoinette Fleur! I like sketchy style mixed with the bright colors. Check out her site for more of her work, some of the girls clearly set in Paris.
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Antoinette-Fleur -Apr 11, 2011, 4:51PM
Thanks for the paution and the comments! Here is a new video: Antoinette-Fleur in Shanghai http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOWmn8f4Bgo
-Feb 27, 2011, 2:24PM
Hello! Here is a new video. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEzWx6jKCNA May be the first of "Antoinette-Fleur around the world!" ;) Antoinette-Fleur

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lauren levy

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I love these intricate scissors by Lauren Levy – especially that they’re made of buttons! They almost don’t look like buttons anymore…
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Okay, so this is an ad for T-Mobile, but it’s really cool! They hired some dancers to just start dancing at a certain time in Liverpool Street Station, and everyone else sort of started to join in! It’s awesome- my favorite part is people’s reactions to the sudden dancing! I wish we all just danced around more…

Ellie -Jun 18, 2009, 9:32AM
is there anything better than random mass dancing... no i dont think there is
Dominique DjeDje -Apr 06, 2009, 10:53PM
This soooo made my day, scratch that, my week. Thanks for this, I'm sending it to everyone I know.

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If you’re looking for a way to while away the afternoon, may I recommend Dogs Looking Like People, a little blog entirely devoted to cute pictures of dogs doing human-like things. Or sometimes just being cute. I got the above pictures from there – they just tickle me pink! Enjoy…

Stine-Andrea -Apr 05, 2009, 3:24PM
omg.. that is so cute!
Jen -Apr 05, 2009, 2:49PM
OMG the first dog looks exactly like my dog, shelby!

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jacob livengood

I’m so intrigued with these works by Jacob Livengood – they’re just so interesting to look at! I’m a big fan of dots making up designs, so of course I love his use of them! See more here.
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logos

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These creative logos made by Wolff Olins really amuse me! I love the pretty flower one of course, but who doesn’t love plastic farm animals? More logos on their Flickr.
Via for me, for you.

dan-ah kim

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These ethereal pieces by Dan-ah Kim are too much! I just love the unworldly feeling of them, and the use of textures and sewing with the paint. Gorgeous! Check out My Love For You’s post about her to see a cool music video she worked on as well.

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I adore these collages by Linda Solovic – the colors, the printed papers, the shapes – they are so cute! You can see more collages here, and of course check out Linda’s website as well!
Via Design Related.

anna bond

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I love these whimsical illustrations by Anna Bond! I especially enjoy the bush monsters… scary! See more on her site, Rifle Design.
Via NotCot.

Kate -Apr 02, 2009, 4:54AM
This artist reminds me of artwork by Katie Vernon http://www.katievernon.com/
CapreeK -Apr 01, 2009, 7:14PM
I wrote about this girl on this week's TypeFace Tuesday feature! I loooooove her stuff! Her gig posters are phenomenal as well!

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colored smoke

These pictures take me to another place! They’re from a neat little set from HELMO called Colored Smoke. See more here.
Via It’s Nice That.

Brittany -Apr 03, 2009, 9:57AM
These are gorgeous!! Thank you for sharing!
Ilse -Apr 02, 2009, 7:15AM
It's like a smokey fairytale, you can make up a great magical story when you watch the picture. To another place, I agree!

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Dressed in sheepskin coats and hats, locals in Nuanquan China celebrate the Lantern Festival each year by flinging molten iron at a wall to create beautiful showers of sparks. The tradition reportedly started 4 or 500 years ago when a blacksmith was too poor to buy fireworks to celebrate the festival. A little dangerous, but so so beautiful! Check it out!
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