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wall art sculpture the lines of the hand
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“Julio from my eyes” Wall Art Sculpture by Marcela Morales

It might be over 3 decades ago since one of the most influential Latin American writers of all time Julio Cortázar departed this planet, but his legacy lives on not only through the vast body of writing he left behind, but through the vast thoughts these writings provoke in us and through the art it has been able to inspire as well. Marcela Morales, an intriguing self-taught artist whose body of work ranges… read more
Anna Volpi Flower project boudoir photography
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“Flower” Boudoir photography Project by Anna Volpi

Flower project by Anna Volpi is a rare example of  boudoir photography fused together with a brand-new sort of  genuine female gonzo photography, where a feminine approach to female nude is clear.In this very talented photographer’s own words: “These nine images are to be viewed in a certain order. The first image is actually the last image that was shot for the project. I want the series to be viewed, first, read more

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Interview Artist Ruth Hiller
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Interview With American Artist Ruth Hiller

Interview whit artist Ruth Hiller: FG: When did your passion for art start and how did it come to you? RUTH HILLER: My passion for art started as a small child when I visited Disneyland in the late 60’s. I was obsessed with drawing Mickey Mouse and Pluto! read more
Acrylic on Paper Untitled XII
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Interview Dark Artist Francesco Paolicchi

Francesco Paolicchi was born in Viareggio in 1988 and currently lives and works in Camaiore (Italy). With a fascination with the occult and surrealism, Francesco finds common ground with Kenneth Anger’s avant-garde cinematography, Roland Topor’s animation movies, David Lynch’s surreal and experimental short films and John Waters’ grotesque dark comedies. read more