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The Life Of Fly – Magnus Muhr

Winter is gone and spring lies ahead. But the warm seasons do not only hold sun ready, but also pesky little guys – flies. Magnus Muhr, a Swedish photographer, proves that these annoying insects make great characters in macabre, yet hilarious sketches.

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Daniel Lieske – The Wormworld Saga

If you like extremely well-drawn comic strips, you will love the digital graphic novel “The Wormworld Saga” by Daniel Lieske. It tells the adventures of a cute, little, day-dreaming boy called Jonas.

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Ursus Wehrli – Tidying Up Art

Last weekend the Swiss people turned down the offer to extend their leave days paid from four weeks per year to six weeks. In a public vote, two thirds turned down this seductive offer to support their country´s economy. If you think this is strange, you should know that Swiss are known to be up tight about order and neatness, sometimes up to the point of being painful. One of them is Ursus Wehrli, the artist I would like to introduce today. He is Swiss, he is different. He tidies up art. He is cool. It´s hilarious. See for yourself…

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Tape Artist Mark Khaisman

According to my dictionary, adhesive tape is defined as “a long thin piece of cloth or paper coated with adhesive” that is “used for binding or fastening”. However, Mark Khaisman´s jaw-dropping works proof adhesive tape to be an excellent tool for great art brought to live by light. See for yourself…

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Liu Bolin – Playing Hide and Seek

I have seen many great artworks when searching for inspiring art. But when it comes to photograph artists, Liu Bolin is definitely one of the best ones I have ever come across. Check out why Liu Bolin is also known as “The Invisible Man”.

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Street Artists – Julian Beever and Bansky

When walking the streets of big cities, one frequently comes across various forms of art. This might include anything from graffiti to sculptures, wheatpasting and poster art. Occasionally, people do huge chalk paintings on the sidewalks or in pedestrian zones. Even though all this art can be great, I think it has nothing on the work of two very famous and very special street artists whose work I consider to be brilliant. See for yourself whether you also appreciate the art of the pavement Picasso Julian Beever and  Bansky.