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kolbisneat:

All three Chrono Trigger-themed cuckoo clocks: past, present, and future.

Keepin’ it tidy.

explore-blog:


Minimalist pictogram icons for famous painters, using colors and shapes reflective of their signature styles.
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explore-blog:

Minimalist pictogram icons for famous painters, using colors and shapes reflective of their signature styles.

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arteyejournal:

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Our new issue of Hi-Fructose New Contemporary Art Magazine arrives in April and features a beautiful cover and feature by Fuco Ueda, the art of Ray Caesar, interactive graphic work by Brosmind, the sculptures of Erika Sanada, Tristram Lansdowne’s otherworldly architectural paintings, Laura Ball’s constructed animal paintings, painter, Justin Bower’s glitch paintings, Jordan Kasey, surreal photography and origami works by Alma Haser, Brandi Milne’s new book, an interview with Long Gone John about this new B-Kawz release, and a very special 16 page insert by Al Columbia, featuring beautiful reproductions of his works on paper, and more! Pre-order a copy today!
About/Contact

Hi-Fructose is a quarterly print art magazine, founded by artists, Attaboy and Annie Owens in 2005. Hi-Fructose focuses squarely on the art which transcends genre and trend, assuring readers thorough coverage and content that is informative and original. Hi-Fructose showcases an amalgamation of new contemporary, emerging as well distinguished artists, with a spotlight on awe inspiring spectacles from round the world.

Hi-Fructose Magazine Quarterly Print Magazine is distributed internationally and carried in major bookstore chains including Barnes & Noble, Hastings as well as major art store chains, boutiques, galleries and news stands worldwide.

Major wholesale distribution: The Source Interlink, Ingram Periodicals, Last Gasp, Diamond Comics Distribution, Turnaround UK, DKE
Each beautifully designed, full color issue is printed on high quality paper. Hi-Fructose goes beyond the comfort zone of the “alternative” norm to deliver a diverse cross section of the most influential, genre bending art of our time as well as breaking new and amazing talents.

Readers of Hi-Fructose are intelligent, forward moving people seeking to satisfy their cravings for new and unique art: Hi-Fructose informs, rather follows trends in mainstream media including film, fashion and design.

Contact:
Hi-Fructose The New Contemporary Art Magazine
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Founders & Editors in Cheif | Daniel “Attaboy” Seifert & Annie Owens-Seifert
annie@hifructose.com
attaboy@yumfactory.com

Editor at Large | Kirsten Anderson
Advertising and Sponsorships | Barbara Jalynsky, barbj@hifructose.com
Distribution | Annie Owens, annie@hifructose.com

Blog Editor | Nastia Voynovskaya, nastia@hifructose.com
Blogger | Danny Olda
General | info@hifructose.com
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Staff:
Assistants to the Cheif Editors | John Arron Breed, Abbie Connors, Jake Beaumaster

Copy Editor | Evan Rosa

Contributing Writers | Danny Olda, Roxane Goldberg, Silke Tudor, Liz Ohanesian, Nastia Voynovskaya, Jennifer Pappas, Kirsten Anderson, Joseph Williams, Liana Aghajanian, Jeff Min, Molly Enholm, Harriet Levenston.

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tristyntothesea:

My hair was so nice… What did I do to it?!

alysha:

alysha nett by asher moss for models in the morning  Ver en alta resolución

alysha:

alysha nett by asher moss for models in the morning 

dcu:

Robin Rises: Omega returns a Robin to Batman and Robin
DC Comics announced today that they  are bring back a Robin to the pages of “Batman and…”, but they won’t confirm who Robin is. Here’s what Peter J. Tomasi had to say:

Let’s just say that we are most definitely bringing back a Robin for Batman’s 75th anniversary. Batman needs a Robin and Robin needs a Batman, so what more needs to be said except that “Robin Rises: Omega,” drawn by the stupendous Andy Kubert, starts and ends with a bang and everything that occurs in this epic story all has seeds that Pat Gleason and I planted back during our first arc in “Batman and Robin: Born To Kill.”

I’m sure we all think/hope Damian will return, but I have an INSANE theory. Although we already know Dick Grayson’s post Forever Evil fate, what if Dick Grayson returned as Robin? Perhaps a young Dick from the past come to the future? It seems like an appropriate story for the 75th anniversary: Batman and Robin together again…
Or it’s Damian Wayne or Carrie Kelly. Either way, it’ll get spoiled for us before hand somehow. Ver en alta resolución

dcu:

Robin Rises: Omega returns a Robin to Batman and Robin

DC Comics announced today that they  are bring back a Robin to the pages of “Batman and…”, but they won’t confirm who Robin is. Here’s what Peter J. Tomasi had to say:

Let’s just say that we are most definitely bringing back a Robin for Batman’s 75th anniversary. Batman needs a Robin and Robin needs a Batman, so what more needs to be said except that “Robin Rises: Omega,” drawn by the stupendous Andy Kubert, starts and ends with a bang and everything that occurs in this epic story all has seeds that Pat Gleason and I planted back during our first arc in “Batman and Robin: Born To Kill.”

I’m sure we all think/hope Damian will return, but I have an INSANE theory. Although we already know Dick Grayson’s post Forever Evil fate, what if Dick Grayson returned as Robin? Perhaps a young Dick from the past come to the future? It seems like an appropriate story for the 75th anniversary: Batman and Robin together again…

Or it’s Damian Wayne or Carrie Kelly. Either way, it’ll get spoiled for us before hand somehow.

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