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beautiful creature

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Litter Bugs by Mark Oliver

This series of urban entomology explores the Arthropod sub-species of the Insecta class: bugs that have developed the adaptive ability to camouflage themselves in their environment so effectively that they render themselves nearly invisible. One man’s trash is another species’ ecosystem.

Artist: Flickr / Behance / Website

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~my roommates and I~

I’m loving my time in NYC. I am so sad because I have pneumonia + bronchitis! So sleeping forever and returning to work/real world on Tuesday.


Salt Art by Motoi Yamamoto

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#nature  #lunacy  

Sorry I never post! I moved to NYC, and if I am not interning, I am at work or school. 


Beth Cavener Stichter (featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 16) caught our attention with her raw sculptural style. The artist forms animals by hollowing out blocks of clay, giving her subjects a raw, unrefined appearance as if they sprang from the material itself. In her latest body of work for her second solo show at Claire Oliver Gallery, “Come Undone,” Cavener Stichter refined her aesthetic, creating animal sculptures that are more stylized with deep grooves and glazed with different shades of gray — a departure from her minimally embellished work from the past. Take a look at a few images from “Come Undone,” which opens September 13 at Claire Oliver in New York City.