Australian photographer James Popsys has some serious skills behind both the lens and his MacBook Pro, but his work is anything but serious. Popsys is not one to indulge in self-importance or highbrow projects but rather focuses on manipulating scenes from everyday life into playful, sometimes ironic works. That’s not to say his approach is…

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Denver-based artist Jaime Molina has a very specific aesthetic. Clearly influenced by folk art, Molina’s work seems to be part of a larger narrative, complete with characters and such. We love it all, but are really taken with his 3D sculpture work, which has a whimsical, yet rustic feel. We particularly love how Molina uses…

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Transforming everyday objects into art holds a special place for us. It harkens back to childhood thoughts, when our minds wandered while staring out the car window at cloud formations that looked like other things. Or when we’d doodle with no purpose other than to document our own whimsical musings. These days, artists apply conceptual…

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Serial projects, that is, ones that are repeated at daily intervals for a set period of time, are really an exemplification of self discipline and ferocious creativity. One such example is a project called 100 Hoopties by Detroit-bred, Los Angeles-based designer and cyclist Jenny Beatty. While completing a masters program at SVA in NYC, Beatty…

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Milan-based designer/illustrator/author Gerald Bear seems to have a bunch of questions in that tremendously creative brain of his. And he answers many visually in his ongoing series Unconventional Heroes. What if all Doc Brown could afford was a Fiat (instead of a DeLorean)? What if Michael Knight did his life’s work from a talking VW…

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French designers Romain Bourdieux and Thomas Pomarelle teamed up to create this killer series of posters. They work so well for many reasons… sense of color is fantastic, typography, composition, illustration are all really on-point. And as if the posters themselves aren’t enough, they took it to the next level with a “teaser trailer”, bringing…

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In honor of the close to what seemed like a very long week, we bring you the impeccable work of Paris-based Swiss art director Juri Zaech. Zaech enjoys developing side projects, including this “Write a Bike” series that marries typography and bikes in a decidedly retro way. Happy Friday! Via juri-zaech.com and Behance

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Teaming with ad agency Mother New York, BikeNYC recently launched this stellar outdoor campaign, calling attention to and promoting biking as a better transportation choice. We love the aerial perspective, tongue-in-cheek tone and impeccable Photoshop work. Via mothernewyork.com

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