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Multidisciplinary artist Casper Braat has recently takes a stab at the world’s largest fast food chain, McDonald’s, by going further than just to create work about it – he makes it a religion (“McJezus“).

Braat mass crafted paraphernalia incorporating McDonald’s goods such as spoons and fry holders to be purchased at a highly marked up cost as it could now be considered “iconography.”

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Some beautiful new work done by fine artist Hannah Stouffer which are currently on display at the Philadelphia based space – Paradigm Gallery in a duo show alongside Hilary White entitled “Ingress/Egress.”

Stouffer’s work leads one into a natural play of self-realization through visually mapped out emotional planes; her conscious decision to pour energy into the viewer finding diverse ways to simple answers that lie within.

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Calligraphy artist Ian Barnard has created a brilliant video of typographic works using only our favourite ingredients. From Broccoli to Chilli Peppers Barnard’s perfectly lettering shows us as he says: “Showing that you don’t need expensive tools to do calligraphy. Actually anything will do!” What the video after the click.

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Born and raised in Vancouver, BC, Lauren Brevner grew up in a mixed heritage family rich with culture and inspiration. In 2009, she moved to Osaka, Japan in hopes of reconnecting with her roots. There, Lauren had the honour of apprenticing under renowned artist, Sin Nakayamal. It was through her mentor that she first began her work as an artist. Nakayamal was the inspiration that sparked her journey to self-taught fruition.

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Sam Octigan is an artist and illustrator based in Melbourne Australia. Best known for working across a range of mediums for a range of audiences, marrying traditional and contemporary techniques, his bold style and visual sense are evident throughout all of his work.

“No Place Like Home” is a solo exhibition recently held at the RVCA Corner Gallery in Melbourne, Australia this past June. ‘No Place Like Home’ explores the idea of leaving, returning to and creating a home. The possibility of what a new environment can hold. The desire for comfort, familiarity and to put down roots.

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