Michael Beerens – Corrida

French artist Michael Beerens recently painted a wall in the 13th district of Paris to support the cause of the militants anti-bullfight. The mural consists of a large panda with scarves attached that represent then three countries that still practice the bullfight ; France, Spain & Portugal. Watch the video after the click!

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Michael Tyznik – Game of Thrones Transit Map

Graphic designer Michael Tyznik created a series of maps inspired by the widely successful book series/tv show Game of Thrones. The map would transport you across Westeros and Essos on an imaginary railway, going from Kings Landing to Winterfell. Each city is geographically outlined in its place, according to the books and official maps and is also littered with references from the series.

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Michael Carini – The Up-Side of Down

Our man Michael Carini has been putting in a lot of work these days. The San Diego based artist has a beautiful and vibrant abstract style that evolves everyday. His new series “The Upside of Down” is a beautiful group of new paintings that shows the diversity of his abilities.

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Michael Carini – The Palette Series

“For the past six months I have been working on the largest and most complex piece I have ever created for Alexander Salazar-Fineart and Merrill Lynch. Documenting the entire process with daily photo updates and YouTube videos, I was also compelled to save the 9 unique palettes for the 9 paintings so that I can frame and present them in the same format as the paintings themselves.” –Michael Carini

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Michael Wolf – Architecture of Density

Michael Wolf was born in Germany and was raised in the United States, Europe, and Canada. In 1976 he obtained a degree in visual communication at the University of Essen, Germany, where he studied with Otto Steinert. In his Architecture of Density series, Wolf takes a look at how the urban landscape is itself powerful imagery.

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