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Photographer Trevor Christensen has a great take on the
nude portrait.

Rather than getting his subjects to take off their clothes, he strips down and records his subject’s reactions.

Interestingly, the pictures below are from the start of the project, when he was photographing friends and girlfriends, but he’s looking to expand (sorry) out to photographing a wider cross-section of strangers.

A simple, clever idea that flips a convention on its head. Very nice:

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NYC-based photographer Justin Bettman and stylist Gozde Eker build sets from discarded objects and furniture as part of their #setinthestreet project. After building and photographing a set, the duo leave it in situ with a note encouraging passersby to take their own pictures and upload them to Instagram with the hashtag #setinthestreet.

There’s a real charm to the contrast and interaction of the sets with the environment they’re sitting in. I like it:

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One inch funk

Kung Fury is a totally sweet-looking 80’s-style martial arts film, with the very staid plot of a renegade cop going back in time to kill Hitler, the “Kung Fuhrer.” 

They’ve cleverly given their (now successful) Kickstarter project a massive marketing boost by getting The Hoff to sing Kung Fury‘s theme song “True Survivor”, then packing the video with some incredible street gang skateboarding, machine gun-wielding, dinosaur-riding, Norse god-ing action from the film itself. Righteous:

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Laura Facci, a student at the Design Institute of Caracas created this cool anatomical alphabet:

Laura Facci - Human Body Alphabet

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Flutter by

London-based artist Zack Mclaughlin creates these sweetly
life-like birds from wood and cut paper leaves:

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Biomechanical oil paintings by Atsushi Koyama:

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Low fi cutie pie

Fuzzy, weird, great gifs from illustrator and animator Julian Glander:

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