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Posted on April 16, 2014

As a lover of all things art, TAE enjoys sharing inspiring things from all over the world, from artists of all ages. For today’s post, I want to feature a 14-year-old phenom named Zev, who uses the moniker Fiddle Oak. He’s a budding young photographer that combines portraits with macro shots, creating surreal images we [...]

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Posted on April 15, 2014

A lot of us love the beach, and with it goes creating sand castles. However, TAE discovered two artists who literally gave new meaning to what sand castles are supposed to be. Two artists, Vik Muniz and Marcelo Coelho collaborated on a project that involved etching sand castles on a single grain of sand. Yes, [...]

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Posted on April 14, 2014

TAE loves surreal, dreamlike photos, and Vincent Brady’s timelapse pictures are right on the money. He shot a lot of these magical photos of fireflies mostly during summer last year at two major locations: Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri and Grand Ledge, Michigan. Fireflies always looked mystical when we were kids, and Brady seems to [...]

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Posted on April 11, 2014

I’m very excited to share with you some exclusives from Stormie Mills, a TAE favorite. You know we love street art from all over the world, but having this Australian genius thrilled to be involved with TAE just makes it all the more special.

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Posted on April 9, 2014

In addition to art, I have a strong passion for travel. You could only imagine how happy I get when those two worlds meet! I heard about the “happiest country on earth” called Bhutan, it’s a tiny country near India, Tibet, China, and Nepal. It’s a landlocked country about the size of Indiana, with a population [...]

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Posted on April 8, 2014

Don’t you just miss the feel of printed photos? Especially Polaroids. I guess that’s why I love film – there’s just something about tangible copies of our memories. There’s also the excitement that comes with it, waiting for a print to develop, whether it’s at the 1-hour counter, in your own dark room, or endlessly [...]

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Posted on April 7, 2014

We’ve always known Japan to be one of the best places to explore creativity and expression. With cities like Tokyo leading the world in technology, it’s nice to know that this is a country that embraces it ancient culture just as much as they open themselves to infinite modern possibilities. That’s the reason I got [...]

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Posted on April 4, 2014

Christian Guémy is often called “France’s answer to Banksy” (who by the way is one of my fav artists), so naturally I got curious and went on to research about him. I was blown away by his works, mostly stencil art! He uses the moniker C215, and he’s been a graffiti artist for over 20 years. That’s [...]

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Posted on April 2, 2014

A couple of years ago, a woman named Yayoi Kusama created an interactive art installation unlike any other. This Japanese artist is one of those people, who prove that art is transcendent. Her works of mostly pop art (and obsession with dots!), avant-garde works, and various installations all over the world show that this freedom [...]

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Posted on April 1, 2014

Hey everyone, tonight I want to share with you some great street art I only recently discovered. The guy’s name is Beau Stanton, a painter from Brooklyn, NY. He caught my eye because, even though you all know I’m a huge fan of street art, his is inspiringly bizarre, and I mean that in the [...]

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