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New work from illustrator Izzie Klingels

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By Izzie Klingels in New Illustration on Sunday 18 September 2011

It’s been nearly two years since I left the cultural overload of London for a quieter life in Seattle. Has the change of scenery influenced my work? I think so.

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Beautiful wearable art by Chantal Young

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By Izzie Klingels in New Art on Wednesday 31 August 2011

Chantal Young is an innovative designer based in Milan who works with print and batik to create wearable art. She employs everyday objects such as bubble wrap, wire mesh and fallen leaves in her work and treats each garment as a canvas on which she carefully places each element, ensuring no two dresses are ever the same.

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Astounding video for Soft Petal’s Dumb Eyes

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By Izzie Klingels in New Music on Wednesday 31 August 2011

Portland/LA duo Soft Metals combine dreamy layered synth pop with beguiling vocals and thoughtful lyrics. Christian J Petersen, creative director of Seattle’s Dumb Eyes, has made a video for new single Voices, which takes us on a hallucinogenic journey into a disturbed young girl’s mind.

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Scilia rings from Five and Two

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By Izzie Klingels in New Fashion on Wednesday 31 August 2011

I can’t say I’m a huge fan of the crystal craze. Crystals, like triangles, are ubiquitous these days as visual shorthand for something vaguely mystical. I love these Scilia rings from Five and Two because, rather than evoking the nurturing qualities of Mother Earth, they seem to have tumbled out of an acid nightmare future where everything is synthetic.

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Psychedelic collage work by Goof Button

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By Izzie Klingels in New Art on Thursday 25 August 2011

Goof Button is a collage artist whose work I was introduced to by I Want You Magazine. I think we can all agree that psychedelic collage is something of an oversaturated market at the moment, but to my mind Goof Button is king of the genre, combining subversive eroticism with a sharp aesthetic.

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