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Fairytale walkway in Kawachi Fuji Gardens

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By Jennifer Saul in Cool Travel on Wednesday 4 April 2012

A four hour bus ride away from Tokyo, this idyllic, fairytale walkway covered in a blanket of flowers, is located at Wisteria Tunnel at Kawachi Fuji Gardens, in Kitakyushu, Japan.

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Photographs of the female form by Dorrell Merritt

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By Jennifer Saul in New Photography on Wednesday 4 April 2012

Dorrell Merritt is a London-based photographer producing stunning, melancholic photographs with beautiful subjects often focusing on the female form. I’ve fallen in love with a series of photographs over on his Tumblr page. Having already achieved success with work with magazines like Dazed and Confused, here’s hoping he’ll soon be a worldwide known talent.

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Amazing Bic Pen Drawings by Juan Francisco Casas

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By Jennifer Saul in New Illustration on Tuesday 13 March 2012

Juan Francisco Casas is a Spanish artist with an amazing talent for creating Bic Pen portraits. Highly detailed and often risqué, his drawings have gained him worldwide recognition and it’s easy to see why.

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Graffiti artist Tilt decorates a French hotel room

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By Jennifer Saul in Cool Travel on Friday 2 March 2012

Graffiti artist Tilt has just completed this half-graffed room for French hotel Au Vieux Panier. Similar to the Carlton Arms in NYC, the interior design of each hotel room is on annual rotation, inviting world-renowned artists to make their mark. Panic Room by Tilt is just one of the amazing designs, split half-way down the middle creating one side of chaotic colours and the other bright white.

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Takanori Aiba’s Bonsai Tree House Sculpture

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By Jennifer Saul in New Art on Tuesday 21 February 2012

Takanori Aiba makes incredibly detailed sculptures using stone clay, epoxy putty, plastic, resin and copper line. His sculptures include lighthouses, balconies, bridges, towers and buildings.

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People I Want To Punch In The Face book

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By Jennifer Saul in New Products on Saturday 18 February 2012

A must have for any serious hater, the People I Want To Punch In The Face hand-bound original book is created by 27th Street Press. Described as a ‘Useful, non-violent alternative to mayhem’, it fits perfectly in your pocket at only 5 x 3.5” and for the wonderful sum of just $10.

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The Four Owls: Not Like Before

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By Jennifer Saul in New Music on Friday 17 February 2012

High Focus is a UK based Hip Hop crew and record label, doing big things right now. Consisting of Fliptrix, Verb T, Dirty Dike, Jam Baxter, Leaf Dog and their collective,The Four Owls, they’re already huge on the UK underground scene and now they are getting major props from all over the world, thanks to […]

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Vermin: UK-based graffiti artist

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By Jennifer Saul in New Art on Thursday 16 February 2012

Dale ‘Vermin’ Marshall is a British artist based in Bristol. Having had huge success in the UK with his art and graffiti, as well as numerous exhibitions in his home town and in the nation’s capital, he’s currently taking some time out to study in LA. Whilst in the USA he’s contributed to the LA […]

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Rapscallion: hand-made soft furnishings and gift design

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By Jennifer Saul in New Products on Thursday 16 February 2012

Rapscallion is a soft furnishings, interior and gift design company founded and run by House of Georgette, a talented crafty lady living in the UK. Her eye for detail, rich colours and textures helps to produce amazing, unique designs from curtains to cushions. All hand-made, each piece has been made with care and attention and […]

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New illustration work from Jennifer Saul

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By Jennifer Saul in New Illustration on Thursday 16 February 2012

I’m a London born and raised illustrator working mainly in line drawings, using pens, markers, and digital illustration processes to create my images. I find my inspiration from people, fashion, and photographs to produce crisp line drawings with eye-catching subjects.

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Natalia Fabia

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By Jennifer Saul in New Art on Wednesday 15 February 2012

Natalia Fabia is a Polish/American artist, raised and living in California. Her sultry oil paintings often reflect dark, but sparkly real life surroundings adorned with tattooed beauties and fish-net hookers. With an outstanding talent which seems to be reaching towards hyperrealism in some of her images, Fabia’s work is shocking, bright and original. Currently blowing up everywhere and exhibiting in New York until mid-February.

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Bar Crushers by UL rap duo Ill Move Sporadic

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By Jennifer Saul in New Music on Wednesday 15 February 2012

There is an abundance of good rap music pouring out from the UK shores right now. London-based beat duo Ill Move Sporadic’s latest release, Alpha Coda, with UK MC Joey Menza, is a perfect example. Bar Crushers, featuring Tenchoo, has been on rotation for a while now. Crispy beats and flawless bars.

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Milk & Cereal: Kids clothing label uses UK graffiti artists

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By Jennifer Saul in New Fashion on Tuesday 14 February 2012

Milk & Cereal is a clothing company for kids and babies, based in Bristol. They work with renowned UK graffiti artists such as Cheo, Paris, and Inkie, whilst also creating their own simple, original and wonderfully cute designs. The result is cool, inexpensive clothing that offers something a little different from your average children’s wear […]

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Food On My Dog

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By Jennifer Saul in Cool Websites on Tuesday 14 February 2012

Food On My Dog is a Tumblr project created by Andrew J Small and his Staffordshire Terrier Tiger. The title says it all. Woof woof.

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