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Street art and graffiti by German artist MAD C

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By Olgica Terzic in New Art on Wednesday 23 May 2012

MAD C is an amazing German graffiti artist with a brutal style of street letters. You probably couldn’t guess that MAD C is female. And the best thing is that, everyone expects female artists to make cute stuff, but MAD C isn’t that kind of artist. I couldn’t believe my eyes when I found her Vimeo videos on […]

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Character design by Michael Kutsche

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By Olgica Terzic in New Art on Tuesday 22 May 2012

This guy is simply genius for his character design. I  love his style, especially his paintings. They’ve got a lot of strange energy. He worked as a lead character designer in Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.

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Animated music video for Sick Of It All’s District

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By Olgica Terzic in Video on Tuesday 22 May 2012

Everybody who knows New York hardcore band Sick Of It All, and has watched the video for the song District and Relentless knows Mike Pappa. His work has a rough, raw style that goes with his hardcore music (which I am fan of).

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New work from Serbian illustrator Marijana Orsolic-Orsho

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By Olgica Terzic in New Art on Tuesday 22 May 2012

Marijana Orsolic-Orsho is a Serbian freelance illustrator, animator, type designer, and friend of mine. I really like her style, so I totally recommend checking her work out. She’s been featured in a lot of publications (Curvy, Semi Permanent 2010), and also participated in DMY Convection Design at the Berlin Festival. 

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Thrash metal brutal horror neon illustration by Godmachine

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By Olgica Terzic in New Art on Monday 21 May 2012

Godmachine is one of the most underrated illustrators. His style is a combination of old-school skateboard and thrash metal brutal horror neon style. Or as he says, his art is born of Jim Philips and raised by Simon Biseley, and adopted by his everyday influences: film, music and literature. You can see his illustrations on many famous brands, like Adidas, Globe, Osiris, Tony Hawk.

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