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Incredible CGI artworks you won’t believe aren’t photos

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By Pop and Dots in New Art on Thursday 3 October 2013

You wont believe this isn’t a real photo. In fact, that any of them aren’t real. These stunning, hyper-real digital artworks were created by the incredible artists at CGI Studios using just their considerable computer chops. And here I thought The Matrix was another world away in the future.

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At the Marton Restaurant in Taiwan you literally eat in a toilet bowl

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By Pop and Dots in Cool Travel on Thursday 3 October 2013

The Marton Restaurant in Taiwan, otherwise known as The Modern Toilet, has been around for few years and is certainly one of the more offbeat places to eat a meal at. Here, you eat eat noodles and chocolate sundaes in fancy toilet seats. And as these photos prove, the food is a little, erm, graphic […]

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Guadalajara-based artist Ursula Hernandez

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By Pop and Dots in New Art on Tuesday 10 September 2013

We came across this Guadalajara-based artist Ursula Hernández who invites people to enjoy her love for exploring and combining the possibilities of disciplines such as drawing and photography. The daughter of a photographer and a ballerina, her approach to art was shaped as a child. Of her work, she says: ‘I observe my environment and […]

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Acción Poetica by Armando Alanis

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By Pop and Dots in Video on Wednesday 4 September 2013

Finally the movement of Armando Alanis’ Acción Poetica (Poetry Action) has hit Guadalajara. Hundreds of young people have adopted and replicated his proposal, creating a movement. They take a bucket of paint, a brush and swipe the streets to paint verses on the harsh brick walls. All of this is following in the ideal of […]

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POP+DOTS makes reclaimed wood art installation for Casa Conceptos

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By Pop and Dots in New Art on Thursday 25 July 2013

Guadalajara-based art and design studio, POP+DOTS, attacks again, but this time it was Casa Conceptos in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco Mexico. The idea behind this installation was to re-use wood pieces and bits of what once were furniture, shelves, doors to form a variety of shapes, colours, and textures that, when organized in a pattern, create a beautiful composition and a wall memorial.

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