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New paintings from Australian artist Zoe Sernack

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By Zoe Sernack in New Art on Monday 21 January 2013

Australian artist Zoe Sernack channels the beauty of natural forms in her recent botanical paintings which display a beautifully orchestrated balance between vibrant summer colours, composition and form.

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New work from photographer Ignacio Torres

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By Zoe Sernack in New Photography on Thursday 29 March 2012

I came across the New York photographer Ignacio Torres, and instantly felt that all adults could grow up to be children. Models are frozen in time surrounded in star dust, as if made of cosmic matter.

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New work from San Francisco artist Lisa Congdon

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By Zoe Sernack in New Art on Wednesday 28 March 2012

San Francisco artist Lisa Congdon does beautiful mixed media drawings. This one is of a woman from the arctic Sami people, taken from her Boreas series. Her work is nicely coloured and insightful, yet childish in the most perfect way.

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Porcelain skull sculptures by Katsuyo Aoki

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By Zoe Sernack in New Art on Thursday 22 March 2012

Katsuyo Aoki is a Japanese sculptor from Tokyo who uses porcelain to create her series of skull shaped works, entitled Predictive Dream. As she says: ‘The decorative styles, patterns and symbolic forms I allude to and incorporate in my works each contain a story based on historical backgrounds and ideas, myths, and allegories’. These sculptures take me back to that childhood movie, The Dark Crystal, or even The Predator.

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High-speed macro photography by Andrew Goldie

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By Zoe Sernack in New Photography on Thursday 22 March 2012

Much of photographer Andrew Goldie’s recent work involves high-speed macro photography. I love the sand and water images, in particular. They remind me of the cards a psychiatrist used to hold up or a moth having a fit; so 3D you think you could almost grab and manipulate the image further yourself.

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Paper skulls and tote bags by Jitesh Patel

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By Zoe Sernack in New Art on Thursday 22 March 2012

One of my interns came across this skull work by English graphic designer Jitesh Patel, who has a studio in Shoreditch, London. I have a serious love for skulls and this work done entirely in paper is just incredible. He uses his blog to celebrate tote bag prints and the talented designers who create digital illustration and graphic design print.

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Waterproof iPad and smartphone covers by Subtech

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By Zoe Sernack in New Products on Friday 2 March 2012

Have you ever lost your phone due to water damage? I have and that’s why I couldn’t believe it when I saw the Subtech dryskin, a 100% waterproof cover for your smartphone or iPad. In fact, it even allows you to take photos and videos down to 16 foot under water. Purchase them online and you can make your own Nemo film or find a real mermaid.

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