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c3: the creative conscious collective

Intelligent, Creative Jewelry Design

Intelligent, Creative Jewelry Design

by Olita Charlie

Vanessa Gade's jewelry line is inspired by the diverse urban landscape of San Francisco. 

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Cecilia Paredes Disappears in Her Paintings
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Cecilia Paredes Disappears in Her Paintings

by Olita Charlie

Born in Lima, Peru, Cecilia Paredes is painted to blend into floral-patterned wallpaper in her series titled, Landscapes.

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Abstract Fireworks by artist, Tom Payer

Abstract Fireworks by artist, Tom Payer

by Olita Charlie

Happy new year! “By racking the focus and using a shallow depth of field, you can achieve some in camera special effects while photographing fireworks.” – artist, Tom Payer

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The Chihuly Collection

The Chihuly Collection

by Kayla Fletcher

Dale Chihuly is a world-renowned artist who is famous for his beautifully lit and arranged glass installations.

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Perception of Time

Perception of Time

by Kayla Fletcher

“My style, my mark. It’s technique driven. Process driven. It began with the investigation of the mark-making capabilities of spray paint and has become an evolution.” ― Hoxxoh

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Interview with Ricky Watts: The Art Element

Interview with Ricky Watts: The Art Element

by Kayla Fletcher

“Public art brings color and freshness to a community, and I feel very fortunate to be able to give that gift.” ― Ricky Watts

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A Possible, False World
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A Possible, False World

by Olita Charlie

As technology advances and the human ability to create is provided various tools, the creative landscape can become a forest of bizarre designs

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A Kickstarter: The Bright Lights of Wabash Avenue, Chicago

A Kickstarter: The Bright Lights of Wabash Avenue, Chicago

by Adrienne Cheney

West of Michigan Ave. and east of State St., Wabash Ave. is the middle child of downtown Chicago.

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Ghostly Murals by artist Li-Hall

Ghostly Murals by artist Li-Hall

by Olita Charlie

Canadian visual artist Li-Hill who is based in Brooklyn paints ghostly depictions of angels and animals with giving them a sense of energy and motion.

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The Dali Museum: A Museum Fit For A Genius

The Dali Museum: A Museum Fit For A Genius

by Kayla Fletcher

The architect of the Dali Museum, Yann Weymouth, describes the asymmetrical formation as…

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A Strong Wave of Delicate Design

A Strong Wave of Delicate Design

by Olita Charlie

This past month, the city of Chicago hosted its annual International Exposition of Contemporary & Modern Art, showcasing artwork from 146 galleries around the world.

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Our Judgement as Performance Art
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Our Judgement as Performance Art

by Olita Charlie

As humans, we judge ourselves, others, and unknown cultures. Judging is an attribute of being human.

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WALL/THERAPY is Changing the Creative Cityscape of Rochester

WALL/THERAPY is Changing the Creative Cityscape of Rochester

by Olita Charlie

Do you like to travel? If so, then I have a proposal for you; imagine a trip that would take you to view artists from Cuba, Rome, Mexico, Nassau, Amsterdam…

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Cy Twombly’s Inspiration from Poetry and Other Factoids

Cy Twombly’s Inspiration from Poetry and Other Factoids

by Olita Charlie

In the 1950’s, Cy Twombly’s inspiration from ancient Greek literature, poetry and Roman mythology moved him to create large size paintings...

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The Tallest Sculpture in Ireland

The Tallest Sculpture in Ireland

by Olita Charlie

Composed of 2,400 powder coated mild steel tubes, the 37.5 meters tall sculpture, Rise was erected in 2011 representing a “new dawn” for Belfast.

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Artist, Valeriya Kutsan, calls herself an “Image Designer”

Artist, Valeriya Kutsan, calls herself an “Image Designer”

by Olita Charlie

We stumbled across Valeriya Kutsan, a Russian make-up artist that gives herself the title of “image designer”.

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Follow The Pink Rabbit

Follow The Pink Rabbit

by Olita Charlie

They call it preposterous, that’s just too insensitive, nor is it “startling” – we love this pink bunny.  It should be noted that “complimentary” includes a well designed contrast.

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Why Is There So Much Street Art in Brazil?

Why Is There So Much Street Art in Brazil?

by Olita Charlie

Have you noticed some of the best street art comes from Brazil? We are not talking “tagging”, but bonafide murals painted to resurrect communities and color “the concrete jungle”.

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Murals to Classrooms: The Wall Art Project

Murals to Classrooms: The Wall Art Project

by Olita Charlie

From the Wall Art Project: If there is a white wall, the desire to draw is in the nature of everyone who sees…

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Amazon’s Headquarters Includes a Large Bio-Sphere

Amazon’s Headquarters Includes a Large Bio-Sphere

by Olita Charlie

Amazon plans to build a large bio-sphere outside its work offices, transforming the city-scape of South Lake Union district of Seattle.

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Waito’s Oil Paintings of Crystals
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Waito’s Oil Paintings of Crystals

by Olita Charlie

Born in Toronto,  artist Carly Waito is known for her elegant artworks and sculptural installations inspired by the natural world.

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Los Angeles’ 1920s Past in Art Deco Architecture

Los Angeles’ 1920s Past in Art Deco Architecture

by Olita Charlie

In 1919, 50% of the people living in Los Angeles lived in Downtown Los Angeles, and they were all mostly Protestant Anglo-Saxons.

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Perseverance and Ingenuity Make Great Art

Perseverance and Ingenuity Make Great Art

by Olita Charlie

In collaboration with artist Aaron Koblin, Creative Director of the Data Arts Team in Google’s Creative Lab

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Rubber Ducky Floats in Los Angeles Harbor

Rubber Ducky Floats in Los Angeles Harbor

by Olita Charlie

Floating somewhere in the Port of Los Angeles – we gather you can’t miss it from the 61 foot height … – is the world famous rubber duck for the Tall Ships Festival L.A.

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