1. Fiona Tang

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  4. Ralph Steadman’s Rare Illustrations Of George Orwell’s “Animal Farm”

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  5. Scenography by Studio Job for Lensvelt inside the 18th century Sala Cenacolo at Museum of Science and Technology (MOST). Featured products: Job Buffet, Job Desk, Job Table, Job Desk Lamp, Job Cabinet all designed byStudio Job for Lensvelt . Photo by Ilco Kemmere, © Lensvelt

    (Source: the-opsis.com)

  6. Jacob Sutton directs this highly entertaining alphabetical catalog of dance moves on the streets of LA, featuring dancers like Lil Buck and Nicole the Pole.

    Directed by Jacob Sutton

    List of Dancers:

    A – Arabesque, Morgan Quinn 
    B – B-girl, Bgirl Terra 
    C – Chicken Noodle Soup, Terence Dickson 
    D – Death Drop, Nick Lanzisera 
    E – East Coast Swing, Yani Marin, Nathan Kim 
    F – Finger Tut, John P-Nut Hunt 
    G – Grand Jeté, Julia Cinquemani 
    H – Harlem Shake, Amanda Meade-Tatum 
    I – Indian Bhangra, Reshma Gajjar 
    J – Jump Style, Høps 
    K – Krump, Jigsaw 
    L – Liquid Dance, Phillip ‘Pacman’ Chbeeb 
    M – Memphis Jookin, Lil Buck 
    N – Northern Soul, Levanna McLean 
    O – OMG, Anthony ‘Lil’ Bob’ Cabaero 
    P – Pole, Nicole ‘The Pole’ Williams 
    Q – Questionable, Reid Shapiro 
    R – Rumba, Junior and Emily Alabi 
    S – Step, Soul Steps: Dionne Norton, Heather DeLeon, Maxine Lyle 
    T – Twerk, Twerk Team: Lady Luscious, Mizz Twerksum 
    U – Ultimate, Shofu Tha Beatdown 
    V – Vogue Hands, Javier Madrid of Legendary House of Ninja 
    W – Whine, Colleen Craig 
    X – X-press Yourself, Ryan Heffington 
    Y – YMCA, Allison Chu at Next Models LA 
    Z – TurF FeinZ: Byron Vincent Sanders Jr aka T7, Donald Brooks aka Torch, Eric Bossett aka Kidd Strobe, Gary Morgan aka Noh-justice, Leon M Williams aka Mann, Rayshawn Thompson aka Looney2smooth

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  7. Optical Toy GIFS by Richard “Dick” Balzer

  8. 'Shape and Form' my 1st solo exhibition

  9. Daily Overview presents one satellite photograph per day, “cropped with an artistic eye, highlighting the places where humans have most impacted the landscape.”

  12. Sarah Sudhoff traces the physical, bodily evidence left by the dead; for her project At the Hour of Our Death, she gives form to death and the unknown, shooting fabrics stained by the blood and fluids of the victims of murder, suicide, and illness.

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  15. flower installations by London-based artist Rebecca Louise Law