artFido - because it’s all about Fetching Art

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    Sarah Graley, an artist based in Birmingham, UK, has created a humorous series that follows her life with her “cat-like” boyfriend and their four cats Pesto, Toby, Pixel, and Wilson. Our Super Adventure finds comedy in everyday mundane situations that we’ve all been through now and again. Scroll down to see some of our favorite...
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    Irish illustrator Brian Coldrick has created a series of one-panel GIFs and illustrations in his book “Behind You: One-Shot Horror Stories.” Each image shows a monster hiding just in arms reach, along with darkly humorous one-sentence captions. Brian told us that although none of his short tales are direct adaptations of existing stories, they do...
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    Photographing something as vast and powerful as oceans must be an equally daunting and thrilling task, reliant not only on the conditions at sea, but on your ability to take a powerful photo while being at the mercy of the waves themselves. Despite the inherent challenges, it’s something which Australian photographer Ray Collins manages with...
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    Animals are unique, just like humans. This is why we all try to look for a pet that suits us. But, aside from personality, we also pay a lot of attention to their appearance. Sometimes, we are amazed by how creative nature is. Interested by the weird and wonderful when it comes to animals, photographer Stephanie Gregorian put together a photo series titled “Animals: Pictured”. Here are...
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    “Chroma: An Ode to J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere” is an ongoing series which celebrates women’s hair styles in Lagos, Nigeria through a fanciful, contemporary lens. The images are inspired by hair color trends and by the late Nigerian photographer J.D. ‘Okhai Ojeikere, who photographed over a thousand different hair styles in his lifetime. Ojeikere’s approach was...
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    The first major book on China’s leading couture visionary reveals the intricate craftsmanship and imperial glamour that has fashion publications worldwide declaring Guo Pei’s creations ‘the Empire’s new clothes.’ An exponent of artisan craftsmanship and theatrical fantasy often compared to Alexander McQueen and Sarah Burton, Guo Pei dresses Chinese state dignitaries and American celebrities alike...
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