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Observed: Hyuro doesn’t paint on the streets

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Some of Hyuro’s work feels like panels in a comic book, but in a very large way. Her illustration style is beautiful, and really clever. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find much information about the individual pieces, but they are all worth a look even if the meaning isn’t clear.

Design Curiosities: Jason Edmiston’s Eyes Without A Face

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Photography Credit: Nick Simonite

Artist/illustrator Jason Edmiston explores some of the most iconic eyes in pop culture in his latest exhibition, Eyes Without A Face. The show will be up at Mondo Gallery until April 4th. If you’re in the Austin area I’d check it out for sure.

Good Goods: Sugar and Rice

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We first saw Sugar and Rice at the MFAH bookstore, and we purchased it on design alone. It wasn’t until later that we realized what a great read it was. It’s an independent magazine devoted to the food and culture that can be found on the Gulf Coast. Great content and beautiful design. You can find retailers/purchase this issue on Sugar and Rice. The design team behind the publication is an office located in Houston called Always Creative. They do great work.

Design Curiosities: Josh Cochran

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Josh Cochran is a Brooklyn based illustrator and teacher at the School of Visual Arts in New York. He also fills in as an art director for the New York Times Op-Ed page on occasion. Josh’s first children’s book, Inside and Out: New York, was published this past September by Big Picture Press. It looks pretty amazing.

Curiosities: Harriet Lee-Merrion

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Harriet Lee-Merrion’s illustrations are made up of beautifully simple line work, some drastic angles, and a distinct color palate. She is part of a group of illustrators in Falmouth, Beginning, Middle and End Collective, who’s three frame story books are intriguing. A fairly recent graduate, Harriet is definitely an artist to watch. I can’t wait to see what more she has to offer. Some prints are available in her shop, here.