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“Looking Up” photographs that look up at skies and ceilings by Brent Townshend

Pont des Arts Soirée, Paris, France

Paris, San Francisco, Turkey and more. Everywhere he goes, photographer Brent Townshend looks up for inspiration. Taking the outlines of the buildings against the sky and using image processing techniques to create a wide view, the Canadian photographer captures 360-degree panoramic views from the ground.

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Free-form crochet doilies by Asimina Chremos

Besides holding a full-time job, Philadelphia-based artist Asimina Chremos also pours her creative energy into crocheting free-from doilies. Using a tiny hook (size 10 or size 12) and cotton thread, Chremos works improvisationally, discovering new forms and adding different colors as the doily grows.

The former dancer says, “I have a sense of the . . . → Read More: Free-form crochet doilies by Asimina Chremos

Paintings by Ruben Pang

Some superb paintings by Singapore artist Ruben Pang. Pang begins each piece with no preconceived notion for the final result. Staying in the moment, the young artist builds up the form with each brushstroke, layering color upon color. Sounds simple, though I’m sure its not as easy as it sounds, nor as effortless as . . . → Read More: Paintings by Ruben Pang