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Design Diary – Pan Sword

Remember Hook? That wonderful whimsical film of the early nineties? Well I do and this week, I made the Pan Sword from it. It was fun, and for a bit of extra fun, I got it signed by Rufio.

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Design Diary – The Saga of Darth Shakespeare

With the rediscovery of Verily, A New Hope by William Shakespeare, I had the pleasure of being contacted to create an authentic period helmet for a reproduction of Lord Vader’s garb. BEST PROJECT EVER! It is rare that one gets the opportunity to work on something so utterly brilliant. It …

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Design Diary – Flame Doctor Mask

This week, I turn a cow into a creepy mask using lasers. Plague Doctors may not have been well loved or fashionable, but they did develop an incredibly unsettling piece of head-ware. Photo Credit: Josh Hoey

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Design Diaries – Skull Sporran

This week I discus my love of skulls and how I like to hit them with hammers.

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Design Diaries – Dragon!

This week, I complain about the lack of respect paid to fantasy artists while I build a dragon out of my dinner.

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Design Diaries – Lamentation Blades

One of the challenges of being a visual artist and blogger is that one rarely has time to blog because one is far too busy producing other art. In an attempt to make the two mix a bit better, I’ve started filming my building and then talking about them. Welcome …

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Hi! I’m Lauren

Hey Madartlabbers! My name is Lauren and I’m one of the new kids around here. You might know me from my work with Skepticon or you might remember me from that one time I totally fought a T-Rex and won. I recently graduated from art school with my MFA (which …

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Michigan artist David Dodde's "Fleurs et Riviere" has sparked controversy. (Brian Kelly / ArtPrize / September 18, 2013)
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Art Inquisition: Recast, Transformed or Adapted?

Since Andy Warhol picked up a soup can the ’60s, appropriation has been A Thing in the art world. And as time plods on, we just keep making more art. And more art. And more art… until eventually that art might become a part of someone else’s art. Here in …

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