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Work by Falmouth student Joe Ball which aims to explore the realities, culture and inspirations that surroun popular cinematic themes, encouraging critical thought about how film represents certain aspects of the world. In order to this he produced photographic ‘stills’ that play off iconic elements of each theme, then, by using appropriated collage, he expanded upon each of these ideas. 

You can see more of Joe’s work on his blog  http://josefball.tumblr.com/ 

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Artist Joe Lurato places small wood cutout figures in public spaces, documenting his personal life experiences. The works are often left to interact with the environment and community. 

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Giganto by Raquel Brust

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The Hypnotic Animated Gifs by David Szakaly

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This work is by UWE Graphic Design student Sam McCreedy. The work is based on perception and double meaning, focusing on the lyrics from Michael Jackson’s song black or white. Sam’s also printing the image on to T-shirts and venture you can find more on by visiting her website http://smccreedy.tumblr.com

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BLACK HOLE

Paint in motion by Fabian Oefner

"Black Hole" is a series of images, which shows paint modeled by centripetal force. The setup is very simple: Various shades of acrylic paint are dripped onto a metallic rod, which is connected to a drill. When switched on, the paint starts to move away from the rod, creating these amazing looking structures.

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