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How to Choose Paper for Inkjet Printer

It is the biggest disappointment when you buy a new printer with frills and it does jam paper. You call technical support and when they say they have no idea how to mend it, you write condemning comment and head for a new device. The thing you have forgotten in this fuss is the paper you used....
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Marine Collages by Matthew Cusick

New York-born and Texas-based artist Matthew Cusick originates imposing collages that look alike digital paintings. This marine series of collages was made using cuttings of old maps, atlases, books and encyclopedias organized in such a way so that convey the image of dynamic and nearly alive waves....
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Silent Depth by Nathan Wirth

In fact, Nathan Wirth, a self-taught photographer from San Francisco, titled this series of photographs as “A Slice of Silence Photography”, but the way how you see them also depends on you. The photographs stun with mysterious depth that can evolve without running across limits and boundaries as silence does....
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Epson and Esko Partnership

The two companies Esko and Epson signed an agreement to supply SurePress L-4033 series with DFE solution. DFE is a system for digital printing providing a solution for transition from analogue to digital data processing. Epson will incorporate Esko’s Digital Front End in its full-colour L-4033A and L-4033AW models of inkjet digital label presses....
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Young British Artists You Must Not Miss: Matthew Stone

Matthew Stone is pretty sure that it is pointless to look for art in museums as "if you want to enjoy your life, you have to look for art everywhere." The artist celebrating Optimism was born in 1982 in London. Having graduated from Camberwell Art School in 2004, where he worked on a degree in Painting, Matthew found himself as a leader of WOWOW art collective based in South London....
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Mixed-media Replicas by Lee Kyu-Hak

Lee Kyu-Hak, a Korean artist, reinterprets pieces of art using unusual technique to imitate brushstrokes. Drawing inspiration in works by Vincent Van Gogh, the artist imitates his style and originates reproductions operating with Styrofoam wrapped in paper ribbons from colour newspapers and magazines....
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Everyday Wonders on Instagram

Instagram works by Brock Davis, a Minneapolis-based artist and photographer, familiarise average people to the spirit of “Make Something Cool Every Day” project. Brock challenges insipid everyday reality by transforming mundane stuff into surprisingly fresh and diverting art pieces....
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Plaster out of Printer

Not so many people think about first aid means until they feel need for medical help. However when the coincidence of circumstances adds some cares to your everyday rituals, you become concern about every detail....
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Street art by Mentalgassi

These days art moved to streets with Banksy, Nick Walker, Morley and others keep on demonstrating that the it should be closer to people. Mentalgassi is a group of three creative artists located in Berlin, who transfers common urban objects into surprising and beautiful masterpieces....
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Faces in Photographs by Fernando Decillis

Fernando Decillis, born in Uruguay, took up photography at 21 and felt stumbled a bit about choosing the direction for his photographing experiments and gave a sigh of relief when met Richard Avedon. ...
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