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Issue 26

The End: Aquatic Art

British artist Jason de Caires Taylor has created some of the first underwater sculpture parks, which will eventually become part of their reef environments.

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Blog: Think Again
A FLYP conversation on Web-inspired identity crises for journalism and art: After the revolution, what will …
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Issue 25

The Party’s Over

The art bubble has burst. Artists are going to have to take a new look at their work, their role and their society. What will they see?

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Issue 25

The End: Playing with His Food

In his aptly titled series, Foodscapes, photographer Carl Warner creates a world constructed entirely out of edibles.

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Blog: FLYP Notes
  Installation view of Auder’s current show in Berlin. Photo courtesy of the gallery. …
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Blog: FLYP Notes
  Nguyen Quoc Khanh, 44, began using opium while he was working in a gold m …
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Issue 24

The End: Pulp Fictions

By cutting up old crime and noir paperbacks, photographer Thomas Allen is able to rearrange their characters into provocative new poses. The result is a new sense of pop suspense and mystery.

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Issue 24

Intended Consequences

Photographer Jonathan Torgovnik documents the children and mothers of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.

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Issue 23

Drawing It His Way

Animator Bill Plympton has become one of the genre’s living legends by holding strong to his independent approach in both in art and life.

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Issue 23

The End: Bionic Bugs

From beetles to butterflies, the Insect Lab blends nature and technology by crafting real insect specimens using antique watch parts.

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