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Top 10 Most Popular Hi-Fructose Posts of 2013

2013 was filled with art discoveries that pushed our curiosity to new heights. While we continued to bring you the best in drawing, painting, sculpture and the gallery scenes from cities across the world, the Hi-Fructose blog took an interest in surprising new media — from artfully animated GIFs to laser-cut sculptures. The most popular posts of 2013 certainly reflect this trend. Our coverage is not limited to a single movement or aesthetic, but the artworks featured in our top 10 most-viewed posts of the year share a "wow" factor for their exquisite craftsmanship and unexpected subject matter. We look forward to another year of tickling your eyeballs with the most interesting art from around the globe. As we welcome 2014, take a look at our round-up of our most popular posts of the last year.

2013 was filled with art discoveries that pushed our curiosity to new heights. While we continued to bring you the best in drawing, painting, sculpture and the gallery scenes from cities across the world, the Hi-Fructose blog took an interest in surprising new media — from artfully animated GIFs to laser-cut sculptures. The most popular posts of 2013 certainly reflect this trend. Our coverage is not limited to a single movement or aesthetic, but the artworks featured in our top 10 most-viewed posts of the year share a “wow” factor for their exquisite craftsmanship and unexpected subject matter. We look forward to another year of tickling your eyeballs with the most interesting art from around the globe. As we welcome 2014, take a look at our round-up of our most popular posts of the last year.

10. The Unsettling GIFs of a “Cloned” Erdal Inci

9. Mark Jenkins’ Disturbingly Realistic Sculptures

8. Incredibly Realistic and Detailed Miniature Landscapes by Matthew Albanese

7. Artist Cao Hui’s Ordinary Objects Spilling Their Guts Out

6. The Beautiful Morphology of Insect and Women by Laurent Seroussi

5. Joe Shea’s Delicate Found-Object Sculptures

4. Realistic Sea Creatures Painted on Layers of Resin by Keng Lye


3. Mathew Borrett’s Multidimensional Underground Urban Spaces

2. The Grotesque and Human-Like Sculptures of Francesco Albano


1. Eric Standley’s Intricate, Laser-Cut Stained Glass Windows

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