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Happy New Year! Top 10 Hi-Fructose Posts of 2014

Whether whimsical, surreal, disturbing, or thought-provoking, we at Hi-Fructose seek out art that indulges the imagination, invites new ways of thinking, and leaves an emotional impact. As 2014 draws to a close, we look back the top 10 most popular posts of the year. While the art that made the list is as varied as animated GIFs, ceramic sculpture, and hyperrealist painting, these diverse works share an emphasis on exceptional craftsmanship and novel, thought-provoking ideas. We thank you for reading our daily blog posts and quarterly print issues. We wish you a happy New Year and look forward to bringing you more great art in 2015.

Whether whimsical, surreal, disturbing, or thought-provoking, we at Hi-Fructose seek out art that indulges the imagination, invites new ways of thinking, and leaves an emotional impact. As 2014 draws to a close, we look back the top 10 most popular posts of the year. While the art that made the list is as varied as animated GIFs, ceramic sculpture, and hyperrealist painting, these diverse works share an emphasis on exceptional craftsmanship and novel, thought-provoking ideas. We thank you for reading our daily blog posts and quarterly print issues. We wish you a happy New Year and look forward to bringing you more great art in 2015.


10. Disturbingly Surreal Animated GIFs by Henrique Lima


9. Beth Cavener Stichter and Alessandro Gallo Collaborate on Ornate Sculpture


8. Masao Kinoshita’s Sculptures Play With Exaggerated Anatomy


7. Preview: Colin Christian’s “Trypophobia” at Stephen Romano Gallery


6. Daniel Merriam’s Watercolors of Extravagant, Whimsical Worlds


5. Aleah Chapin’s Large-Scale Nude Portraits Celebrate Multiple Generations of Women


4. Cameron Stalheim’s Sculptures Indulge Dark Fantasies


3. Studio Visit: Behind the Scenes of Matt Ritchie’s Miniature Paintings in “Confero” at Spoke Art


2. Artist Eliza Bennett Embroiders Her Own Hand


1. Indoor Clouds created by Berndnaut Smilde

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