Happy New Year! Top 10 Hi-Fructose Posts of 2015

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Every year, we get to meet an exciting rage of emerging as well as distinguished artists, and spotlight their awe inspiring works right here on our blog. 2015 was no different, and on this New Year’s eve, we’d like to look back on the year’s top 10 most popular posts. The art that made this year’s list is genre bending and particularly unconventional, from Riikka Hyvönen’s largescale mixed media portraits of derby girl bruises, to blind artist George Redhawk’s haunting and thought proving GIF artworks made using software designed for the visually impaired, to Inge Prader’s photo series that reenacted Austrian symbolist Gustav Klimt’s most famous paintings. We also paid tribute to some prominent artists who we sadly lost this year, “Lord of Lowbrow” The Pizz and TV Batmobile designer George Barris. Be it dreamlike, beautiful, strange, grotesque, arousing, or controversial, the diversity we saw in 2015 makes us excited to see what 2016 may bring. We’d like to thank you for reading our daily blog posts and quarterly print issues, and wish all of you a very Happy New Year.

10. Patryk Hardziej’s Illustrations of Dreamlike Adventures

9. Arthur-Louis Ignoré Paints Mandalas Anywhere His Brush Can Reach

8. Models Recreate Gustav Klimt’s Golden Paintings

7. Riikka Hyvönen Captures the Beauty of Bruises in Giant Artworks

6. “Lord of Lowbrow” Artist The Pizz 1958-2015

5. Riccardo Mannelli’s Erotic Drawings Show the Beauty of Intimacy

4. Blind Artist George Redhawk Creates Eerily Captivating GIFs

3. Blake Little’s “Preservation” at Kopeikin Gallery

2. Ekundayo’s “Collective Reflections” at Thinkspace Gallery

1. Cinta Vidal Agulló Discusses Her Paintings of Inverted Architecture

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