David Hochbaum

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David Hochbaum
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NYC artist David Hochbaum, the creator of beguiling ephemera-inspired art, is a long-time favorite of BioE (and our friends at Phantasmaphile). Check out his Open Call portfolio, and if you will, take a moment to rate it five stars - you could help him win an artists' residency!

(psst, cephalopodphiles: this is the artist behind Mother, a piece I blogged about way back in 2007.)

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