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Benjamin Bullins is an award winning photographer and artist from New Orleans.   He graduated from LSU with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, and also earned a Graphic Design degree from Delgado Community College.   Benjamin lives in New Orleans with his wife, and currently works as a full time artist.   His focus is creating sculptures that reflect the culture of New Orleans.   Pre-Katrina, Benjamin worked in New Orleans as a professional photographer for editorial magazines, newspapers, and individual clients.   He has been published in numerous editorial magazines and...more
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by Mary Kathryn Rodrigue Highly Edited by Nick Rauber Life is about interaction with people, places, things, and experiences. We often float through our days trying to get to the next step, whether that is with work, relationships, or just t... 

by Blue on Dec 28, 2011 I’m obsessed with hand made crafts, not only they’re a great achievement for the artist, they’re also a beautiful display element that adds up to the living room or office. Benjamin Bullins from New Orleans is a great craft... 

DiggersList Blog posted on January 5, 2012 Written by Skaie Knox In a recent trip to New Orleans, I had the honor of meeting designer Benjamin Bullins, a repurposing/upcycling visionary and artist who has shot to the top of DiggersList’s list o... 

Whimsical Bicycle Vanity

November 16th, 2011

by Allison on November 15, 2011 in Eclectic Bath Tossed and found items are repurposed into novel ideas. Artist Benjamin Bullins gives the old saying “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure” an entirely new meaning. Taking inspiration for ... 

Art Work Slide Show 1

January 24th, 2011



October 14th, 2010

The Lifetime Achievement Award for Blues Excellence is presented by the Voodoo Blues Krewe New Orleans Blues Society and is given to a different musician each year. This year's recipient was Little Freddie King, and I was commissioned to design the ...