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Photos Via Artist and filmmaker Philip Haas has taken 16th century paintings and brought them into modern day in the form of larger than life sculptures.
Faye Moorhouse is a Brighton-based freelance artist known for her raw and weird paintings. Messy lines, odd proportions, and smeared watercolors characterize her highly stylized work.
With razor-like precision sculptor Willy Verginer creates figures from a single tree trunk. He carves delicately made pieces which speak and brings to light important issues affecting living things. His latest delves deep into the environmental concerns of crude oil.
Izumi Kato’s characters resemble angelic porcelain dolls. On the verge of breaking apart, they don’t seem to care.
If you have a soft spot for cross stitch and tattoos, the work of this artist could well be your new favorite thing.
The multitalented, Berlin-based artist James Reka uses striking colors and organic shapes to create his unique style of painting.
When it comes to fashion, the most groundbreaking and expressive creations aren’t always the most objectively practical.
What looks like a beautiful abstract watercolor painting is something else entirely. Cheeky artist Ross Sonnenberg lets out his inner wild child and lights fireworks in his darkroom to create these intensely colorful one-off photograms.
Back in the 30’s and 40’s a program called the Works Progress Administration (WPA) was an attempt to provide more jobs for people.
Psychologically dark and a bit grotesque, the watercolors of Montreal based artist Tammy Salzl are meant to be like beautiful parasites.
Common movie scenes are showing us police mug shots, incognito faces in crowds and wanted killer posters.
It’s a girl’s world in these scenes of playful mischief created by an eclectic array of delicate materials by Amanda Michelle Smith.
Adam Friedman celebrates the unchanging mystery of nature in his surreal, hybrid paintings that dissect landscapes from the real world.
Sometimes reflection is more powerful than projection. In Shirin Abedinirad’s mirror installations reflection means seeing the sky change into something else or enhancing an ancient setting by expanding scale and perspective. By showing these in a different light an alternate reality is born.
It is hard to summarize what Ben Jones does. One, overly broad, way to describe his work is that Jones creates genre defying art in a wide range of media, and within his oeuvre there are a lot of nooks and crannies, each of which has its own special ideas and charm.
Hard to believe that a gigantic in situ installation made out of thousands of poplar sticks was built from scratch.
Brooklyn based artist Scott Albrecht has a new show opening this coming Friday July 3rd at Andenken Gallery in Amsterdam.
Do you ever wonder what will happen to your body after you die? Thanks to Jae Rhim Lee, our bodies could go out of this world in a way that helps the environment.
Israeli-Dutch artist Itamar Gilboa has taken every morsel of food he consumed over a one year period and made an art piece out of it.
‘You can’t be a feminist and like pink’. Society has a harsh way of making us feel completely out of line and out of context.