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Romy Maxime has been experimenting with an interesting medium of late – Infrared film (typically used in military surveillance).
Sometimes less is more. By adding just a tiny bit of contrast artist Elliott Walker turns all black glass sculptures into striking objects with a flash of color.
René Benjowski is a Berlin-based self-taught photographer who finds beauty, horror, and sensuality in dark, private rooms.
Artist Pierre Schmidt constructs surreal worlds filled with the inner horrors of the subconscious, both terrifying and beautiful.
In a place usually left to stillness and silence, black waters churn ceaselessly. Anish Kapoor, a London-based artist known for his sculptural installations using stainless steel, PVC, and other media, has created a whirlpool beneath the wooden floorboards of a former movie theater in San Gimignano, Italy.
Avid glass blower Kiva Ford spends most of his days making complex glass instruments for use in the science lab.
The work of Los Angeles based artist Nike Schroeder is full of a complex hybrid of mediums, as she integrates textiles, painting, and installation into her art.
Artist Jason Freeny scoops out the insides of our favorite toys and characters, and sculpts their inner organs and skeletons.
There’s something delightfully creepy about an abandoned house in a remote part of the woods filled with several thousand flowers.
Shiloh (2014). By Gabriel Moreno. “Shiloh” is a creative short film that uses dance footage and bursts of colored powder to explore self-identity.
Just like you shouldn’t trust everything you read on the internet, you shouldn’t believe everything you see.
Artist James Bullough channels the spirit of graffiti and street art in his incredible figure paintings.
Artur Bordalo (aka Bordalo II) is a street artist who has created a series of wall-sized animal murals using paint and clever reconfigurations of recycled trash.
Taking cues from a 17th century practice known as taolennou, Gurt Swanenberg creates a new series of compelling sculptures.
The massive large scale ink drawings of French graffiti artist Deck Two are a narrative that you can really get immersed in.
Through the lens of Mona Kuhn, images turn into memories that slip through your fingers. Her photography captures fragmented pieces of time, filled with shameless beauty with an ethereal aura.
Jenny Morgan’s paintings are cool portraits of women (mostly self) and other odd figures that seem to recall kool-aid acid test colors and the feelings that go along with them.
Istvan Sandorfi (1948-2007) was a Hungarian painter known for his hyperrealistic oil paintings of cloth-draped and vanishing figures.
Lava Flows Lava Flows As Above so Below Tephra Antonella Arismendi is an Argentine fashion photographer and visual artist whose colorfully esoteric works explore alternate planes of consciousness.
Using imagery taken from popular culture, photographer Alexander Khokhlov creates whimsical portraits of models with famous logos on their faces.