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Spanish illustrator Irma Gruenholz constructs hand sculpted, three-dimensional scenes using clay. Her surreal compositions primarily involve portraits of rosy-cheeked humans coupled with fantastical characteristics.
Kevin Dowd creates photo collages that examine the familiar in surreal environments. An amusement park ride is suspended in mid-air; the lonely peak of a roller coaster ride frames a mysterious moon.
Since 1999, Brazilian artist Herbert Baglione has been populating the cracked walls and floors of forgotten places with shadowy, painted specters, which are characterized by their elongated limbs and emaciated, sinuous bodies.
Just like a modern day Wallace and Gromit, Stefano Colferai‘s clay creations are cute, light-hearted and can be enjoyed by adults and children alike.
Instead of using mixed media or found objects Eckart Hahn paints them. With a painful realism he creates opposing materials to find his pictures.
The “illuminati” is at it again! Not really, but you may think so once you see the levitating all seeing eye created by artist Guy W.
We’ve covered Kris Kuksi’s Churchtanks series in the past, which invoked religion alongside symbols of modern warfare to create a curious blend of spirituality and the profane.
In Ryder Ripps’ latest series he creates an emoticon character out of an instagram model who has 340k followers and the last name Ho.
Japanese artist Junko Mizuno’s candy-colored works draw us into a world full of dark and erotic food fetishes.
These images may look like simple abstract paintings, or cut out pieces of cardboard collaged on top of each other, but they are anything but.
Artist Hoang Tran creates your favorite pop-culture characters, from The Simpson’s to the Ninja Turtles, all out of wax…but not just any wax.
Time of War Time of War Time of War Dust In this stunning project titled I Am Dust, photographer Olivier Valsecchi has created powerful images that embody the essence of creation and the will to survive.
Sonya Fu’s digital paintings seek to open the third eye and unlock the limbo between wakefulness and sleep.
Berlin based photographer Bagrad Badalian uses the technique of long-exposure photography to bend and manipulate light in his energetic and magnetic photography.
“Legs”. Digital LightJet print of a hand-cut collage (2007). “This A Way”. Porcelain, custom glaze. 4 finger casts, 14″ (2013).
The French paper towel company Sopalin decided to have a little fun and create a tongue in cheek ad campaign that incorporates artistic input, literally. Instead of using the standard selling method of having their product cleaning up a spilled milk scenario Sopalin features the product creating a design in the spilt milk instead.
British master jeweler Theo Fennell doesn’t just make your average ring. No, his company goes well beyond the typical diamond jewellery by creating accessories that feature doors and secret compartments engineered into them.
Never has the thought of books and newspapers becoming obsolete been so appealing. Artist Alexis Arnold makes the idea attractive by gathering different National Geographic magazines, Bibles, and discarded phone books and turns them into crystallized sculptures.
Fool, from the Deck of “Public Sanitation” Lovers, from the Deck of “Butterflies” Justice, from the Deck of “Obscene Enjoyment” Empress, from the Deck of “Taxidermy” Gregori Maiofis is a Saint Petersburg-based photographer who stages elaborate scenes that illustrate the follies and mysteries of human existence in ironic and fatalistic ways.
Looking like a scene from Lord of the Rings, the Ice Castles of Lincoln, New Hampshire are the result of some very talented artists.