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At first glance, these creations might only look like small sculptures. But, they’re more than that. UK-based Conjurer’s Kitchen crafted these impressive pieces that are actually cakes.
The Polish artist Pawel Kuczynski has created a new set of work themed around the megalomaniacal aspects of Facebook and social media in our lives. A prized satirical artist, Kuczynski has been winning awards for his work since 2004.
Robin Schwartz’s photo-series Amelia and the Animals documents her daughter alongside animals as Amelia has grown in the past 12 years of her life.
Joris Kuipers‘ installations are meant to be experienced viscerally. Inspired by bodily cross-sections from MRI scans, CT scans, and even botany, Kuipers’ artwork is alien yet immediately familiar.
Opening tomorrow, September 27, is Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei’s exhibition @Large in the former San Francisco Bay prison, Alcatraz Island.
Tianmiao Lin‘s artwork combines household objects and human figures with a technique called “thread winding”: wrapping thread — or hair or silk — around an object until it is completely covered.
Swedish photographer Pieter ten Hoopen has worked within all aspects of photography, from journalism to commercial.
Following on from the trend of “Ruin Porn” or “Ruin Photography“, Japanese artist Satoshi Araki intricately creates miniature dioramas of bombed out cities or urban landscapes.
Mrs. Sinou: “I refuse to do it to my children. This will stay on my face only.” Mr. Boudo: “It is not easy to hit on girls with that.
Long before the magic of Photoshop and its ability to manipulate came the work of Herbert List, a surrealist photographer working from the mid-1930’s through the 1960’s.
Graziano Locatelli creates mixed-media artwork out of humble materials: tiles, cement, glue, and metal plates.
Spanish graphic designer Txaber has come up with an ingenious idea. Now we can see what is on the inside – on the outside.
Wasma Mansour decided to document single Saudi Arabian women (living in the UK and Saudi Arabia) for her PhD thesis.
Images of John Malkovich dressed as Marilyn Monroe and Andy Warhol have been circulating the Internet the past few days.
Photographer Josh Cheuse got his break back when people still used payphones and punk was still alive.
At first glance, media artist Nicholas Hanna‘s installation looks like some kind of DIY gallows. It’s sparsely constructed: just wood and string set before a simple $20 table fan.
Raised a Catholic, and using obvious religious iconography, Liz Maw like to paint other-worldly and sublime beings.
Screen Shot 2014-08-30 at 11.35.13 PM Screen Shot 2014-08-30 at 11.51.50 PM Screen Shot 2014-08-31 at 12.07.11 AM Screen Shot 2014-08-31 at 12.17.04 AM A screenshot, or screen capture, is a tool that’s existed on computers for a very long time, and it’s an easily accessible modern-day archival method.
Syver Lauritzsen and Eirik Haugen Murvoll set up a paint sculpture that tracks the moods of people in Oslo (where they go to school) through their posts to social media.
Norwegian-born, Seattle-based artist Sail Uselessarm has a somewhat comic-like and dark style of illustration.