The spooky work of Atsuko Goto

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Feb 2015

The spooky work of Atsuko Goto

While her color palette is subdued, the dreamlike work of Atsuko Goto is quite powerful and very beautiful. Apparently, her pigments are made from semi-precious Lapis-lazuli and gum arabic, which gives them their unique color and feel. The finely rendered paintings depict figures engulfed in...

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Unsettling ceramic sculptures by Ronit Baranga

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Feb 2015

Unsettling ceramic sculptures by Ronit Baranga

This is the incredibly interesting, bizarre, and unsettling work of Israeli ceramicist Ronit Baranga. I imaging this is what you’d experience at a tea party after a night of heavy hallucinogenic drug use. In them, lips and fingertips emerge from plates and the inside of...

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Intriguing collages by Rocio Montoya

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Jan 2015

Intriguing collages by Rocio Montoya

These intriguing little collages are by Spanish-based photographer, graphic designer, and editor Rocio Montoya. The actual imagery used in collages makes a huge difference and Rocio uses high quality images collected from magazines, vintage botanical illustrations, and beautiful portraits. Often combining natural images such as...

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The surreal work of Shi Mohan

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Jan 2015

The surreal work of Shi Mohan

The fantastical world of Shi Mohan is both playful with a healthy dose of disturbing. Her youthful little characters with disproportionately large features exist in a world filled with symbolism, danger, and humor. According to Art Seasons, a gallery in Singapore and Beijing: ““Shi Mohan...

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Paintings on vintage books by Ekaterina Panikanova

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Jan 2015

Paintings on vintage books by Ekaterina Panikanova

The work of Russian artist, Ekaterina Panikanova exists somewhere between painting and sculpture. She creates large mosaics on the wall using old books and then paints images on the pages inspired by the book’s content. Images of deer, birds, and baked goods consistently show up...

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The snow covered world of Lars Daniel Rehn

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Jan 2015

The snow covered world of Lars Daniel Rehn

These are the narrative paintings Swedish artist, Lars Daniel Rehn who paint these humorous, strange, and magical scenes of a fictional village which is always covered in snow. In an interview he did, he describes his work: “You can say It´s my interpretation of evolution...

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