The otherworldly portraits of Can Pedkemir

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Oct 2014

The otherworldly portraits of Can Pedkemir

These otherworldly portraits by Can Pekdemir are created using 3D modeling software that allows for some amazing detail and texture. The resulting images resemble vintage black and white photographs of these strange furry alien beings covered in an incredibly thick and matted hair-like something. There’s a...

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The beautifully odd photography of Todd Baxter

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Oct 2014

The beautifully odd photography of Todd Baxter

It’s mindboggling to realize that these are not paintings but actually the photographic work of Todd Baxter. The work is full of surreal narrative and off-kilter strangeness that would seamlessly fit into most Wes Anderson films. Each photograph is painstakingly staged and according to the...

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The Grand Illusion of Sanity by Martine Johanna

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Oct 2014

The Grand Illusion of Sanity by Martine Johanna

After a successful career as a fashion designer, Martine Johanna began focusing more on her painting and illustrative work. In her current solo show at Walls in Amsterdam entitled ‘The Grand Illusion of Sanity’ confronts the persistent prejudices about the stability, or rather instability, of...

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The Gilded paintings of Brad Kunkle

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Oct 2014

The Gilded paintings of Brad Kunkle

New York based artist Brad Kunkle paints these stunning dreamlike scenes of women shrouded and at times, engulfed by golden leaves. The paintings, which are clearly influenced by the likes of Klimt, are emblazoned with gold and silver leaf that make them literally glow. They...

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The colorful work of Brendan Monroe

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Oct 2014

The colorful work of Brendan Monroe

Oakland-based artist Brendan Monroe paints these bright, undulating paintings that feature these humanoid blob figures made up of swirling multicolor rings. According to the artist, “I think it’s important to constantly challenge oneself with new ideas and new mediums. My interpretations of the world are...

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The insanely beautiful and precarious work of Robert Bösch

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Sep 2014

The insanely beautiful and precarious work of Robert Bösch

Ok…there’s going to extremes for your work and then there’s going to extremes. I’d say the work of  Robert Bösch qualifies for the latter. The Swiss photographer has made a habit of taking incredible photographs of mountain climbers in breathtaking but extremely precarious environments. Using...

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Hilariously unsettling stone sculptures

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Sep 2014

Hilariously unsettling stone sculptures

The work of Japanese stone sculptor, Hirotoshi Itoh, is absolutely insane. As if by magic he is able to transform a solid inanimate stone into a multitude of objects that suggest pliability while others appear alive. While honing his skills at his family’s stone masonry...

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