Kinda digging these, very Miro-esque. Guillaume Bruère paints the essence of people, not the real physical depiction we might expect. Working rapidly in trance-like state he attempts to stay one step ahead of his consciousness while working.
Talk about disturbingly amazing. In this series ‘Smoking Kills,’ artist Mr.Dirns burns photographs of famous people who died from cancer.
Wow, absolutely loving these woven portraits by David Samuel Stern from Brooklyn. So simple but ethereal.
Julien Palast wraps the human body in plastic to gives us a new sensibility to the shape and forms of our own selves. Very cool.
Photographer Robyn Cumming tackles issues of femininity head-on with her new series titled ‘Lady Things.’ The shoot features women’s faces covered in things typically considered icons of femininity. The photographs are blunt, bold and intentionally over-the-top instilling a hilarious sarcasm while touching on an important issue. Amazing.
Holy wow! These images are actually Petri dishes where microorganisms have been cultured to create them. They’re Alive!! Lia Giraud exposes light-sensitive organisms to an image to produce different densities of algae depending on the brightness of the light. After 4 or more days of exposure the incredibly realistic images. (jaw dropped)