Into the surreal & S A V O I A Into the surreal Posted by Morrison Conway on November 10, 2011 · 22 Comments Moscow-based artist Philipp Igumnov has created these fun illustrations and collages. His artistic style walks a fine line between a melancholy dream world and ridiculous humour with each photograph containing a retro element that works to defamiliarize our notions of the past. Melancholy is not Enough – Surrealistic PhotographySTORYTELLER – Surrealistic Photography of WomenSalvador Dali Paints a Real Wonderland – Dali Paintings Inspired by Alice in WonderlandAre You a Dreamer? Like this: Like Loading...
Fat-Pie.com :: Animation and stuff by David Firth Home | Motorcycle News Forum | MCN Leonardo Erlich THE RED BAR RADIO SHOW Sukhi Barber Bronze sculptures by UK artist Sukhi Barber who spent twelve years in Kathmandu, Nepal studying Buddhist philosophy and lost-wax bronze casting. Via her website: Sukhi’s sculptures are intended to bridge the cultures of East and West. Embodying the peace and compositional balance of ancient devotional art, they represent complex philosophical ideas with a simplicity and clarity that renders them accessible to the Western viewer. Exploring themes of hidden potentials, and the transcendence of our limiting view of a solid reality, her work often represents the negative space as being as important as the material itself, implying the dance of form and spirit, a constant state of transformation. As I was putting together this entry, staring out a window at a calm bay off the coast of Alaska, a small fawn walked past the window and stopped to look at us through the glass.
dkaxboreds To be honest this is a genre and band I really don’t know at all, so my ideas about their music might not be that good or accurate. I guess that’s part of the point of doing this though. 1. Unknown Pleasures (1) 1979 - This is the one album I’ve really listened to by them. I really like it. - There is this really strong sense of depression throughout, but it’s not obvious. - Maybe it’s because I don’t know this album or band very much, but each song isn’t really standing out to me. - The songwriting actually seems really good, it’s just that they’re structured in this slow moving, sluggish way that puts more emphasis on the colours and sounds than songwriting. 2. - This definitely feels like a progression of “Unknown Pleasures” but with a few changes that alter the feeling a lot. - I really like how much more dynamic this one is. 3. - So this is where, from what I understand, the singer committed suicide, and the band name was changed to New Order. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11.
Anka Zhuravleva Moscow raised and StPete based awesome artist and photographer Anka Zhuravleva invites you to be mesmerized by her latest photo-artwork series “Distorted Gravity”. Anka-Zhuravleva.com Surreal Paintings by Jacek Yerka Surreal Paintings by Polish artist Jacek Yerka. Jacek was born in Torun, Poland in 1952 in an artistic family. Yerka graduated from the local Faculty of Fine Arts at Nicolaus Copernicus University. The greatest source of inspiration is always his childhood souvenirs – that places, remembered feelings, fragrances. More art