Wounderland: Surreal World Of Imagination, Nightmares And Taxidermy. My girlfriend and I are Mothmeister.
We create Wounderland – a weird and wonderful universe. We portray anonymous, ugly masked creatures as a reaction against the dominant exhibitionism of the selfie culture and beauty standards marketed by the mass media. We are passionate taxidermy collectors. The Art of Mister Finch. Landing somewhere between sculpture, textiles and artisan stuffed-animal-making, Mister Finch is an anomaly in the field of makers--huge, beautiful embroidered and stuffed insects and animals is what he makes en masse.
But these creatures are much more than stuffed animals. Hailing from some magic realm of the guilded and antique, these huge dusty moths, spiders, mushrooms and rabbits take on a wonderfully sophisticated, charming character. Large-scale Graphite Drawings of Surreal Adventures, Dreamers, and Heroes by Ethan Murrow. “All Mine”/ graphite on paper 28″ x 28″ 2011 “State of Massachusettes” / graphite on paper 48″ x 48″ 2014 “Wanderer above the sea of fog” (homage to Caspar David Friedrich) / graphite on paper 36″ x 36″ 2013.
Collage Works by Max Bucaille. "At first mathematician, Max Bucaille (1906-1992) joined the surrealist group in 1947.
Collagist and poet often overshadowed by Max Ernst, he built a major body of work. In The Dream Scanner, one of his better knowns books published in 1950, the poet Jean Laude, writer of the preface, presents the work of the artist: "Max Bucaille, since it's him we speak about, takes a pair of scissors and glue. He takes old illustrated books and, for our pleasure, daydreams. [...] Facebook. Artist Interview: Raymond Lemstra. Inspired by primitive art, Raymond Lemstra focuses on using the most basic components of drawing to evoke a visceral human response.
The world Lemstra continues to build with every drawing is both subdued and wonderfully rich, full of mystery and totemic power. "I would happily embrace any comparison to how a kid starts drawing," says Lemstra in our interview, in which he expands on the primitive technique, being an illustrator, his childhood in the Netherlands and hanging out with Moebius. Your work is hedged in an attempt to "bring back the sense of wonder we remember from being a child. " What was your childhood like? Who are some of your favorite childhood characters? Lively Abstract Brushstrokes Reveal Detailed Cityscapes. Using large, swift brushstrokes and irregular splatters, Korean artist Jieun Park reveals urban landscapes hidden beneath the surface of her paintings.
From a distance, the broad strokes are simply a bundle of abstract lines. However, upon closer inspection, bits of an urban landscape emerge from the seemingly haphazard marks. Created equal – Contrasts of Life, Beautiful photography project by Mark Laita. Peter Doig's paintings - in pictures. Jules Julien. Conceptual Interventions by Fabian Bürgy. Sleep Studies — Iskra Fine Art. DIY Woven Chain Collar Necklace. Earlier this month Lauren and I escaped city life with our dear friend Grace, of Stripes & Sequins, for a weekend chock-full of sun and DIY.
With an abundant supply of rhinestone and brass curb chain, we decided to try weaving the components together to make our own collar necklaces. It was fun to see how wonderfully different the pieces turned out - each so fabulous in their own unique way! Honestly, isn’t that the best part about DIYing with friends? Seo Young Deok's Incredible Chain Sculptures. Photo © Seo Young Deok The human body and its formation lie at the core of the Korean artist Seo Young Deok’s work who is preoccupied with the stories told through the human figure.
His solo exhibition 'Dystopia' took place at the INSA/Arko Art Centre in Seoul from 26 October 2011 until 31 October 2011 and showed his nude sculptures made meticulously in welded metal chain links piece by piece. Seo Young Deok presented a number of nude sculptures, some lying on the ground, some hung on the walls. 50 Emotional Portraits Photography. Sharp Suits. Pablo Gonzalez-Trejo. Loriel Beltran, Figure, Oil on Glicee, 40″ x 54″, 2013 Loriel Beltran is doing some art defacing paintings.
See more artworks by Loriel Beltran via Guccivuitton Gallery. 1Share Emmanuel Le Cerf is be doing some infrared led based metamorphic art defacing. See more of Emmanuel Le Cerf’s artworks here. Gallery - Category: More AKR - Image: A K Robinson_13. A.M.Konahin. Drawing On Cups. Sarah Muirhead. Lee Jin Ju. Domenico Gnoli - Modern Bestiary, 1968. Stephen Mackey. Untitled (installation) - Martin Wittfooth. Visual artist Samuli Heimonen. Gallery - Category: Ricardo Cavolo - Image: Ricardo Cavolo_19. New Sketchbook Works by Pat Perry. Current Issue On sale now at newsstands or on screen May 2014 - Issue #160 All year long, Juxtapoz is celebrating its 20th Anniversary by showcasing the pivotal figures in contemporary art over the past two decades.
Some artists are blue chip, some are underground heroes, others are behind-the-scenes legends. This month, we honor one of the great artists from Los Angeles during our existence, Alexis Ross, who has been monumental in various landmark exhibitions including "Street Market" at Art In the Streets. From working with ESPO, TWIST, and REAS, or working on his own paintings, Ross' story is one of history, frankness, and colorful nostalgia. Wild Child & Illusion & The Most Amazing Creations in Art, Photography, Design, and Video. Angus Watson, New Zealand Artist, Current Work. Portfolio - Shireen Qureshi. ASTRONOMICA 14. North27worshipcenter.files.wordpress.com/2011/09/christ_on_the_cross_diego_velazquez_1632. T A M A R A M U L L E R.
Outlived - Art - Pat Perry. Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style. While in an airplane bathroom in 2010, photographer and mixed media artist Nina Katchadourian spontaneously slapped a toilet seat cover on her head and snapped a picture. Noticing that the resultant image evoked 15th-century Flemish portraiture, Katchadourian was inspired, and used her next 14-hour flight, from San Francisco to Auckland, to create a new photo series, Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style. The result is a hilarious and irreverent group of photos, a comment on the nature of portraiture and the connection between modern and Medieval visual cues, but also just pictures of a very serious Katchadourian with toilet paper on her head. Facebook. Guim Tió. Explore Artists. I can't apologize enough. on the Behance Network. Artist David Fullarton was born in Scotland and currently resides in San Francisco.
His experiences in both places inspired him to create a series of mixed media drawings which highlight a key difference in those cultures. "Although I’m British," says Fullarton, "I’ve lived in the USA for the last 17 years, which means I come from a place where everyone constantly apologizes for everything, and I live in a place where no one ever apologizes for anything. " The series, which he has been working on for the past two years, depicts people apologizing for an array of reasons—some humorously benign while others are melancholic or even caustically indignant.
His work is an exploration of the possibilities of the contextless phrase, and a provocation to think about the larger narrative in which the apologies were based in. WEST COLLECTS. Bio Arden Bendler Browning has lived and worked in Philadelphia since completing her MFA in Painting from Tyler School of Art. Her work is represented by Bridgette Mayer Gallery in Philadelphia. Recent exhibitions include Bridgette Mayer Gallery, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts, List Gallery/Swarthmore College, Whitespace Gallery, Fleisher Art Memorial, Arlington Arts Center, Philadelphia International Airport, The Painting Center, Walton Art Center, and more.
Facebook. Facebook. Mike Kelley / Interview 4 of 4. Gallery - Category: Alex Gross cabinet cards - Image: Alex Gross Cabinet Cards_10. NOWNESS.com presents: Gerhard Richter Painting. Facebook. Kenichi Hoshine. Colour photographs of circus performers, 1940s-1950s. Conserving Africa's Wildlife Through Photography. How often do we see exquisite imagery of animals that isn't a "When Animals Attack" special? Photographer Nick Brandt says, "The emphasis has generally been on capturing the drama of wild animals IN ACTION, on capturing that dramatic single moment, as opposed to simply animals in the state of being.
" I agree with Brandt and appreciate his stunning contributions to wildlife photography. The native Londoner first discovered the beauty of Africa's majestic creatures sprawled out on the breathtakingly unaltered landscapes in 1995, when he was still making music videos, practicing his formal training in film. It was in 2000 that that he shifted his medium of choice to photography. DeviantART: where ART meets application!
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