#342

06/08/2012

Ultraviolet Beauties by Cara Phillips simulates dermatological test results in an impressive outcome.  The ultraviolet photography highlights the invisible damage caused by the sun by showing the pigmentation underneath the skins’ surface. Scary and beautiful at the same time.

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#337

16/04/2012

We are back after a short break! To show up our happiness and to say hello again, I brought the lovely heads and faces made out of ceramic material by Claire Loder! ;)





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#294

17/10/2011

‘Observers are worried’ Tobias Wendl

Paintings by the artist Lu Cong

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#290

11/10/2011

Choi Xoo Ang inspiration is very touching, specially because the artist artworks symbolize the woman’s abuse in Korea!

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#281

28/09/2011

“I admire true folk art; I find it unpretentious, authentic and pure. It seems to me like true feelings are manifested without a mediator or reason. Everything that attracts me consequently inspires me.”

The Brazilian artist Carla Barth talking about one of her main inspirations. The full interview can be seen here.

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#277

22/09/2011

CONNECTED is a self- portrait life-size sculpture made out of steel, CAT5 and other cables by Kasey McMahon.

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#276

21/09/2011

AVATAR SCULPTURE

Hyper-realistic sculptures by Jamie Salmon

(Fragment #3. Silicone, pigment, fiberglass, acrylic and hair)

 

(Fragment #1. Resin, pigment)

 

(Fragment #4.Epoxy, pigment, aluminum, acrylic and hair

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#275

20/09/2011

‘Distortion’ photographs during the early 1930s by André Kertész (1894 – 1985)


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#272

15/09/2011

Paintings by Matt Small






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#263

02/09/2011

I need to do my manicure today!
The series of paintings juxtaposes ordinary routine tasks with exceptional and often disturbing events. Artist:  Shin-Young An.
Posted by Fe Marth

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