I don’t have much to say about this artist :)
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These are “tumorous balls of flesh” called Fleshlettes created by
Californian artist Jonathan Payne.
His work is based on creating characters and creatures
and Fleshlettes are made of polymer clay, acrylic and human hair.
Each Fleshlette has a name and character description, too.
Let’s meet them!
Tonya – the matriarch of the Fleshlette family
READ MORE Jonathan Payne’s Fleshlettes
Ceramic sculptures created by Jessica Stoller.
She is a Michigan born artist, currently working in New York.
I love her imaginarium which couples richness of baroque christianity with macabre barbie-like dolls and
images of prehistoric matriarchy goddesses.
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Modeling by: Saskia de Brauw and Elise Crombez
Magazine: March 2012 issue of Interview magazine
Photography by: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott
Styling by: Karl Templer
READ MORE Metal Headz by Mert & Marcus
Enjoy these beautiful snake photos made by
Los Angeles based fine art photographer Mark Laita.
READ MORE Snakes by Mark Laita
Meet the ‘hidden son of the Admas Family’, a London based
fashion illustrator form Belgium, ladies and gentleman – Achraf Amiri!
READ MORE Achraf Amiri’s fashion illustration <3
A really intriguing work named Wonderland by Kirsty Mitchell.
It took 3 years for her to finish it and it was definitely worth it.
READ MORE Eeries photographed!
Eric Franklin is a sculptor that creates luminous glass objects.
So, thanks to him, we are able to see how skeleton lamps look like.
READ MORE Glowing skeletons by Eric Franklin
Could we feast our eyes on anything better than those images for this special occasion?
30th of April and 1st of May (Mayday) are dates to meet the witches and sorcerers
and Ione Rucquoi, an Oxford born artist does exactly that in her works.
As she puts it:
‘…(she) seeks to liberate censored fears, anxieties and obsessions,
to heighten awareness of Jung’s ‘Shadow’, and ultimately to represent emotion in its complexities.’
‘…(her)visceral work considers the disowned and unconscious aspects of the self.
Exploring fundamental elements of human existence and experience
- birth, death, loss and change – she dismantles the constructs of society and unveils
the hidden and taboo.’
READ MORE Ione Rucquoi – Walpurgisnacht Treat
These beautiful sculptures are actually photos of inks in water, taken by a very fast camera.
Visit author’s site for more.
READ MORE Alberto Seveso – liquid art
Belgian photographer, Frieke Janssens, made this beautiful yet controversial photos.
There were no real cigarettes in the set :)
The author says:
Adult smokers are the societal norm, so I wanted to isolate the viewer’s focus
upon the issue of smoking itself. I felt that children smoking would have a surreal
impact upon the viewer and compel them to truly see the acts of smoking rather
than making assumptions about the person doing the act.
READ MORE Smokin’ Kids by Frieke Janssens
Model: Nastya Kadryanu
Styling: Jennifer Hahn
Photographer: Felix Glasmeyer
Make up: Anja Fichtenmayer
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Styling: Kirsten Hermans
Hair & Make up: Sofi Longhurst
Digital Retouching: Anil Palyekar
Background Illustrations: Lia Golemba
Concept, Production Design & Photography: Tejal Patni
READ MORE Calendar Time