March 28, 2015 § Leave a comment

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Dusseldorf artist Ralf Brueck has created a series entitled Distortion in which he uses digital techniques to stretch elements within the photographs creating a sense of ambiguity in the viewer.

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Cut-Up Landscapes

March 28, 2015 § Leave a comment


Using vintage postcards Italian artist Caterina Rossato creates 3-D assemblages with X-Acto knifes by cutting up layers of cards and reassembling them.

Speaking about her work the artist says: “I create landscapes made through a collage of other landscapes, combining images in which the sense of recognition of reality slips from one level to another and it is never clearly identified.”




Complete Silence

March 27, 2015 § Leave a comment


Italian born, Berlin based painter Dario Puggioni creates portraits of subjects who exist, as he states, in a world of complete silence. It is a strange world where plants grow from the top of heads and scars have healed but still remain.





Personal Demons

March 27, 2015 § Leave a comment


Painter Jean-Pierre Roy wrestles with his personal demons with these stunning paintings that are as ambitious as they are utterly ambiguous.






March 27, 2015 § Leave a comment


Julien “Seth” Malland aka Seth Globepainter is a Parisian street artist known for his vibrant murals that often depict children gazing into pools full of a rainbow of colors.

Seth has been an important a steady contributor in the Parisian graffiti scene since the 1990s and has written or participated in several books over the last few years. We’ve included recent murals from Italy, Canada, Puerto Rico, and Paris. Seth also just opened a new exhibition of work at Itinerrance Gallery in Paris this weekend through April 25th.







March 26, 2015 § Leave a comment


Ben Hopper is a London-based photographer,and filmmaker who has created the series entitled ‘Transfiguration’ where he uses circus artists and dancers as models. Using paint and powders Hopper hopes to create something new and abstract using the human form.

He states: “Like a mask, the layers of body paint and powder disguise the identity and release something animalistic from within.” You can see more of his work on his Blog, where he is also selling some prints.






Trippy GIFs

March 26, 2015 § Leave a comment



More trippy work from filmmaker, GIF maker and stereoscopist Bill Domonkos.

I view my work as a collision and recombination of ideas. My process unfolds gradually and spontaneously—using found materials such as archive film footage, photographs, and the internet. I experiment by combining, altering, editing and reassembling using digital technology, special effects and animation to create a new kind of experience. I am interested in the poetics of time and space—to renew and transform materials, experiences and ideas. The extraordinary thing about cinema is its ability to suggest the ineffable—it is this elusive, dreamlike quality that informs my work.



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