BIZARRE BEYOND BELIEF ISSUE #12

Back again with another issue guaranteed not to disappoint, with 124 pages of stunning visuals from 9 different features. BBB Issue number 12 is jam-packed with all sorts of ocular goodies. Composing of articles on “This is Not a Toy” and “Crowded Kingdom” exhibitions and interviews from RAOS, POSER, Justin Bower, Rusto, Rubin415 Winnie Truong and Ben Frost, we’re as pleased with this issue as you will be. Click the flick or the LINK to read.

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Livio Scarpella – Various Sculptures

Livio Scarpella was born in 1969 to Ghedi (Brescia), where he currently lives and it works. Scarpella’s work is like a trip back in time to the sculptural masters with a modern flare. The busts evoke many feelings and balance dark and light perfectly.

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Library Street Collective – Revok and Pose in Dubai

Detroit’s Library Street Collective presents new work from infamous graffiti/fine-artists REVOK and POSE in Dubai on April 24th for a special one night only event at The Mine- Exit 43 (Al Manara Road), Street 8, Warehouse 38, Al Quoz 1, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. More information HERE.

Numskull – Museums Quartier Residency

Thanks to Perfekt World, Sydney based artist Numskull was recently invited to Vienna for an residency program in the Museums Quartier. With help of others, Numskull produced a screenprint with local print makers, opened a solo exhibition of original works and painted three walls.

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Montana Colors – Water Based Spray Paint 300ml

Montana Colors‘ “MTN WATER BASED 300″ is a brand new spray paint formulated with low odor resins, which are water-soluble and also pigments of the highest quality. It is perfect for interior or exterior work, waterproof once dry and its uses extends to: fine arts, graffiti, decoration & much more.

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Thomas Doyle – Surreal Dioramas

“My work mines the debris of memory through the creation of intricate worlds sculpted in 1:43 scale and smaller. Often sealed under glass, the works depict the remnants of things past—whether major, transformational experiences, or the quieter moments that resonate loudly throughout a life. In much the way the mind recalls events through the fog of time, the works distort reality through a warped and dreamlike lens.” – Thomas Doyle

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