John Zinonos is an artist, photographer and all around creative dude. Zinonos is native New Yorker transfixed by his metropolis and all those creatures that lurk about its dark streets.
Naz Goshtasbpour also known by her alias Nazology takes beautiful yet dark and eerie photographs of churches and landscapes around the world.
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What better way to spend your weekend than to watch the World Cup and read the new issue Bizarre Beyond Belief. With one of our most exciting issues to date, don’t forget to have a read in between all of the sports, patios and beer! Read it HERE or click on image.
We are very pleased to announce an unbelievably stacked line-up for issue lucky NUMBER 13. With artists from all corners of the world such as graffiti BATES, NYCHOS, BUFF MONSTER, BIAS & fine-artists Vladimir Kraynyk and Simon Birch, a feature on Malaysian street-art by Beth Zener & a recap of Montreal’s Mural Festival by Naz Goshtasbpour. With a line-up like this it should come as no shock this issue is second to none. Click the image or HERE to view.
Absolutely beautiful double exposure photography by Gianluca Scolaro where each image brilliantly juxtaposes human portraiture and nature landscapes.
Award-winning photographer Jeff Friesen, creator of the brick fantastic series, has completed a new collection of LEGO dioramas that are all recreations of famous Banksy street-art masterpieces.
While wandering through Wuhlheide looking for some spots to paint Daan Botlek came up with the idea to make a storyline of a painted man trying to make escape from the building.
Hudson Christie is an illustrator from Toronto who uses sculpture and photography to make imagery. Christie uses oven bake clay, paper, foam and wood. Christie also frequently uses Gumby, folk sculpture, and Sottsass in my pictures.
Lauren Purnell creates beautiful imagery out of food on dinner plates. From alcoholic beverages to bicycles no only the images look beautiful but tasty as well.
Alexa Meade is known for manipulating the viewer with her work. Meade often paints directly on the subject and photographs them in various environments which adds a different context to the image. In this project, Meade paints on models in a fashion which presents them as stencils and she juxtaposes it with graffiti backdrops which give the illusion that the entire image in now two-dimensional.