Kon Trubkovich‘s “Glitch” paintings are a brilliant commentary on how capable humans can be over machines. The images themselves are from pooched and “glitchy” video stills, which were recreated immaculately by the hand of a man. So “meta”, so beautiful.
Well damn, we guess artists just aren’t as hungry as we are all the time. So many artists are making such incredible work using edible objects, such as fruit and veggies. Sakir Gokcebag creates geometrical designed photo installations using such materials. Other than making us have to hit the fridge, the works are exquisite too.
Well Halloween is coming up and spooky decorations are going up. We’re sure lots of parents out there, and maybe even yourself, like to deck out the house but we doubt you spend as much time and energy on pumpkins or decorations as Ray Villafane.
We’ve posted up Peter Gronquist‘s work because with his high-end fashion designer heavy artillery. The notion of weaponry and haute-couture seem to be a recurring theme and there’s definitely something so interesting and appropriate about it. In these sculptures he uses the antlers of the deceased animal to be a platform for the weaponry.
Well Hyperrealism as an artistic practice has been growing in trend and man, oh man, do we have so much respect for those who are doing it. It’s such an unbelievable talent that such a select few have and it’s important that those individuals show the world their talents. Marilyn Minter is one of those individuals and she does it real big.
One of our favourites Connor Harrington‘s got a new series of paintings out entitled “A Whole Lot of Trouble for a Little Bit of Win”. They’re exceptionally beautiful and for our viewing pleasure the staging for the paintings were filmed by João Retorta and looks like a boat load of fun. Video after the jump!
If you have seen Chooooosan‘s work before, you know how sort of creepy but extremely awesome it is. Well, here’s some new optical artistic illusions to enjoy. Warning: may cause inspiration to draw on yourself.