Enigmatic fine art from Chinese artist Jiang Zhi. “It is an introspective examination of confrontation, entanglement, coexistence and contradictions. A male and a female body move under the white cloth. Rather than emphasizing gender difference, the bodies seem to be governed by mystical force and tension, indicating a sort of yin/yang co-dependence that underlies the … Continue reading Jiang Zhi
Craig Tracy was born almost legally blind. He was also born with a spectacular gift. An artist since birth. Born and raised in New Orleans, he began airbrushing at the age of 15. By the age of 20 he was a free lance illustrator and had graduated from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. - Empty Kingdom. … Continue reading Painted Bodies
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Did you know that the original Jack O'Lanterns were carved from turnips instead of perky, orange pumpkins? To find out more about the history of our most popular Halloween tradition, go here. The photograph you see is of a 19th Century Jack O'Lantern made from a turnip.
I have a great amount of respect for German artist Dietmar Gross, and his creepy, surreal style.
I have a quiet infatuation for the sobering Vertebrata photographic series by French artist Marc Da Cunha Lopes.
Planning a dinner party for Halloween? Buy some plastic bats, paint them white and use them for freakishly fantastic napkin settings. Source.