Back when I was in University I wrote an essay on eco artists, and one of the artists I focused on was Ana Mendieta. I fell upon one of her artworks today, and have spent a wonderful half an hour re-engaging with her work. One of my favourite pieces in her eclectic portfolio is Tree… Continue reading 365 Days Of Dark Art : 118 / Ana Mendieta
Oana Stoian leaves a lot to the imagination...so much so that I have nothing much to give you, except for this photo which nudged its way into my heart and will not leave. For the record, I'm letting it stay.
There was something about this image, captured by fine art and portrait photographer Daniel Matras, that enabled me to momentarily travel back in time. I was going to share a larger collection of his works, but this piece stands so well on its own that I thought it deserved the space of a full post.
Odani Motohiko is an artist who uses a diverse range of techniques and materials to create otherworldly sculptural works that play on our fears. I can't get enough.
I've had a love/hate thing for digital paintings for quite some time now. But when I fell upon the work of Russian artist Yuri Shwedoff, my hate made for the door pretty damn quickly.
Bowled over by the phenomenal and exceptionally diverse work of Calgary based artist Heather McLean.
I feel invigorated and inspired by the sculptural work of multi talented Javier Pérez, an artist based in Barcelona. However, I know next to nothing about this master of sculpture, so I'll let his words do the talking instead. “I like dealing with points of encounter between spirit and flesh, between purity and impurity, between… Continue reading 365 Days Of Dark Art : 38 / JAVIER PÉREZ
These dark and demented sculptures from Canadian artist Shary BoyleShary Boyle will be the hosts of my nightmares for the foreseeable future.
I feel deeply grateful to the universe for introducing me to the powerful and thought-provoking art from Flóra Borsi, a young photographer from Hungary. It's hard to believe she has only been taking photos since 2007.
I am extremely excited to share with you the mind-blowing work of young Czech designer Monika Horcicova. Using 3D printing as her medium, Monica enlists the help of the human form to create incredibly beautiful and utterly surreal mutations that make the mind boggle.