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NEW | Gomes’ modern symbols are meant to protect each person, to guide them in life and always bring good fortune. 🕉
Shamanic philosophy is at the heart of Brian Gomes’ work. He believes our physical form reflects our spiritual life. “Tattoos are the ripe fruit of the soul,” he says. “They are our inner beauty.” Influenced by Brazilian and Peruvian tribes, he credits Shipibo and Huni Kuin artwork for many of his pieces. The goal is...
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Gohmn's inspiration for his work ranges from music, to Arizona sunsets, to artists who share their work online.
From high school street artist, to musician, to talented 3D creator, Andrew Williams—“Gohmn” to his online community – has dabbled in a lot of creative outlets. His current passion is creating surreal and detailed 3D worlds which are the result of a daily practice. His inspiration for his work ranges from music, to Arizona sunsets,...
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Stephanie Birdsong draws in her sketchbook every day. Part illustration and part visual diary.
The sketchbook is a special place for an artist. It’s like a playground—a place where they can try out new techniques, imagery, and generate new ideas and ways of working. The pages can even offer a place to emotionally heal. The work done in a sketchbook is often incorporated into an artist’s larger, more finalized...
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It’s said that the windows are the eyes to the soul. If that’s the case, then the women in these tattoos have no soul.
It’s said that the windows are the eyes to the soul. If that’s the case, then the women in these tattoos have no soul. An artist who goes by the name Slumdog creates these eerie portraits where vintage-inspired style and porcelain skin is offset by blank, black or white eyes. This is a welcome twist...
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Sandorfi's work invokes an unparalleled realism that resonates deeply with both the logical and emotional brain.
Istvan Sandorfi was a Hungarian surrealist painter who died in 2007 at the age of 59. Not many people seem to know of his work today (he himself had a modest opinion of his ability, claiming “I never had the impression that I really knew how to paint”), but his mind-bending experiments depicting the simultaneous...
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Mark Conlan created a series called “Unexpected Discoveries” that celebrates—rather than fears—the unknown.
The field of illustration once had a period of time called “The Golden Age.” This 40-year stretch began in the 1880’s and continued into the 1920’s, coming to fruition because of advances in image reproduction technology. Once the public got a taste of graphic art, there became an insatiable demand for it. American illustrator Howard...
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The stories he tells are often about war, industrialization, and the isolation of humankind at the edge of the frontier.
We featured the work of digital artist Jakub Rozalski back in 2014, but since then he has been busy creating more immersive landscapes that combine turn-of-the-twentieth-century Polish countrysides with werewolves and robots. According to his artist’s statement, the most important aspects of his art involve creating an atmosphere and telling a story. The stories he...
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Taillefer cleverly “bio-engineers” the subjects of her paintings, mixing animals parts with gears.
Nature and technology collide in the beautifully bizarre paintings of Heidi Taillefer, a Montreal-based artist who has been showing her work for more than twenty years. Her colorful style is informed by the early twentieth-century surrealists, summoning a broad range of figurative traditions, from the drama of baroque portraiture to whimsical steampunk imagery. Taillefer’s themes...
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It’s said that the windows are the eyes to the soul. If that’s the case, then the women in these tattoos have no soul. An artist who goes by the name Slumdog creates these eerie portraits where vintage-inspired style and porcelain skin is offset by blank, black or white eyes. This is a welcome twist...
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Sarah Sitkin creates horrifying, mashed-up body parts using silicone flesh.
Note: Contains violent content. Melting flesh, living corpses, and mutating organs: there are few things as unsettling as wildly degenerating bodies. In the wake of twisted films that characterized the science fiction and horror of the late 1970s and 80s—Ridley Scott’s “Alien” and John Carpenter’s “The Thing,” for example—the journal “Screen” coined the term “body...
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Isaac Cordal is a Spanish street artist who builds miniature installations in public spaces around the world.
Isaac Cordal is a Spanish street artist who builds miniature installations in public spaces around the world. Titled “Cement Eclipses,” his project consists of tiny clay people who interact with urban environments in ways that explore society, capitalism, and the absurdity of human existence. From homeless figurines sleeping overtop storm drains to the aftermath of...
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Katie Shocrylas creates tattoos that look like an edgier version of the iconic illustrator Lisa Frank. The rainbow-colored works use a similarly vibrant palette that turns everything—no matter how realistic her drawings may be—into a technicolor dreamscape. For Shocrylas, the relationships that come from tattooing is truly special. “I have always loved the fact that...
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