Randy Mora from Bogotà. Here just a preview of his collection of personal experiments and digital (vintage) collages which explore themes such as fear, dreams, religion, human nature, hedonism, loneliness.
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Belfast-born artist Steven Quinn creates cheeky collages that he pastes together from cut-outs of various old magazines, fanzines, posters and his own photography, to create quirky, weird and wonderful portraits. The skulls below were created from images of solar systems, galaxies (far far away, enough of Star Trek), nuclear explosions, planets and landscapes.
Some awesome jewelry by Cristina of Blingstopaythebills. On Etsy.
[submitted by Annabelle Lee]
“A skilled digital artist, Jeffery Scott blends layers upon layers of virtual matter to create scenes that seem to materialize directly from the subconscious – a complex method that allows him to reach greater depths than with other mediums. Deconstructed cyborgs, baroque human drama and classic erotica are the principal themes of Jeffery Scott’s oeuvre and each category includes dozens of striking images telling individual stories.”
Some of his prints are available here.
[via the grind haus]