Kyle Thompson’s hauntingly surreal photographs evade narrative and easy answers. We make associations and attempt to form meanings that that artist has indicated, but are left with only more questions. Yet Thompson’s work is gratifying: elegant compositions. Rich colors. Powerful juxtapositions. Each image is unique, but form a complex body of work. The artist tends to […]
Eugenia Loli creates surrealist collages from vintage magazines. Her work blends nostalgia with psychedelia in a retro-futurist space-age epoxy that rivals the Dadaist collage masters. Discover more work by Eugenia Loli Collage artist Eugenia Loli uses photography scanned from vintage magazines and science publications to create bizarre visual narratives that borrow from aspects of pop […]
Chicago artist Michael Joy is usually working on 3D sculptures, however, recently he has been exploring his new interest in photo-collaging. Collaborating with fellow artist Bailin Pagadala, they bring together their combined skillset to create surreal and whimsical images. Sometimes funny and sometimes serious, each image tells its own individual story. The process begins with […]
Anton Walker uses found art in his surrealistic digital collages. The work blends motifs of 1950’s style nostalgia, romantic hollywood or advertising themes with sci-fi, gas masks/war, pattern and nature to create an otherworldly sensation in the viewer. While he may be using found art in the work, the pieces transcend and the work becomes unique […]
A short surreal film with enticing visuals and music. The film plays with visual overlay. More of Joe Zazulak’s Films Additional notes: MUSIC: Created for this film by Jonty Cotton soundcloud.com/jonty-cotton Additional & found footage: beeple-crap.com Das Triadische Ballet Beachfrontbroll.com Xstockvideo.com Girl in fractal image: Charley Gibb
Sarolta Bán is one of my new favorite surreal artists. The images are completely elegant, with no unneccesarry content anywhere. It’s interesting the work is entirely within square compositions, which is supposed to be the hardest frame to create a strong image within. She makes it look easy. Sarolta Bán
http://www.behance.net/gallery/Regresiones/262428 via bigpicture.posterous.com I love this.