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Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh

Horror movies characters in tattoo style by Quyen Dinh
Quyen Dinh is a Vietnam born and Califoria raised artist, hugely influenced by traditional tattoos art. Her painting works are, as a matter of fact, tattoo flash’s on canvas. In this series she portraied famous characters from cult horror movies from the 80s and from the very classics. Happy Halloween! » read moreleggi tutto

Baby art by Trevor BrownBaby art by Trevor Brown

Baby art by Trevor BrownBaby art by Trevor Brown
Innocence, violence and Japanese popular culture all collide in Trevor Brown‘s art. Here we have a selection of his “Baby art” works. Innocenza, violenza e cultura popolare giapponese sono sempre presenti nelle opere di Trevor Brown. Vi presentiamo una selezione dei suoi lavori di “Baby art”. » read moreleggi tutto

Creepy porcelain sculptures by Maria RubinkeCreepy porcelain sculptures by Maria Rubinke

Creepy porcelain sculptures by Maria RubinkeCreepy porcelain sculptures by Maria Rubinke
!GRAPHIC CONTENT! Danish born artist Maria Rubinke‘s work is an exploration of contrasts. The delicacy of porcelain, dolls and ice creams along with the violence of blood, severed limbs, cracked heads; moving away from the traditional aesthetic of the medium with sharpened cruelty. Il lavoro dell’artista di origine danese Maria... » read moreleggi tutto

HORROR VACUI by Federico Chiesa and Carolina TrottaHORROR VACUI by Federico Chiesa e Carolina Trotta

HORROR VACUI by Federico Chiesa and Carolina TrottaHORROR VACUI by Federico Chiesa e Carolina Trotta
“What if the most scary 80’s film horror characters were alive now?” This is the provocative phrase of Federico Chiesa, Italian photographer and Carolina Trotta, makeup artist. Together they made a series of photographs that depict the ‘bad guys’ characters  that have shaped the history of 80’s. The project is... » read moreleggi tutto

The stunning world of the Stuntkid

The stunning world of the Stuntkid
Jason “the Stuntkid” Levesque is an amazing illustrator from Norfolk, Virginia. His paintings are mostly, but not only, a wonderful mix of vector and raster art. His main themes could be summarized as “hauntingly and freakishly beautiful”, mixing wonderful girls with gorish and pastel coloured atmospheres: animals such as slugs... » read moreleggi tutto

Mariel Clayton and Barbie killed KenMariel Clayton and Barbie killed Ken

Mariel Clayton and Barbie killed KenMariel Clayton and Barbie killed Ken
Mariel Clayton is a self-taught photographer. In an action figures shop in Tokyo she had the vision of the world where all those dolls’ stories happen, and she wanted to visit it and take photos. Her main character is the most famous doll of all times: Barbie, that after throwing... » read moreleggi tutto
                                   
                       
           

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