Sensual hologram-like works of art By Kazuki Takamatsu

Sensual hologram-like works of art By Kazuki Takamatsu. at the coreyhelfordgallery Takamatsu is a Japanese artist whose world is coming out of a fairy tale. But this fairy tale is not like the others. Dark and violent stories where floating melancholic childish figures are either in despair either in possession of lethal killing machines. Little …

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Giant Burnt Matches Sculptures by Wolfgang Stiller

Giant Burnt Matches Sculptures by Wolfgang Stiller. Matchstickmen is the creation of Germany based sculptor Wolfgang Stiller. He attaches full-sized head molds to lengths of square lumber, creating an illusion of a match burnt into a man. The life-sized, burnt down matchsticks with human heads symbolize how people burn out and get left behind in …

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Surrealist and Macabre Sculpture by Rebecca Stevenson

Surrealist and Macabre Sculpture by Rebecca Stevenson. On:Axisweb Rebecca Stevenson is an artist living and working in London. She is best known for her visceral and baroque sculpture in resin and wax. “My work is concerned with the visceral and the sensual. It draws upon anatomical drawing and botanical illustration, but occupies a liminal territory …

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The Disturbingly Dark Paintings by Nicola Samorì

The Disturbingly Dark Paintings by Nicola Samorì Italian artist Nicola Samorì was born in 1977 in Forlì. Nowadays, the artist lives and works in Bagnacavallo. Nicola Samorì’s paintings and sculptures are inspired by the work of the old masters but with the addition of scary motives to achieve this dark mood. Nicola Samorì is Baroque-style paintings …

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Mystical Dark Symbolism Painting By Tomasz Alen Kopera

Mystical Dark Symbolism Painting By Tomasz Alen Kopera Tomasz Alen Kopera was born in Kozuchow, Poland in 1976. He attended the University of Technology in Wroclaw, where he gained a degree in Engineering. Tomasz paints in oil on canvas. Human nature and the mysteries of the Universe are his inspiration. Each painting motivates thought, challenging our …

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Dark Erotic Women Portraits By Ellen Rogers (nudity content)

Dark Erotic Women Portraits By Ellen Rogers Norfolk-based analog photographer Ellen Rogers captures vaporous, retro-vintage feminine portraits. Her world combines an oneiric and macabre atmosphere, revealing multiple cultural influences, where women are raised to the rank of muses and mysterious witches. All of her work is analogue, meaning the lady flat out rejects digital in …

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Yuri Shwedoff Composes Dramatic Digital Landscapes With Dystopian Univers

Yuri Shwedoff Composes Dramatic Digital Landscapes With Dystopian Univers   Moscow-based Russian artist Yuri Shwedoff creates starkly beautiful digital landscapes with dark and mysteries themes, which leaving the viewer with an infinite number of questions and no explanations. His surreal artworks display illustrations of science-fiction, fantasy world that combines technology and biology. Many of his works …

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Face-Devouring Photography By Lucas Simões (nudity content)

    Face-Devouring Photography By Lucas Simões I’m not sure what it is about our nature that makes us constantly want to mutilate faces — and maybe that is just the simplest explanation for all of our recent zombie activity — but sometimes there’s just nothing more carnally fulfilling than running paper faces under an …

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A glitchy touch added to the historic photographs by Giacomo Carmagnola

A glitchy touch added to the historic photographs by Giacomo Carmagnola on Behance / tumblr. Artist Giacomo Carmagnola uses digital tools to add a unique, glitchy twist to photos of the past. Faces and objects are obscured with long, colorful strands that seem to melt, as if it’s some sort of ooze that’s absorbing the rest …

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