“Inside a Woman’s Mind” Photo Seriesn by Sandra Rakasova
Michael Summers’s “Pop Surrealist” paintings portray a crisp and colorful world, alive with nostalgia, splendor, playfulness and whimsy. By taking everyday objects and imagery and putting them in a new context, he encourages people to take another look at the world around them. After all, our everyday lives are filled with wonder, beauty, and magic. At EC Valley Gallery
Photographs and Watercolors Merge in Surreal Paintings by Aliza Razell
Using self-portrait photographs and watercolors, artist Aliza Razell has been exploring several abstract narratives by merging the two mediums in Photoshop. Her first series, Anesidora , involves the story of Pandora’s Jar (Pandora’s box was actually a jar, a detail misinterpreted in the 1400s), while the second is inspired by the Finnish word ikävä, meaning the feeling of missing someone or something. You can see much more of her work over on Flickr, and you might interested to know Razell is the older sister of young photgorapher Fiddle Oak, featured here last year.
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The best marriage on the internet: Art and hip hop according to Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano.
Gisella Velasco and Toni Potenciano have brought together, in their eyes, two of the most essential aspects of culture: art and hip hop. Rad reveals to the world their first collection. The two creators of Fly Art select song lyrics and search for the painting that suits them best. That’s how Kanye West meets Cézanne, connects with Magritte and Frank Ocean joins Renoir.
Stoked is probably not going to cut it, but we’re at bursting point with excitement. First thing’s first: We’d like to thank all of you here on tumblr for your unending support and patience for all of the weird things we turn out every so often. It’s been a learning experience considering none of us are art majors, I mean, when did we ever begin to care about rococo or impressionism?