Nicholas Bohac creates psychedelic collage landscapes that fuse fantasy with images of urban and bucolic spaces. These landscapes reveal both the natural environment as well as man made structures within those spaces. Bohac is concerned with our current ecological climate and while the role of urban spaces is not overtly problematic, the works represent the struggle of control between man and nature.
I’ve seen so much of this guy’s stuff around I wasn’t sure what to post. Nonetheless, he has so much to choose from!
“Not Valid” is an ongoing experiment concerning the interpretation of invalid html. The work itself seems to be a series of words in a variety of random colors, though each word has been assigned the color value of itself. The browser interprets what color the word should be. Different browsers will interpret “Not Valid” in a different manner.
Ken Gonzales-Day creates a series of photographs in which the ropes and lynched victim have been removed from the scene.
Roe Ethridge’s Double Santa and many other photographs can be seen at the Sutton Lane website.
Genevieve Gaukler created this really adorable series on the food chain- they look like 70′s Mr. Men or children’s book. Her subjects range from feeling guilty for eating meat, the digestive tract, shit, and its import to other animals, what happens to your body after you die, and stoner’s penchants for ordering pizza when they’re bored (and stoner’s penchants for also being pizza delivery men. Actually, not so cute stuff.