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Jonathan Brand

Jonathan Brand’s sculptures are inspired by his personal experiences and memories where he takes real events/situations in his life and uses it as a departure point for his imaginative projects. Read about his various projects after the jump.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Blooddrop

 

what you see is not what you get in this short surreal film by Russian filmmaker Alexei Popogrebsky. Watch the full film after the jump.

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Design Month: Ionna Vautrin

Ionna Vautrin’s work is stylish and elegant while maintaining a youthful flair. My favorite part of her work is seeing her playful drawings become sleek modern objects.

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Jenn Mann’s Subconscious Vista

Jenn Mann taps into her subconscious where beautiful naked ladies climb geodes and man lives harmoniously with our flying feathered friends in the sky.

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Klara Kristalova

Czech born artist Klara Kristalova’s intimate figurative sculptures in ceramic, plaster, and bronze tell allegorical stories that reference fairytales and folklore with a humorous twist.

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Studio Visit: Aaron Johnson

When I dropped by his sunlit Brooklyn studio Aaron Johnson was busy preparing for his show at Stux Gallery in Chelsea, which opens Thursday September 15th.  In this new body of work Johnson invites us to chow down on a writhing smorgasbord of Americana: severed heads, demonic Uncle Sams, sausage crucifixes, fried eagles, mashed guts, f-burgers, camel roast, and mutant sea creatures sucking down oil oozing fresh from the rig.  His new work is opulent and glitters like jewel-encrusted Faberge eggs despite picturing disturbingly grotesque and violent imagery – totally Beautiful/Decay!

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James Mollison’s Hunger

In 2002 Benetton commissioned James Mollison to photograph some of the 17 million people that the World Food Program (WFP) feeds. The images from the famine in Ethiopia in the early 80’s had a big affect on Mollison while growing up, but since then he had felt somewhat desensitized to images of povert. Mollison decided to take his mobile studio- and take away the exotic backdrops and present them as people. He became interested in how the WFP uses food as a tool to get people to change their lives, a kind of bribery for social change.

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Tim Groen

Tim Groen is one of those creative types that can do just about anything from photography to design but my favorite work by him are these surreal collages made from vintage advertisements and paintings.

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