Alisa Ochoa’s paintings look like a kaleidoscopic world full of patterns, textures, and surreal happenings.
Korehiko Hino’s paintings and drawings of bug-eyed figures remind me sci-fi movies where aliens come down and put humans under a trance right before they probe them. They are frozen in time, with no clues of whether they are about to die or if they are in an eternal state of euphoria.
Tara Tucker’s meticulously rendered drawings portray bizarre yet realistic hybrid creatures from a future animal kingdom, free from the fetters of human intervention.
Emilie Björk is a young photographer working in Sweden. Her photographs are spooky images of mysterious youth and ghostly figures.
Poetic surrealism courtesy of Giuseppe Mastromatteo & digital wizardry.
Like everyone else I’m a big sucker for beautiful time lapse footage, especially if it involves shooting stars and the Milky Way filmed in one of the worlds most magnificent settings. Oslo based Terje Sorgjerd does the hard work for us by hiking the tough terrain of Mt. El Teide in Spain to bring us one of the most epic time lapse videos i’ve seen in a while. Check out the full video and Terje’s full account of his experience after the jump!
Looking at Dawn Tan’s sculptures makes me hungry. The young Melbourne based artist is interested in how packaged food is taking over natural, organic food and how traditional made-from-scratch meals are becoming replaced by frozen/fast food. Dawn also has a fun series of performance based photography work that you can also check out after the jump.
(via: Share Some Candy)