Defining one category for all the work of Sarah Illenberger is no easy task. What initially sounds quite abstract, in reality, is mostly practical in that her creations are not generated on a computer but rather by meticulous handwork, sometimes incorporating the most mundane materials.Out of her studio in Berlin, Germany Illenberger takes everyday fruits and vegetables that we find in grocery stores and transforms them into humorous sculptures that look like other mundane objects that one may find in their home. The results will make you laugh and think of a disco next time you see a pineapple in aisle 6. (via)
Haunting portrait photography by brooklyn based Maciek Jasik.
I had to take a double take the first time I looked at Nicole Tran Ba Vang’s photos and installations. Gives a new meaning to the expression “second skin.” Intense!
Lori Field’s paintings depict a world where animals and humans live together in enchanted forests filled with two headed skeleton kittens, Tiger gooe head cows, and baby ram angels.
Wonderful, unique work in a variety of media by artist Andreco.
Alex Kliszynski shows us what happens if you play with Barbies when you’re young.
not a new song by AIR, but might as well be.