Imagination comes to life with Yeondoo Jung‘s Wonderland series. He takes children’s illustrations and re-creates them in staged photographs. Some are incredibly spot-on accurate, while others had some creative tweaking added to complete the image. All in all it made for a unique series of images we wont soon forget.
Who knew that all you had to do was be a white male to be a successful artist. I spent 7 years in art school for nothing! Join us next time when we go over how to be a famous black artist.
I always knew ants created intricate tunnels but this is a whole new level of architecture. Get ready to have your minds blown!
Bobby Neel Adams, a New York-based photographer, uses traditional methods of photography to create pictures that range from haunting to downright creepy.
Surreal illustrations by John Malloy.
Something about Asger Carlsen‘s photos are a bit off..but who cares because I can’t get enough of them!
Melissa Loop‘s installation and illustrations pieces are full of colorful explosion!
We found Tokyo based illustrator, Kimiaki Yaegashi, on our B/D Flickr Pool and I have to say what a find! Kimiaki’s electrifying illustrations of sexual, surreal interactions between beautiful women, men, animals, and a chubby little girl is amazing. Her 3D, sexual, and wonderfully off-center styled would make a killer business card design. We are always on the search for amazing artists, join in on the B/D Flickr Pool and you might find yourself featured on the blog as well.