Wonderfully Weird Digitally Manipulated Photographs

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The images of Andrea Delo Toro Sicsik seem to relish their weirdness.  Her work is a series of photographs that don’t hide that they’ve been digitally manipulated.  Rather they revel in their clearly altered states like a digital hallucination.  Faces both playful and sinister materialize behind a pastel fog.  The photographs are arranged much like traditional portraits.  Indeed, there is nearly a religious atmosphere in each image’s composition.

Hunter Payne’s Prolific Brain Material

 

I love Hunter Payne. His work takes me back to a simple time without being simple. Out of all the shakey hand intimate portraits that are currently sieging the art world,  these creations that float through the crazy artist’s brain are by far the most enjoyable because of their lack of pretense.  Hunter’s humble nature and childlike wonder bring questions forth about the necessity for seriousness in art. More after the jump.

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Alison Brady’s Strange Portraits

New York-based photographer Alison Brady makes some pretty bizarre photos. Pretty and bizarre. The interesting and different perspective is what catches your eye; instead of a traditional beauty-in-the-person snap, these portraits give the car-accident-look- away urge while simultaneously pushing a strange narrative inside a beautiful anonmity. Take a look after the leap.

Asger Carlsen

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Asger Carlsen is a camera user with escaping needs and wants. In the dialogue of grains and tones, the subjects escape through a hole in the sky. The moments captured deface, defile, and subvert – in the best way possible. I want more.