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Limzy Wei: Flowergirls

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Malaysian artist Lim Zhi Wei adorns her watercolors entitled “ Flowergirls” with real flowers, to a stunning effect.

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 Nishe Photography

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Nishe (aka Magdalena Lutek) is an up-and-coming Polish photographer who beautifully captures feminine, melancholic worlds only to the tune of film and instant film.
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Sasha Pivovarova by David Sims for Vogue Paris, August 2014

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Sasha Pivovarova by David Sims for Vogue Paris, August 2014

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Plastic Bag Landscapes Made From Vilde Rolfsen

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The artist Vilde J. Rolfsen, produced landscapes in the colors of the dawn represented using plastic bags. This series “Plastic bag landscapes” seems to represent real landscapes. The artist plays with the form of plastic bags, wrinkles, and lights for a more lifelike effect.

 


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Stephanie Seymour for Vogue Japan September 2014 by Luigi & Iango

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Stephanie Seymour for Vogue Japan September 2014 by Luigi & Iango

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Surreal images by Yutha YamanakaPhotography

Yutha Yamanaka currently challenges himself with a 365 day project, creating one staggering image a day, uploading it to his Flickr. His photography is characterized by a surreal twist, often finding expressions in otherworldly self portraits. Yutha Yamanaka was born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, today he lives in Denpasar, Bali.

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Desiree Dolron - XTERIORS II

Desiree Dolron was born in 1963, Netherlands. She’s acute vision meshes traditional reportage photography and computer enhancement to create a richer version of a genre that many believe to be tired and overused. The stillness and subtlety that is evoked by her seamless work has created a 21st century vision at odds with traditional photographic practice. Her references are obvious, but the outcomes are a revelation.The outstanding Dutch artist Desiree Dolron has produced a new series of images which has been three years in the making. Entitled Xteriors, this group of nine seamlessly constructed works have the quality of Old Master paintings, although they are in fact digital photographic composites of several different faces. The portrait Katya, seen here, is one of the first pieces made for this series and shows us the definitive direction that the project has taken. The series will be finally revealed in its entirety at the Michael Hoppen Gallery.

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Joshua Suda: Amasing Hyper Realistic Paintings

The hyper-realistic oil paintings of Joshua Suda will make you question whether you’re looking at a painting or a photograph as he recreates the features of the human face with stunning accuracy. Going beyond replicating life, many of Suda’s pieces also have elements of surrealism. Bizarre compositions, mixed with Suda’s impressive attention to detail, result in uncanny contortions of the human face. He often breaks the fourth wall, playing with the foreground and background to make it appear that the subject is bursting through the surface of the piece. In other works, he paints to mimic other media, replicating the detail of everything from pencil drawings to old photographs and contrasting them with how the subjects might appear to the human eye:, , , , , .

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