Tag: digital

Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

Anja Millen: Artist, Writer & Hermit

| July 22, 2016

Words by MOUSTACHE THE human mind just like the world has many discoveries that can surprise throughout our life. As an artist it is a place where you can go to hide, extract and create. Although not an uncommon method, German artist Anja Millen caught our attention with her obscure pieces of work that demand […]

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Adam Pizurny’s GIFs Reveal Our Identity Is Only A Mask

Adam Pizurny’s GIFs Reveal Our Identity Is Only A Mask

| May 17, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish THESE haunting GIFs of the human face, take you into an unusual space as something so familiar becomes out of this world and eerie… Adam Pizurny is a digital artist who lives and works in Prague, Czech Republic. Since he was a kid he wanted to be an inventor until he […]

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A Beautiful, Dark & Twisted Fantasy By Daria Endresen

A Beautiful, Dark & Twisted Fantasy By Daria Endresen

| April 1, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish “I am a dead fish in a cyanide sea. I like boys that look like girls and girls that look like aliens.” Oslo (Norway) based digital artist and photographer Daria Endresen has an unusual style, that can be dark, twisted and beautiful. Within her work she injects her most intimate feelings, […]

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Fragment Of Long Term Memory

Fragment Of Long Term Memory

| March 3, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  BEAUTIFUL, haunting and futuristic would best describe Japanese artist Yuichi Ikehata’s latest series. It’s called “Fragment of Long Term Memory (LTM)” and combines digital and physical materials that form surreal portraits of obscure reality and non-reality with hyper-realistic photographer elements. Describing her work, “Ikehata’ says; “Many parts of our memories are […]

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Dystopian & Futuristic Illustrations By Yuri Shwedoff

Dystopian & Futuristic Illustrations By Yuri Shwedoff

| February 15, 2016

Words by Jo McTavish  THIS series from Moscow-based artist Yuri Shwedoff, brings a haunting, visionary and futuristic tone to a dystopian future, which will captivate you straight away. He is another young artist who is proving that age is no barrier, “Shwedoff’s’ work combines digital techniques with detailed illustrations and together leave a thought-provoking premise. […]

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Alien Vagina Fingers

Alien Vagina Fingers

| June 11, 2013

Words by Anthony Thomas Alien Vagina Fingers is the latest piece by one of my favourite Brisbane artist’s, Lucy Forsberg. Moving away from the concept heavy focus of her previous work, it aims instead to satisfy society’s contemporary need to be constantly pleased visually with minimal cognitive output. To that end, it’s pretty damn successful. […]

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Interview: Jordan Lane

Interview: Jordan Lane

| April 26, 2013

  Words by Anthony Thomas Whether you’re consciously aware or not, if you have an Internet connection you’re leading two lives. Your actions in reality define your physical existence, while your digital behaviour creates this alternate identity not bound by the limitations of the physical. So for better or worse, this unfiltered culture of digital self-expression […]

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In Profile: Megan Lumley

In Profile: Megan Lumley

| February 7, 2013

MM: WHO are you? ML: Hello, I am Megan Lumley! An upbeat kinda gal…also a visual artist, interior design student and a barista on the side. MM: WHAT the hell is your work about? ML: I work with pattern, line and colour to create something vibrant and fun. I personally love art that can put […]

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