Photos by Christy Lee Rogers.
I think these are excellent. Aesthetically, really appreciate the abstraction, movement, and lighting contrast. Christy was able to both make something new and reference the past (e.g., Caravaggio) in a way that’s pleasing to look at. My only hope is that the success of these isn’t hardened into a formula.
Wow, these are the most incredible paintings I’ve seen in a while.
you mean photos?
Whoops! Yes, photos.
most def agreed
these make me want to cry
they are kind of overwhelming
I can’t believe this are photos… incredible stuff. The painterly quality of the lighting and colors is amazing.
it reminds of Flying lotus’ new album artwork, ”Until the Quiet Comes”
yeah, almost too much. these definitely existed first
ya really similar for sure
So beautiful and huanting, dramatic and sensual…lots of contrasting emotions and vivid colours. C’est Fantastique!
incredible photos. I didnt know that you can make impressionistic pictures in photography. This is something new and therefore just great!!
It’s an amazing experience to see such fantastic visual arts. Cheers!
Another delightfully strange project by Lancaster, Pennsylvania-based artist Paolo Del Toro (click here for previous post). Part-costume part-sculpture, see more images of “The Visitor from Sirius B” below!
A selection of recent work by Brooklyn-based illustrator Na Kim (click here for previous post). More images below.
Hyperreal paintings of urban landscapes by San Francisco-based artist Jessica Hess (click here for previous post). More images below.
A selection of paintings by London-based artist Damien Meade (click here for previous post). More images below.
A selection of recent work by Inka Lindergard and Niclas Holmstrom (aka Inka & Niclas). Click here for previous posts. See more images below or check out their new book “The Belt of Venus and the Shadow of the Earth”.