06.11.08 by Jeff

Michelle Blade

In an effort to feature more painters on the site here’s some paintings by Californian, Michelle Blade. I am definitely more familiar with the work of her sister, Sonya… ok bad joke. I’m digging these – the last one reminds me of that Spanish horror film The Orphanage.

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05.11.08 by Jeff

Andrea Galvani

The fabulously surreal photography of Andrea Galvani. There are so many awesome ideas packed in here, I mean wow. My eyes popped out and my head fell off. I want more.

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04.11.08 by Jeff

Haruki Nakamura

An amazing paper heart by Haruki Nakamura. Load it up and jump to the 49-second mark to see what’s so great about it. Krissy, you should stick this on Paper Schmaper!

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03.11.08 by Jeff

Julien Vallée

Montreal-based Julien Vallée is a cut & paste master. When I originally posted about the work of Nicolas Burrows I didn’t realise the image of all the stuff coming out of the computer screen was actually a collaborative effort with Vallée. It makes perfect sense now.

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31.10.08 by Jeff

Wall-E Wood.

This beautifully crafted wood version of Wall-E is just incredible. I believe a company called Morpheus produced it but I’m not sure if they had the rights as information about the project and images have been taken off the net. I never saw the movie, is it worth seeing?

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31.10.08 by Jeff

Laurent Champoussin

Some great work from France’s Laurent Champoussin. I’m digging this series of photos featuring a little television. I think I just like the whole ridiculousness of the television just kinda laying there on the ground (especially when the photos are taken from quite a distance).

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29.10.08 by Jeff

Levi Van Veluw

In his series Landscapes (the first 4 images), Levi van Veluw de-contextualizes various landscapes, digitally compositing them onto photographs of himself. In Material Transfers (the last 3 images), he does the same thing using random materials and without any digital manipulation. Interesting work.

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