I absolutely love the paintings by Jung-Yeon Min, especially the first one here. What a marvelous way to depict the infinite pool of our imagination. This landscape of the headspace that can sculpt into everything. From the brightest glory to the darkest abyss and everything in between.
The series investigates the effects of high voltage and household cleaning products on instant pull apart color film.
In 1912, the pitface miner Augustin Lesage heard a voice telling him that he was going to become a painter…
Lately I also rediscovered the wholesome experience of being with with a group of strangers who share an intention of love & growth.
Jacob Kirkegaard‘s photo series Nagaras 1 and 2 explores a sonic phenomenon which only occurs in a few deserts around…
The base of Michiel Schuurman’s graphic work is a certain logic – whether natural, scientific or historical. Geeky algorithms, natural…
Toshio Saeki is a psychosexual dream weaver, a grand master of mixing myth, that dream quality and pure libido.
Flor Garduño’s pictures are a celebration of eternal womanhood and fecundity of nature.
Étienne-Louis Boullée is the master of monumental cenotaphs. His most emblematic project is his cenotaph designed for Isaac Newton.
Landscape topographies derived from graph data were modeled in 3D and then oil paintings created from those 3D renders.
After so much exploring the inner worlds and energetic realms, back to matter.
Renzo Martens’ Enjoy Poverty is one of the most provocative films that have been circulating the art world since its release in 2009.
It’s been a long time since the last post on Moebius. Back then I presented a selection of his black and white work…
This is as fashion as it gets on DOP. But Dutch photographer Viviane Sassen‘s work is extraordinary and transcends the common.
Rabuzin found the utmost simplicity, concision and perfection in the sphere and the circle, which were to become his symbols of the absolute, symbols of completeness.
The western culture is devoid of meaningful rituals that help you grow through the stages of life. I think that’s the reason why I’m so fascinated when I find it in other cultures.
Often summarized as graphic artist, Eric Gill was a sculptor, typeface designer, stonecutter and printmaker.
Ernst Fuchs was one of the most influential masters of the visionary arts movement.
Kirlian believed that images created by Kirlian Photography might depict a conjectural energy field or aura, that surrounds all living things.
Heinz Edelmann‘s illustrations really made a lasting impression on me as a child. His distinct style seemed all-around and I remember one picture book in particular.