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Wednesday, August 20, 2014
You think you've seen it all and then something like this comes along. Alexa Meade has made a name for herself by turning real people into walking, talking works of art. Using acrylic paints, she paints on the skin of human subjects in a way that optically flattens them into two-dimensional paintings. Her work has been displayed at the Saatchi Gallery in London, the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery in DC, Postmasters Gallery in New York City, Galerie Ivo Kamm in Switzerland, and Ingo Seufert Gallery for Contemporary Photography in Germany. She's also been featured on CNN, NPR, and in WIRED, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and The Guardian. Scroll down to see some of her mind-blowing creations. And keep in mind that every one of these is an actual live person.
These are raised from the inane to the sublimely insane!
David Jablow is a multi-media artist. One of the more interesting things he's done are series based on mid-20th century "doodle pads:" notepads printed with suggestive pictures of women in provocative poses. These relics were intended for bawdy scrawlings, but Jablow takes them to a new level ENTIRELY...
He started with this image...
And imagined her fighting crime....
A model shows off a wedding dress by Japanese bridal designer Yumi Katsura during her 2010 grand collection presenta...
Minidlna is one of the better dlna server for Linux. Since you are already here, I believe you are trying to dump twonky or ushare from your...
More photoshopped images after the jump.
1. Himalayan Monal 2. Formosan Magpie More birds after the jump