Fine Art Prints Of Stanley Kubrick Photos Available For The First Time. 25 Fabulous Images.

Stanley Kubrick Photos

I’ve always been a huge fan of the directorial and writing work of Stanley Kubrick, as witnessed by this comprehensive post I wrote on an exposition of his work earlier this year. (more…)

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Tattoos and Tentacles by Julian Murray Captures Inked People with Things That Squirt Ink.

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Tattoos and Tentacles by Julian Murray is a new coffee table book featuring a collection of photographs of inked people, wearing very little except their body art, and draped in cephalopods that squirt ink (that’s a fancy way of saying octopus and squid). (more…)

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Nina Levy Related Forms: More Creepiness at the Salamatina Gallery [UPDATED]

Nina Levy Related Forms
Nina Levy, Boy With Eyes, 2011

We first introduced you to sculptor/photographer Nina Levy with her strange Family Portraits. Now Artist Nina Levy’s Related Forms at the Salamantina Gallery in New York is her first exhibition in New York in five years. The exhibit featured two new sculptures, a new series of photographs, and a selection of Levy’s work from the last ten years. (more…)

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Glowing Balls Of Light Created in Camera (no Photoshop!) by Denis Smith.

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The Ball of Light is a photographic project by Southern Australian (Adelaide) photographer Denis Smith. Using a single long exposure and moving a light source around in the air to create the ball, Denis has taken traditional photography (no Photoshop or special processing is used) and added a new dimension with these beautiful creations. (more…)

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Jean Charles de Castelbajac Gets Surreal With Man Ray Fashions.

jean charles de castelbajac Man Ray women collection

I’ve blogged quite a bit about the fashions by Jean-Charles de Castelbajac because he so often references pop culture and fine art in his unique designs. Woman/Ray, an obvious name play, is his latest collection. The Autumn Winter 2011 line is one of my favorites, with several of the pieces incorporating the photographic imagery and surrealism of legendary Dadaist Man Ray. (more…)

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