Artworks by Gary Hume

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Gary Hume is an English artist having a degree from Goldsmiths College. He was a member of Young British Artists and currently works in both London and New York. His main style is figurative and abstract paintings and his main medium is aluminum panels. His work is being exposed throughout the world from Venice Biennale in 1999 to Bienal de São Paulo in 1996. In this post his overall work is presented. Enjoy.

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Surreale Portrait Illustrations by Jon Jacobsen

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Chile-based photographer Jon Jacobsen creates surreal photographic portraits that he distorts using digital illustration techniques. The works exist both as digital illustrations and animated GIF cinemagraphs.

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Natural Landscapes converted into Sound Waves by Anna Marinenko

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Ukrainian designer Anna Marinenko has drawn a symbolic and visual connection between noise and nature for ‘sound form wave’.

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JR Installs New InsideOut Project “Au Panthéon” in Paris

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Street artist and French photographer JR was commissioned by the French government to plaster photos of ordinary people throughout the Panthéon, so they may “enter the temple devoted to illustrious men” like Voltaire, Rousseau, Victor Hugo and Émile Zola.

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Surreal Collages by Joseba Elorza

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Joseba Elorza‘s works combine humor, science fiction and rare photos. As a result, we get something extraordinary that can be called surrealism.

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Delicious Tales of Samantha Lee

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Samantha Lee knows how to make a child to finish his meal. She came up with a way to make children’s meals more interesting in 2008.

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Eye Heart Spleen: Human Organs Made from Flowers and Plants by Camila Carlow

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“Lungs”

This delicate series of sculpted plants is part of a project by artist Camila Carlow titled Eye Heart Spleen. The photographic project is comprised of 13 images representing human organs constructed from plants and flowers.

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Tiny Street Art Scenes by Slinkachu

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London based photo artist Slinkachu works with tiny figures and scenes. He made some new series, one of which is dedicated to New York.

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Hyperrealistic Computer-Generated 3D Renderings Ever

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Reddit user Republicrats recently shared these images as a part of a collection titled 3D Renderings of Humans on Imgur, generating strong buzz in the Reddit community.

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8-Bit Inspired Paintings of Iconic Images

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Artist Adam Lister makes geometric 8-Bit inspired watercolor paintings based on iconic images from art history and pop culture.

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Sydney Vivid Festival

Vivid Sydney is a unique annual event of light, music and ideas, featuring an outdoor ‘gallery’ of extraordinary lighting sculptures, a cutting-edge contemporary music program, some of the world’s most important creative industry forums and, of course, the spectacular illumination of the Sydney Opera House sails. It positions Sydney as the creative hub of Australia and the Asia-Pacific region, and delivers both innovative live entertainment and creative inspiration on a grand scale.

The creative people of the world – from industry professionals to aspiring practitioners to the merely curious – are invited to Sydney annually to watch the city transform into a breathtaking canvas of creative expression. For 18 days, creative practitioners, corporate professionals, families and people of all generations take advantage of Sydney’s mild winter weather and engage with a truly spectacular event.

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Sydney’s Vivid winter festival has lit up many of the city’s iconic buildings, bringing light and music to the harbour city. The Opera House is lit up as part of Sydney’s Vivid winter festival.

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Skulls Carved into Mother of Pearl Shells by Gregory Halili

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Born and raised in the Philippines, New Jersey-based artist Gregory Halili is deeply influenced by the vegetation and wildlife he experienced as a child. His latest series of work involves a fusion of the human form with the natural world in these amazing bas-relief shell skulls. Halili carves and then paints with oil on raw, gold-lip and black-lip mother of pearl found in shells collected from the Philippines.

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Garden Tower Installation by Tadashi Kawamata

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Japanese artist Tadashi Kawamata created a massive installation out of hundreds of wooden chairs stacked on top of each other.

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Fantastic Anamorphic Sculptures by Jonty Hurwitz

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Jonty Hurwitz creates anamorphic sculptures – or “pieces of mathematics” that can only be seen when facing a reflective cylinder. His artworks have algorithms as their essence, and are the result of a mass of technology and human ingenuity. According to Hurwitz, we live in an age where computational power has overtaken the capability of the human brain, and these anamorphic sculptures are a welcoming message to the “Generation Pi”.

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1980s and 90s Game of Thrones Characters

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Every season, French artist Mike Wrobel has been taking our favorite characters from Game of Thrones, and reimagining them as characters from the 1980s and 1990s. This week he presents the third part to the collection.

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