Ffo is a Moscow-based artist who creates surreal collage artworks from anatomical illustrations, classical art, 1950’s pop culture images and Art Nouveau prints. Ffo’s source materials include works by pin-up artists like Alberto Vargas and Gil Elvgren, early-20th-century German artist Wilhelm Gallhof, and pioneer of anatomy illustration N. H. Jacob. Continue reading »
Films and Filming was published in the UK between October 1953 to March 1990. It was a special interest magazine for film-lovers who thought “Picturegoer unsatisfying and Sight and Sound unintelligible.” Continue reading »
Hanging half loose from its stretcher, a portrait of Thomas Jefferson reveals an image of a black woman behind it. It’s a provocative juxtaposition that raises a question about the relationship between the two subjects. Her hair is covered while her partially shown shoulder and leg are bare. She is brown-skinned with an indeterminable gaze. She evokes both assertion and alarm.
Titled “Beyond the Myth of Benevolence” (2014), the painting by Titus Kaphar was inspired by a Rembrandt Peale portrait of Jefferson made in 1800. Continue reading »
Naro Pinosa is a Spanish digital artist who creates imaginative collages. He began experimenting with digital collage not long ago, since then his work has reached a multitude of international publications and thousands of followers who do not lose track of his works. Continue reading »
Vietjet Uses Its Provocative “Bikini Girls” To Buck International Trends To Get Attention In Vietnam
The hot and sexy models have always been the favorite of many Vietjet passengers, also becoming the media focus every year. Not only displaying their gorgeous looks, the models posed in different cabin crew and staff roles to showcase the airline’s high-quality friendly staff. Continue reading »
Gilen Bousquet Presents Disney’s Bastards is a series by this extremely talented artist from France, in which he freely expresses a new take on all the Disney Characters we know and love. Using mostly acrylic paint for his works, he portrays his Disney characters in a completely debauched manner. You’ll be able to witness a drunk Pinocchio as well as a completely hungover Bambi and his friends or even a crack addicted Mowgli… Not really the exact way we remember our favorite Disney Characters but I must admit I absolutely love this new take on the series by Gilen. Continue reading »
Texas Husband Poses Semi-Naked In A Lumber Yard For A Very Provocative Shoot – Before Presenting The Images To His Lucky Wife
Mud splattered, semi-naked and posing suggestively with power tools – these are not ordinary scenes from a lumber yard. Jonathan LeFleur, from Dallas, Texas, the subject of the picture series, was taking part in a ‘dudeoir’ shoot photographed by his brother-in-law Josh Melton. Josh proposed the shoot after Jonathan came to him for advice about getting his wife Alexandria an anniversary present. Continue reading »
On a recent trip to Chernobyl, French street artist Combo left behind something memorable: a mural of The Simpsons. Combo is known for using iconic characters to make a statement, and this image continues the trend. The nuclear power plant in the background looks a lot more menacing here, but I also think there’s something really interesting about such a happy, cheery image juxtaposed against the aftermath of a horrible tragedy. Continue reading »
The shots show Thylane Lena-Rose Blondeau posing on leopard print cushions, sporting a full face of make-up and wearing skimpy, cut-away clothes. In other images the pre-teen pouts while applying lipstick and dons a metallic dress with the front cut to the waist. The pictures have reignited the debate about the sexualisation of young girls. The daughter of French international footballer Patrick Blondeau and TV presenter Veronika Loubry, Thylane has been modelling since she was five and is hotly tipped to be fashion’s next big thing.
What’s wrong with this crazy World? Continue reading »
Made in China. “Nothing will be TOUGH forever but the revolutionaries!” Continue reading »