Sergei Vasiliev

28 02 2015

Photographed by Sergei Vasiliev. The photos of the tattoos of Russian Criminals. The images were messages. And some of them displeased different gangs. And the authorities. Who sometimes removed the tattoos. One can only imagine the techniques used. And they wouldn’t have been expensive. An example I think where art has a significance greater than life itself.

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The Resurrection of Russia

28 02 2015

The Resurrection of Russiaby David Halliday





Theo Prins

27 02 2015

Theo Prins is a concept artist working at ArenaNet on Guild Wars 2.

Since 2007 he’s been working as a concept artist in the video game industry. This opened the doors to a somewhat nomadic existence. First he worked for CCP games in Iceland, then Reloaded studios in South Korea and eventually began traveling and living in different cities throughout Asia while freelancing on the go. He’s had a temporary studio space aboard a container ship crossing the Pacific Ocean, telecommuted from the Himalayan foothills, lived on a small island off Hong Kong, visited ship breaking yards in India and has extensively explored street markets and alleyways around Asia.

His work is wonderful, combining the qualities of epics with the mechanisms of the abstract.

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Alessandro Bavari

27 02 2015

Alessandro Bavari’s work so resembles the work of the Flemish artist H. Bosch. Their concentration on the truly horrid is fascinating. Like slowing down to watch a car accident. One wonders if these images are a result of personal experiences, an imaginative intellect, or art history. In any event they are fun to view.  Also check out his videos.

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a series of events with no explanation

27 02 2015

a series of events with no explanation..by David Halliday





a night on the town

26 02 2015

a night on the town..by David Halliday





Masao Yamamoto

26 02 2015

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