More of Justin Van Genderen’s minimalistic posters, fabulous interpretations of superman.
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Some of Emory Douglas’s images are nearly forty years old, but they are still as powerful as when Douglas first created them. They are dangerous pictures, and they were meant to change the world. Throughout the ’60s and ’70s, Douglas made countless artworks, illustrations, and cartoons, which were reproduced in the paper and distributed as prints, posters, cards, and even sculptures. This selection is from the Black Panther collection.
Hailing all the way from Japan, Fuco Ueda is a super-talented artist whose paintings feature beautiful women in surreal situations. To create these intriguing narratives, Ueda paints with acrylic and powdered mineral pigments on paper, cloth, and wood.
Ray Caesar is one of the most celebrated digital artists of the Pop Surrealism movement. His haunting imagery is created digitally using 3D modeling software called Maya, mastered while working in digital animation for television and film industries.
Caesar’s works are both grotesque and beautiful. As he explains it, it’s like facing something unpleasant with calm and looking beyond what you’re viewing to see the beauty within.
German photographer Robert Piontek has found a really cool technique of shooting and editing. His brilliant series ‘Tiny Planet’ is the result of taking pictures of one place from different angles and pasting them together with special software.
Playing with extremes of light and shade, purity and sensuality, the artwork – including four Art Deco-inspired pieces – perfectly captures the grace of the ballet and the menacing tone of Darren Aronofsky’s film staring Natalie Portman–soon to be released.