Paintings by Ion Vacareanu

Unchained dance!

I love these dynamic paintings by the Romanian artist Ion Vacareanu.

Each piece represent so well this sense of movement and fun. Furthermore, they seems to be took from 50’s video footages or pictures.

You can also see Ion works on Saatchi Art and Facebook.

 

 

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Curtis Talwst Santiago – Infinity Series

Amazing!

With Infinity Series the Canadian-Trinidadian artist Curtis Talwst Santiago makes a clear statement. This body of work is composed of miniature sceneries carefully handcrafted inside vintage jewellery boxes.

Most of the themes covered by the artist have a sociopolitical background like refugees on boats, police brutality assaults or completely burned houses.

 

Inspired – Josh Huxham

So inspired!

I really enjoyed “Silence” series by the UK artist Josh Huxham. The simple juxtaposition of two vintage photos give an exquisite surreal final result.

This is how the artist describes this body of works:

Josh’s work seeks the inner thoughts which we do not share in order to avoid protest. After developing a strong connection with his heritage through archiving historic photographs and other family relics, Josh continued to explore the vernacular, allowing him to form relationships in a space in which he feels visible.

‘Silence’ aims to extricate a sense of belonging within a dysfunctional family. The work expresses an essence of feeling invisible to those who are closest to us. To those who are as yet unaware.

You can follow him also on Facebook or Instagram.

Inspired – Jake Lee

Inspired!

The South Korean artist Jake Lee creates beautiful surreal collages using 50’s magazine paper cuts.

You can also follow him on Instagram.

Inspired – Tyler Varsell

Inspired!

Enjoy the pop surrealist paper collages by the American artist Tyler Varsell.

 

Inspired – øjeRum

Inspired!

Enjoy the surreal hand cut collages by the Danish artist øjeRum.