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Distortion

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Ever since a customer described me as bubbly I’ve been thinking… never good I know!Then my friend & colleague, Mindy, made one of those startling comments;“well all that means is compared to HI…

Great photo manipulation series by Nicholas Kennedy Sitton.    “These photos are a result of how intriguing the concept of distortion translates to architecture. It creates a sense of falling into itself, like capturing a moment of demolition. I can destroy titanous steel structures with the click of a mouse and create new twisted versions of reality."

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One of two pieces currently unsold in my work sale 5 (email subscribers had the first choice ) This one is a favourite o...

One of two pieces currently unsold in my work sale 5 (email subscribers had the first choice :wink:) This one is a favourite of mine, Untitled with Andrei Burcea and Irina Radulescu for 99 Percent, 2016, Paper collage on panel, 8.2 x 11.7 inches, Signed and dated on reverse, £450 --> http://loladupre.com/work-sale-5

Nick Fancher shooting through honey on glass | Portrait, Commercial, and Editorial Photographer

I’m beginning to figure ways to control and manipulate the honey in my Strata portraits. I’m now using a mirror for my honey images, while I still use a large sheet of glass for the oil shots. Rather than cleaning off the mirror between shoots, I leave it laying flat, allowing the honey to settle

https://www.designboom.com/art/suzanne-saroff-perspective-photography-01-26-2017/

in her photography series 'perspective', suzanne saroff transforms fruit, fish and flowers into fractured visions of themselves through liquid and glass.

The Scientific Artist: On Reading Michel Houellebecq by Samuel Cooper

I can think of no better way to frame a brief introduction to Houellebecq’s work (still largely unfamiliar to Americans) than to structure it around a tension between analysis and lyricism.

Oil Painting on canvas depicting the human race using the ocean as a dumping ground, including plastic waste, rubbish and our effect wild life

Oil Painting on canvas depicting the human race using the ocean as a dumping ground, including plastic waste, rubbish and our effect wild life