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Shipwrecks are some of the most eerie things to behold underwater.

Shipwrecks are some of the most eerie things to behold underwater.

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Tristram Lansdowne | http://tristramlansdowne.com

Tristam Lansdowne paints remote, idealized landscapes that appear so contained they seem almost artificial. It’s easy to imagine these distant oases as dioramas or holograms for some sort of mad scientist’s sci-fi weather experiment. Architecture, plants and geological formations are stacked neatly together, presenting the manmade and the natural co-existing in a way that seems too good to be true in the world as we know it today.

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Preview: “Dark Matters” Featuring Robert Bowen, Caitlin Hackett and Dave Correia

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on May 23, 2014

There’s something intrinsically horrifying about seeing the familiar mutated, spliced and perverted. Caitlin Hackett, Robert Bowen and Dave Correia’s work certainly has this shock factor in common. The three artists, who are showing together in “Dark Matters” at San Francisco’s Bash Contemporary on May 31, look to nature as their inspiration. But rather than depicting butterflies and daisies, their work collectively alludes to a world that’s been polluted, mined, stripped of its forests and impregnated with nuclear waste.

Hackett’s watercolor and pencil works on paper feature swamp creatures with multiple limbs and eyes traversing through an environment that looks nearly uninhabitable. Bowen’s work ruminates on the fusion of technology and nature with his arsenal of animal-machine hybrids. Meanwhile, Correia’s oil paintings envelope animal and human characters in a viscous, textured coating of acidic colors.
Top Three-Robert Bowen
4 & 5-Caitlin Hackett
6,7 & 8-Dave Correia
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larrycarlson:

LARRY CARLSON, Astronomica 48, 2014.

larrycarlson:

LARRY CARLSON, Astronomica 48, 2014.

design-is-fine:

Joris Hoefnagel, illuminator, Georg Bocskay, scribe, pages from Mira Calligraphiae monumenta, 1561/96. Via Getty Search

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1ll-society:

Bruce Penningtonbrucepennington.co.uk

1ll-society:

Bruce Pennington
brucepennington.co.uk

artmonia:

Until I Say by Ryan Lee.