Twin Peaks-inspired are exhibit

The entire show will be on display at the Copro Gallery, Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA from April 21 to May 12.

"White Horse" by Esao Andrews

"Bureau Chief Gordon Cole" by Chris Mars

Portraits drawn on vintage envelopes

-by Mark Powell


Veils collection by Tomihiro Kono model Georgie Bee

Reblogged from Tumble into Peeka

Underwater Ink Photographs

-Alberto Seveso

Double Exposure Photographs
-Florian Imgrund

Brains *wire anatomy -Federico Carbajal

Brains *wire anatomy
-Federico Carbajal

Aggravure is an ongoing series of large wall installations by Baptiste Debombourg. His latest, Aggravure III, was inspired by drawings from 16th century engravers Hendrick Goltzius, Jan Harmensz, Cherubino Alberti and utilizes nearly a half million metal staples tacked to a wall, taking 340 hours to complete. Via the artist:

I then use some images by “worsening” the scale, the form or the context to produce an installation in the architecture by means of staples. The recurring theme in these paintings revolves around the collapse that resonates with staples. Here the staple is a material and a media that plays with contemporary aggression and daily life’s secular usefulness.

You can see much more of Aggravure I, II, and III on his website. (via Colossal)

Shadow sculptures *Hand carved  -John V. Muntean

Shadow sculptures *Hand carved
-John V. Muntean

Armed/Luminous *painting and photography-Jennifer Mehigan

Armed/Luminous *painting and photography
-Jennifer Mehigan