Derek Gores, Florida-based artist is known for this special chaos controlling skill in art – creating ripped paper collage portraits on canvas using recycling magazines, labels, and other found materials. In his collage work, Gores shows his contrasting interests in the living beauty of the figure, abstract design aesthetics of fashion, and a fearless sense of play. “I start with a photo shoot, play around deconstructing digitally, and then recreate the tones on canvas with aggressive textures from magazines, maps, song lyrics, etc” Gores explains how he create his collage art.
Fingered, created by Dave Razor is a short film about fingers with a rather unexpected ending. Shot on a Nikon D7000 on a green screen and edited in After Effects, Dave successfully created this little creepy movement full of fingers and bizarre sounds. Not quite sure what the artist try to express. But it is still amazing by looking at the video itself.
Italian collage artist No Curves is widely known for his unique and geometric style in which he produces artwork exclusively with adhesive tape and the total absence of curves and roundness. Tape is the Material, the Scissors are the Tool, the Cut is the Action. With only straight lines and angles, No Curves somehow is able to create the illusion of rounded curves. Take a look at those portraits displayed in his latest solo show “Top of the Line”, there are no curves at all! Don’t let your eyes fool you.
Many artists like to play with food. However, Parisian contemporary artist Anne-Catherine Becker-Echivard does a little more than that. She actually places real fish from her fish monger on doll parts to recreate, amuse, and in a way, criticize/satirize aspects of human society.
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