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Thomas Subtil – ‘Hakuna Matata’

Thomas Subtil‘s “Hakuna Matata“ funny and surreal animal “photographic reality”

“Since I remember I always imagined extraordinary stories and adventures. Today things didn’t changed. I kept my kid mind and released it on my work…I think every body loves humour, in many different ways. Which one is yours? To me, is when there is very serious situation in a complet crazy world. When a elephant do very serious tightrope walk in a world where it can happen… so, please relax, take off your shoes, forgot your daily problem and escape in an another world.” 

Thomas Subtil - Hakuna Matata

Thomas Subtil – Hakuna Matata

 

 

Tommy Ingberg

Tommy Ingberg‘s surrealistic photo montages.

“This is a series of black and white, surrealistic photo montages. The pictures start off with a feeling, a story, a riddle for the viewer to think about. I strive for simple, scaled back compositions with few elements, where every part adds to the story, but where there are still gaps for the viewer to fill.”

Tommy Ingberg's surrealistic photo montages

Tommy Ingberg

Sebastiaan Bremer

Sebastiaan Bremer‘s hand painted dot patterns create an explosion of colours and breathe a new life into these perfectly composed, meticulously painted and coloured flowers. Using already existing photographs and prints from a 1948 book called “Bloemen” (Flowers), he calls for a new perception of the process of ‘re-thinking’ a visual document .

photography, Sebastiaan Bremer, flowers, colours, dots, mixed media, fine art, inspiration

Sebastiaan Bremer

 

JeeYoung Lee – into a world of fantasy and fairy tales

JeeYoung Lee is a young artist from Korea, born 1983. Her studio is just 3x6m in the center of Seoul, but enough to create her amazing hand-crafted works. Literally. Everything in her art is handcrafted. With extraordinary patience for weeks, sometimes months, she creates the fabric of a universe born from her mind, then puts herself in this theatrical performance and clicks the shutter.  That’s it. Hard work, fantasy and no photoshop. Her art  is described as a fusion of installations, pop art, surreal landscapes and photography.

You can view more of her works on the site of the French gallery that represents her – Opiom Gallery .