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Ilya Kisaradov Aka Ezorenier Takes Gorgeous Surreal Photography


Russian photographer Ilya Kisaradov’s subjects are primarily women, who are out in the open with nature. In her photographs, the image of the birdcage appears a few times, possibly symbolizing imprisonment. The confinement of her subjects juxtaposed against the backdrop of the openness of nature illustrates the dichotomy between humans and nature and how we continuously imprison ourselves by getting further and further away from nature. Though regardless of what message one may take away from Ilya Kisaradov photographs, their stunning quality and surreal imagery are electrifying and compels the viewer to gaze intently. She is both expressive and contemplative.



Oaxaca, Mexico.


Eric Petersen  is an artist based in Olympia, Washington who started creating art in 2012 after a long career of writing code for the web sites of large corporations. He has a B.A. in Art from California State University, Northridge and has attended continuing education at Art Center College of Design, School of Visual Arts, and The Cooper Union.

His work has been featured on Juxtapoz, designboom, Computer Arts, Pantone Canvas Gallery, Tumblr, Fab♥, Society6, RedBubble, Glossom, Metalocus, and see.me.

My style is influenced by instructional graphics, video games and the look of vintage comics of the 1940s. I draw uniform lines on a computer to strip away some of the human element and expressive quality seen in non-digital work. I use perspective and unnatural colors to set up a voyeuristic feeling and create an unsettling mood. I am interested in the combination of a purely functional illustration style with an emotional scene.

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Alyssa Monks

Alyssa Monks is an American painter born in 1977 in Ridgewood, New Jersey, who specializes in hyperrealism. She began oil painting as a child and earned her M.F.A from the New York Academy of Art in 2001. She uses filters such as glass, vinyl, water, and steam to distort the body of her subjects placed in shallow spaces, most often bathing or pushing against the glass window.

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Ludovic Florent's series “Poussières d’étoiles” (Stardust). 

This is fucking gorgeous


Starting March 29, visit Thinkspace gallery in Los Angeles to see Fuco Ueda’s new show Kioku no Hana (Flower of Memory). Known for her surreal paintings of girls surrounded by hyper-colored flora and fauna, the Japanese artist’s works are at once shocking and serene.