Tag Archive: Surrealism

Tales Of The Old Bathtub

Aspen station Sebastian Luczywo uses his wife and children as models to create crazy scenes inspired from life in the country and movies. Guest stars the animals of the farm.

Surreal animal sculptures

Chinese artist Wang Ruilin creates sculptures that unite the natural world with mythology and surrealism. Clouds hover on  animal’s antlers like floating dreams and whales are infilled with rocky landscapes or lakes along their… Continue reading

Arthur Tress : Dream Collector

American photographer Arthur Tress began his career in the 1960s creating street photographs, but soon branched out to explore the realm of the strange and grotesque. He is known for his staged surrealism… Continue reading

The World of the Senses by Huainan Li

Amazing set of fashion and creative make up photography by Huainan Li  featuring retro futuristic sunglasses.

Wondrous Worlds by Gediminas Pranckevicius

Gediminas Pranckevicius is a concept artist and illustrator from Lithuania. Pranckevicius creates digital new worlds with impossible architecture while most of his digital paintings are centered around character design.

Surreal Photomontages by Leslie Hall Brown

Moon Shadows Leslie Hall Brown is a fine art photographer from the USA who creates photomontages, combining and merging images, to tell stories about imaginary situations. Her work is conceptually driven with a… Continue reading

The Surreal Photo Collages of Jim Kazanjian

Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s dark cosmology and horror films, Portland-based artist Jim Kazanjian creates surreal architectural photo collages. Kazanjian never takes any photographs himself, but instead combines as many as 50 images found on… Continue reading

The Dissolving Sculptures of Tomohiro Inaba

Tomohiro Inaba is attracted to iron as a material among other reasons because it begins to rust and decay upon contact with air, practically the moment it is created. Though made from solid… Continue reading

The Whimsical Furniture of Lila Jang

Korean sculptor Lila Jang has created surreal versions of 18th-century French furniture. Tables, chairs, desks, and stools are transformed from ordinary to extraordinary. Living in a tiny Parisian apartment, Jang found joy in… Continue reading