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Something bad is about to happen

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Aaron Tilley is a still life photographer, whose graphic and conceptual style attracts a variety of British and International clients. In this project collaborated with director Kyle Bean for Kinfolk Magazine’s Adrenaline Issue.
Aaron Tilley’s website

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Unreal worlds created with Iphone by Charlie Davoli

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Charlie Davoli creates surreal compositions by shooting pictures with his iPhone and editing them with apps like PsTouch, iDesign, and Superimpose. He then posts his photo collages on Instagram.

My inspiration comes from a combination of the supernatural images from the Italian artist De Chirico, my love for geometry of Bauhaus, and the pop culture of Warhol and Lichtenstein… all with a touch of retro sci-fi.

All images courtesy the artist, Charlie_Davoli

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Land Art by Dietmar Voorwold

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Beautiful circular land art installations using natural materials, like pebbles, rocks and leaves by Dietmar Voorwold.

My work is an attempt to bring a sense of stillness to those natural dynamics of rivers and tides that swirl and flow around me – enhancing them with patterns, creations that reflect both Nature’s subtle simplicity and also its complexity of shape and form – and then set them into landscapes where I hope their presence will enhance the already natural beauty of their settings.

Dietmar Voorwold’s website

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Large-scale murals by Seth

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Born in Paris Julien Malland began painting murals in the 20th arrondissement of Paris under the name of Seth. Since 2003, he entured across the world to exchange with street artists from different cultures, in order to broaden his horizon on life and on mural painting. From this experience he has been compelled to draw simple characters, mostly children, somehow connected to the chaotic environment in which they are revealed. Witnessing the outcome of globalization, its creations are celebrating traditions. Thus they are defining a hybrid culture between modern expression and traditional representation. His approach aims to arouse an artistic dialogue, whether it is a collaboration with local urban artists or a learning process of traditional techniques from local craftsmen.
Seth’s website

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