Yukinori Dehara

Hand painted -paper clay or vinyl- sculptures by Japanese character illustrator and artist Yukinori Dehara

gallery images courtesy of Giantrobot



Sugar and junk food monsters by photographer James Ostrer. Supportingly the photographer wants to comment on obesity and our obsession with sugar stating (via the press release) “This adornment becomes a mask of what we eat which then becomes entwined with a hyper-pop sensibility and an obsequious inquiry into the great volumes of sugar that flow through our bodies.”

Its hard to be convinced though, as his models are thin (especially the girls) and so nicely adorned that you want to lick them! ( not so sure for the burger guy..)






Currently exhibited in Gazelli Art House in London until 11 September 2014. Pictures via Junk Culture

The Chimera

Louis Jean Desprez (painter and architect 1743–1804) at  Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

via dark classics

Matthew Niedbal

master of chickens (different spaces series)

consumptionclick to enlarge consumption dtl

mirrorphobia (mental states series)

unconsciousness (mental states series)

megalomania (mental states series)

Brilliant, dark digital photo-montages by artist Matthew Niedbal

grandmother’s birthday

3d montages” inspired by Victorian drawings & medical books by Brighton based artist Seiko Kato.  Via beautifulDecay.