Tag Archives: Pop Surrealism

POP! The Lowbrow Surrealism of Alex Gross

Pop Surrealist artist Alex Gross specializes in oil paintings on canvas whose themes include global commerce, the pursuit of beauty, alienation, and how globalization and capitalism have consumed our visual culture. His work features striking, dreamlike Victorian imagery, a haunting … Continue reading

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The Ridiculous And The Sublime: The Surreal Art of Naoto Hattori

Naoto Hattori was born in 1975 in Yokohama, Japan. Raised as a child in the Japanese traditional arts and culture, he plunged into modern pop culture as a teenager, becoming enthralled in board sports  like surfing and skateboarding, street art … Continue reading

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World Of Adventure: The Pop Noir Art Of Ryan Heshka

If there’s one thing I love, it’s the pulp nour look of the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s, fueled mainly for my love of cheesy sci-fi and gangster flicks, movie posters and pulp comics. And no one captures that fun yet … Continue reading

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Aye Carumba! El Arte de Muy Excelente Sergio Mora

Sergio Mora is one of the leading exponents of the Pop Surrealist movement in Spain. Born in Barcelona in 1975, he studied at the famed “La LLotja” (Barcelona Arts and Crafts School). He is painter, illustrator, video director, designer, performer … Continue reading

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