Monthly Archives: April 2014

Emotions In Motion: The Symbolist Surrealism of Duy Huynh

Vietnamese born Duy Huynh (pronounced Yee Wun) creates poetic and contemplative acrylic paintings. Duy draws inspiration from a variety of storytellers in formats that range from music and movies to ancient folklore and comic book adventures. While much of his … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Letters

This sign post in Kyoto, Japan is packed with letters of all sorts. Go ahead, say that one three times fast … I dare ya!!! Say it one time fast and I’ll still be very impressed.

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Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Glow

The competition is intense, especially when illuminated in the pale ghostly glow of a vintage Pac-Man machine.

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Green Day: The Earth-Friendly Surrealism of Steven Kenny

Steven Kenny is a St. Petersburg, Florida artist whose work is an interesting mash-up of classic 17th century portraiture and surrealistic dreamscapes. His subjects are invariably surrounded by animals or other aspects of the natural realm, especially flora and birds. In … Continue reading

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Ailsa’s Travel Theme: Round

Round could like umbrellas in Kyoto, Japan (above), or giant Christmas ornaments in San Francisco (below). Check out more of this week’s roundness at Ailsa’s Travel Theme!

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Happy Easter: WTF Edition

When it comes to holidays, I can be subversive; remember my recent Valentine’s Day essay/rant? Well, I’m the same way with Easter. Despite being raised in a Catholic household, it’s a holiday that I’ve never really embraced or celebrated. In fact, … Continue reading

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Ultra-Surrealism: The Digital Art of Andrey Bobir

While doing background research on this week’s featured artist, Andrey Bobir, and his trippy surreal art,  I was a little surprised that I was unable to uncover much on the man, or his interesting photo-realistic technique. What I did discover was … Continue reading

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