Born a fraternal twin himself, the artist’s long fascination with the alter egos of humans has manifested itself in his paintings. Wojahn transforms select photos from his portfolio (both old and new) into antique style images of our evil twins, by adding multiple layers of paint and texture on them. The results are eerie and disturbing, yet quite beautiful.
Wojahn is a filmmaker, and a multidisciplinary artist living and working in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is also an McKnight Photography Fellow, who has had his works exhibited in numerous exhibitions across the U.S.
The exhibition will be on show at the Rogue Buddha Gallery from Friday, September 7th, 2012 to Saturday, September 29th, 2012.
More images after the jump.
Marvel at the awesomeness that are these fantastic rayguns, lovingly put together for space adventurers on a tight budget. These lovely objets d’art are the handiwork of Kevin Skinner, an artist and writer based in Detroit, Michigan.
Visit Henrik Drescher’s ArtistWorkSpaces tumblr to check out some nice photographs of the Budget Raygun headquarters.
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Designer Hillary Coe made these spectacular-looking bouquet sculptures using parts of discarded spray cans. The sculptures are part of a series of works, which she has been creating for the ‘Can Love’ recycling program.
Check out a few wonderful mixed media artworks from the portfolio of Zach Welch, an 18 year old American artist.
Zach considers punk rock music as a major artistic influence, and combines realistic elements with abstract geometric ones to create a hybrid with a unique “punk edge” to it. He uses colored pencil, sharpies, watercolors, paint pens, collages, and spray paint to create his layered pieces.
Debuting today in San Francisco, Spoke Art Gallery’s annual ‘Summer Group Show’ will feature a diverse range of terrific art from local, national and international emerging artists. The exhibition will showcase works of varying mediums and styles, representative of the new contemporary art scene.
The show will have it’s opening night today (August 2, 2012), from 6pm – 10pm. It will be on view till August 25, 2012.
Visit Spoke Art’s site for more details.
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A coloring-in book with quirky illustrations based on Bill Murray, one of the most irrepressible and humorous actors of our times? Take my money, please!
The folks behind Belly Kids, the publishers of the book, asked more than 20 different illustrators to create a series of images inspired by the film roles of the great man himself. The book will feature characters played by Bill in cult movies like The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou, Rushmore, Lost in Translation, Groundhog Day, Ed Wood etc.
Titled ‘Thrill Murray‘, the £7.99 ($12.50) book will be available on August 13th at Belly Kids, Amazon, and other book retailers.
You can check out more coloring pages from the book, after the jump. Continue reading ‘A Bill Murray Coloring Book for Grown-ups (and Maybe Kids, Too)’
The inspiration for his ‘Fast Mercy’ sculptures was born from the idea of a “highly agile bodhisattva,” a spiritually-enlightened spirit who helps people affected by the earthquake and the resulting tsunami that occurred in Japan, in 2011. The sculptures can be manipulated and positioned into two distinct forms; ‘Flying’ and ‘Humanoid’.
While the sculptures in the series may look similar to to each other, they can actually be considered as different avatars of an ethereal being. His latest piece comes in gold and blue, and is made from polyurethane resin and acrylic (just as his other sculptures).
Hit the jump to see more images of sculptures from the series.