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August 29th, 2009

itwasntme1 Ouwenz!

No, its not Eva Mendes. Or is it? Let’s pretend it is, she’s surreal and so is this guy’s work. The piece is called  It Wasn’t Me and it was created by Finnish surreal photomanipulator Olli Pekka
Jauhiainen, also known as Ouwenz. I dont know how Ouwenz is related to, or short for Olli Pekka Jauhiainen, but it sounds way more like his work; vibrant and exclamatory, both of which probably have something to do with his being featured in Digital Arts Magazine‘s May 2009 edition, and countless online art exhibitions. Check out is digital showcase here.

via DesignLlama

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