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Judge a book by its cover…

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January 18th, 2010

1359821260311482 461x400 Judge a book by its cover...Reclarkgable is an artist from Madrid, Spain. Unfortunately I was not able to find much about him on the internet, but his work is definitely worth being posted on here. Sometimes pictures could be so simple yet very moving. [ Continue Reading ]


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October 10th, 2009

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The passion of Eugenio Recuenco‘s Spanish roots and his infatuation with cinema are palpable in his photography. The detail of his elegant images like the ominous duel above,  have the ability to absorb you into a scene and leave you haunted, long after your eyes have moved on.

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Underneath It All

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May 14th, 2009

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Wouldn’t it be cool if underneath our skin our faces were as beautiful as Gabriel Moreno sees them? The artist, who is based out of Madrid, has a way with combining realistic details with fantastical elements. He is a brilliant sketcher and you can literally see his meticulous lines in his work. He loves to work with loose shapes and designs that seem to be suspended in space, carefully floating about but he always makes sure to ground each work with a central focal point so it flows nicely. [ Continue Reading ]

Martin & Munoz’s life force is tangible

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April 28th, 2009

martinandmunoz 1 585x399 Martin & Munozs life force is tangible

New York duo Walter Martin and Paloma Munoz have a bewildering knack for manifesting what I’ll delicately call “life force.”  They are equally adept at realistic sculpture as they are in creating fairy tale microcosms (they’re particularly well known for their mind-blowing snowglobes).  In both cases they achieve maximum effect through the allowance of space to the terrible and the fantastic, and in any event their work is wondrous to behold. [ Continue Reading ]