When I was looking at my leads this morning I choose to write about Vladimir Kush, because I like his name. It’s a great name, especially Kush. I was as happy as a banana swinging in a hammock of it’s own skin while repeating it over and over again this morning: Kush. Say it, it’s fun and like any word that you repeat over and over again it starts to sound like something out of this world, which is apropos when you consider what kind of artist Vladimir Kush is: a surrealist or better yet, a metaphorical realist, a monicker that he prefers. [ Continue Reading ]
These. photographs. will. boggle. your. mind. [ Continue Reading ]
Amber Gray, if you do not know of her, you will now. A graduate of Harvard at 12… Yes, she graduated Harvard at 12, born in California, residing in Manhattan, her work as a photographer leaves me speechless. Taking surrealistic pictures since the age of eight, it seems like she has [ Continue Reading ]
Hermetic art. A personal transition. What Russian artist Alex Andreev reflects in his work is an alternate and futuristic universe, one that stems from the sprockets and sheaves of his mind. And although the scenery he portrays are not rainbows and smiles, it makes one toss the idea around of what this world is like.