Surrealismo digital que nos recuerda a Dalí y a M.C. Escher

Surrealismo digital que nos recuerda a Dalí y a M.C. Escher
Nos gusta la obra del artista digital Stefan Krische, tambien conocido como Gestucks, se apoya en la referencia de dos grandes creadores: Dalí y M.C.…

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Krische estudió arquitectura, aprendió a usar programas de 3D, y ha trabajado como freelance en el modelado arquitectónico y visualizaciones. “Creo que gran parte de mi trabajo es sobre el comportamiento humano, las interacciones con nosotros mismos y con el medio ambiente. Y las consecuencias de esas interacciones.” 

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    Kip Omolade

    Kip Omolade

    Kip Omolade is a painter based out of Harlem, New York who paints diovadiova chrome portraits. Initially he starts off by molding and casting each model’s face by reworking the cast plaster sculpture, producing a version in resin and adding a chrome layer. The final sculpture serves as a model for his hyper-realistic oil paintings.

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    Red Bull Studio Collectives – Artistic Collaborations

    Three short films by Buster Grey-Jung for the Red Bull Studio Collectives project.

    Buster Grey-Jung is a London based filmmaker, sound designer, and artist. He recently created a set of three short films to run alongside the Red Bull Studio Collectives project, which individually focus on three separate artistic collaborations. The videos explore the work and conceptual ideas of each pair as they develop a unique installation. The collaborations include: Leif Podhajský and Eva Papamargariti, Alice Dunseath and Matteo Mastrandrea, Netta Peltola and Hortense Duthilleux.

    The films aim to provide a bespoke visual and sonic representation of the mood and atmosphere each of the artists conjure up through their creative thinking and takes a closer look at the range of physical as well as non-physical processes behind their practices.

    Launched on January 28, there are currently three exhibits across London to show their collaborative installations. Below you can see the three short films.

    Leif Podhajský and Eva Papamargariti.

    The two artists explore the individualism of interpretation in relation to the visual language of dreams. Their collaborative work creates the effect of a place where fantasy is reality and entirely up to your own interpretation.

    Red Bull Studio Collectives - Leif Podhajský and Eva Papamargariti.

    Red Bull Studio Collectives – Leif Podhajský and Eva Papamargariti.

    Alice Dunseath and Matteo Mastrandrea.

    Their installation is based on the idea that everything is connected. Alice Dunseath and Matteo Mastrandrea have created a room filled with the central colors of the spectrum.

    Red Bull Studio Collectives - Alice Dunseath and Matteo Mastrandrea.

    Red Bull Studio Collectives – Alice Dunseath and Matteo Mastrandrea.

    Netta Peltola and Hortense Duthilleux.

    Their interactive installation reveals and conceals light depending on to the amount of energy and collective movement within the space.

    Red Bull Studio Collectives - Netta Peltola and Hortense Duthilleux.

    Red Bull Studio Collectives – Netta Peltola and Hortense Duthilleux.

    Have a look at our Art category to find much more inspiring work! We also provide you with information about upcoming shows. WE AND THE COLOR is your place for the daily dose of art inspiration!

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    While You Were Offline: Twitter’s Got More Beef Than a Steakhouse

    While You Were Offline: Twitter’s Got More Beef Than a Steakhouse

    Rappers against rappers, rappers against scientists, rappers against Martin Shkreli. Can’t we all just get along? (Except Martin Shkreli, of course.)

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    Following Time’s Arrow to the Universe’s Biggest Mystery

    Following Time’s Arrow to the Universe’s Biggest Mystery

    The laws of physics work both forward and backward in time. So why does time seem to move in only one direction? One potential answer may also reveal the secrets of the universe’s missing mass.

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    Surreal Drawings by Allan Bech

    Surreal drawings with pencil on paper by artist Allan Bech.

    Danish artist Allan Bech was born in 1983. Today he lives and works in the city of Copenhagen. His creative work is rooted in a variety of interests as well as inspirations from everyday life or supernatural things. His surreal pencil drawings are based on storytelling, propaganda, and investigation. He is bringing together the beauty of an object or a single moment with the odd, disturbing or ugly things. With his artworks, Allan Bech creates contrasts between different themes.

    The Danish artist says his work is situated around the context of manhood, especially the one of his very own. He doesn’t like to think too much about his influences. That allows him to create his own perception in life.

    He has participated in several group shows as well as solo shows around Denmark and the United Kingdom. The selected drawings are all made with pencils on various types of paper. You can find even more on Allan Bech’s website: allanbech.com

    The Ever Present Beginning of the Last Journey.

    The Ever Present Beginning of the Last Journey. This surreal work is based on several topics.

    Safety Last – pencil drawing by Allan Bech.

    Safety Last – pencil drawing by Allan Bech. A beautiful artwork in simple black and white.

    Cutting Edges in an Edgy World.

    Cutting Edges in an Edgy World. Allan Bech’s creative work illustrates a wide variety of objects ranging from everyday situations up to thoughts, feelings or dreams.

    The Eclectic First Meeting of Janie Doe's Parents.

    The Eclectic First Meeting of Janie Doe’s Parents.

    Trophy for Worst Cover Up.

    Trophy for Worst Cover Up. With amazing skills, Allan Bech creates unique illustrations based on his very own experiences.

    Trophy for Best Orgasm – drawing with pencil on paper by Allan Bech.

    Trophy for Best Orgasm – drawing with pencil on paper by Allan Bech.

    Discover more fascinating work in our Art and Illustration categories. Both sections include a great variety of work created by artists and illustrators from all over the world. In addition, we provide you with information on current and upcoming events.

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    In the New Novel All the Birds in the Sky, Witches Finally Battle Mad Scientists

    In the New Novel All the Birds in the Sky, Witches Finally Battle Mad Scientists

    The new book from io9 editor in chief Charlie Jane Anders is about the relationship between two people who are very, very different.

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    El mundo surrealista de Flora Borsi

    El mundo surrealista de Flora Borsi
    La artisa húngara Flora Borsi nació en Budapest en 1994. Con anterioridad hemos publicado obra suya (aquí y aquí). Es incuestionable su talento. Nos volvemos…
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      The House Michael and Patty Hopkins Built for Themselves in 1976

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      Built in Hampstead, north London, in 1976, the Hopkins’ House is the first project by Michael and Patty Hopkins’ Architectural Practice and it is a building designed for the couple and their family for living and working.

      The house is located three meters below street level and the first floor with the entrance is reachable through a short metal bridge. The two-storey building is built with a steel frame structure with large glass panels and corrugated metal sheeting for the exterior walls. Inside, there are no elements to distinguish the working from the living areas. The whole interior is extremely open with only a few permanent partitions in prefabricated melamine-faced panels, used to enslose bathrooms and sleeping areas while venetian blinds hanging between the internal columns temporarily define the other living functions.

      The building is made of an assemblage of simple industrial components like metal joints, rods, and tension cables and its construction technique is simplified in order to reduce detailing for every joint in the building. The small structural grid, (4m x 2m), is composed of six columns of 60 mm square section.

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      Second Floor Plan, street level

       

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      All images © Hopkins Architects.

      Images via: Hopkins Architects, Urbipedia, High Tech Architectuur, Proyectos Isasi, Aj Buildings Library, ArchINFORM,


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      The Bay Bridge Lights Are Coming Back for Good

      The Bay Bridge Lights Are Coming Back for Good

      After a brief moment of darkness, the Bay Lights are coming back.

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