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Pan’s Labyrinth

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By Zolton in New Events on Wednesday 20 December 2006

Shrouded in a dark cloak of mystery and brimming with surreal special effects, Pan’s Labyrinth is a magical fairytale set in Spain after the Civil War. I had the pleasure of seeing parts of it the other day and it really is a beautifully shot movie, hauntingly atmospheric and completely engrossing. The synopsis is simple: […]

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Haute couture created from iconic movie characters

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By Rachel Oakley in New Fashion on Tuesday 3 June 2014

You’re looking at some pretty cool fashion designs courtesy of Sara Richard, who came up with the ideas for this year’s Dragon Con. Her first project involved high-fashion versions of Pan’s Labyrinth character clothing, but then she had other ideas: ‘Then I figured, it’d be cool to try and come up with more designs for […]

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Surreal self-portraits by Leonard Andrei Corcuera

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By Leonard Andrei Corcuera in New Art on Thursday 25 April 2013

It’s back to basics photoshopping skills with the use of Microsoft Paint and Powerpoint for these self-portraits from Manila-based artist, Leonard Andrei Corcuera. While referencing different works of art, from Guillermo del Toro’s Pan’s Labyrinth to Madonna’s music video, Bedtime Story, to Frida Kahlo’s Wounded Deer, these surreal art/photographs also pay homage to Leonardo da […]

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Mark Powell

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 16 November 2009

Mark Powell makes amazingly horrific little dioramas that remind me of old Tool videos and certain scenes in Pan’s Labyrinth. The grotesque little creatures in Powell’s world are monstrous versions of ourselves, going about their business eating, defecating, dissecting things, and playing music with their slimy, vein-y appendages, reminding us viewers that we are all just piles of pulsating meat.

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