What fascinates me most is the juxtaposition of cute/silly with psychosis/darkness. My most recent body of work consists both of videos made up of remixed YouTube findings, as well as digital collages created with the children’s computer program KidPix.
This website is unintentionally genius, and this has nothing to do with Yvette’s bridal wear. Upon entering this website, beware for you are actually entering another dimension, one that is equally overwhelming, fantastical, and obnoxious. Click on the links and see where they take you. Endless possibilities and sweet tunes to go along with each […]
This video embodies my favorite themes of cute and psychotic. I love that all that was done to the original video was that it was slowed down. One simple, minor alteration had the power to completely morph the feeling that this song evokes from innocent and mundane to absolutely insane and creepy.
I randomly came across Patrick Tsai’s work one day and absolutely fell in love with the seemingly effortless, raw, childlike qualities that both his photographs and his website design evoke.
Ken Kagami creates extremely suggestive yet hilariously clever drawings, sculptures and installations from children’s toys and other kitschy miscellaneous items. I admire his ability to execute loud, in-your-face, often disgusting concepts while at the same time maintaining a childlike simplicity and lightness.
This Japanese guy has a seemingly infinite amount of videos that are all dedicated to displaying Japanese desserts and snack foods up close. It’s simple, straightforward, and all you ever see are his hands dissecting these deliciously sexy food items.
I have always been enamored with Tokyo street fashion, so this website is one of my favorite recent discoveries. New photos are updated every day, so it’s always fresh and exciting.