Surreal floating eye sculptures

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By Annie Churdar in New Art on Wednesday 30 October 2013

Sophie Ryder created these large wire sculptures with a direct reference to charcoal sketching. The UK artist installed the surreal sculptures to hang and interact with the air space above a field. It’s as if a page were torn from an drawing students sketch book and made to look down on us all.

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Black and white surreal illustrations by Tabe Interesno

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By Low Lai Chow in New Art on Tuesday 9 July 2013

It’s amazing. Seen via This Is Colossal, Russian artist Tebe Interesno does all these crazily beautiful and surreal digital images that are pretty brilliant. Dinos photobombing astronauts on the moon — who would have thought?

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Clever combinations of unrelated objects by Chema Madoz

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Friday 7 June 2013

These lovely black and white photos by Chema Madoz capture the wonder and innocence found when looking at the world through the eyes of a child. The surreal combinations of seemingly unrelated objects will a bring a smile to your face when you realize where Madoz found his connecting point between objects. Whether it’s a cloud seemingly captured in a cage or a […]

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Surreal album cover photography by the late Storm Thorgerson

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By Annie Churdar in New Photography on Tuesday 7 May 2013

In case you don’t know who the late Storm Thorgerson was, just know he was the master mind behind the iconic rainbow prism on the cover of Pink Floyd’s album, The Dark Side of the Moon. Best known for his harsh collages, Thorgerson lead the way in album art, using eye catching art instead of mundane pictures […]

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Pretty surrealist landscapes by Sarah Eisenlohr

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By Sarah Eisenlohr in New Art on Tuesday 29 January 2013

I’m a Montana-based BFA student and this is my first collage series, called Mapping, which shows the transformation of our landscapes due to human impact over time. They are surreal yet light-hearted, while showing a collision between the organic and inorganic.

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Fulvio Di Piazza

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By Gerry Mak in New Art on Saturday 4 February 2012

Fulvio Di Piazza’s surreal and epic paintings look like the earth itself erupting into gigantic animate forms to obliterate humanity.

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