French digital artist Alexandra Bach makes fantastical photo manipulations. Find more on her ArtStation page.
The Atlantic’s Photos of the Week are a perpetually shocking reminder to me that it’s a great big world after all, and not just a human one, and that the nightly dramas being played on […]
In 2000, boxes of photographs were discovered in a warehouse in Los Angeles. The pictures, which numbered in the thousands, were all taken in the line of duty by LAPD police officers between 1925 and […]
When, in my artistic travels, I come across an image that inspires a potent setting or intriguing character, I save it in a separate file. While those files don’t grow at the rate they used […]
Le Cadavre (1894) – Felix Vallotton Xteriors VIII (2004) — Desiree Dolron Happily Ever Cadaver (2013) — Grave Robbin’ Sam Hardy-har-har… Paintings like Felix Vallotton’s “Le Cadavre” (1894) are important in the history of […]
The French philosopher and literary critic Roland Barthes developed an extension of Saussure’s semiotics that he aptly called mythology, where strictly speaking ‘-ology’ means ‘study of’ rather than ‘collection.’ For Barthes, the semiological system of […]
Charlotte Grimm (@espiritconfus on Instagram) is an art therapy student and fairy tale-esque photographer based out of Leipzig, Germany whose dark fantasy-inspired works explore, or perhaps expose, a sexually potent yet unapologetically self-assured femininity. But […]