Le Cadavre Exquis

Exquisite corpse, also known as exquisite cadaver (from the original French term cadavre exquis) or rotating corpse, is a method by which a collection of words or images is collectively assembled. Each collaborator adds to a composition in sequence, either by following a rule (e.g. "The adjective noun adverb verb the adjective noun") or by being allowed to see the end of what the previous person contributed. - wikipedia

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Surreal & Conceptual Photography by DiggieVitt

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A new selection of photographs both dark, poetic and surreal by Diggie Vitt, a young American photographer  uses her camera and masterful photo manipulation to create otherworldly scenes of strange beauty.

Now based in Los Angeles. We already talked about his work with “Flame and Gravity – 21 Photographs by Diggie Vitt“. Diggie Vitt has just completed a 365 Project, in which he created a new photograph a day during a whole year…

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snaggle-teeth:

The weirdest fucking thing I saw in NY. And it cost $400.

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zeekubeast:

snaggle-teeth:

The weirdest fucking thing I saw in NY. And it cost $400.

BEARTAUR

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Illustrations by Enkel Dika

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Orbital Mechanics by Tatiana Plakhova 

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strangelfreak:

Ana Rajevic is an award-winning fashion artist, based in London, working at the intersections of sculpture and fashion design. Specialised in synthetic polymers, metal and leather.

 anarajcevic.com

photographs by Fernando Lessa
model : Anna Tatton
hair and make up : Sarah Frasca

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asylum-art:

Ashley Mackenzie: The Philosophical Illustrations

artist on Tumblr

Ashley Mackenzie tackles complex questions about the relationship between mind and body, creating conceptual, illustrative works that stand at the cross-section of the philosophy of the mind and neuroscience. “As our knowledge of the brain becomes more comprehensive, it seems like the idea of the soul exists only in the gaps of our understanding,” Mackenzie writes on her website. Bodies melt like pools of liquid in these placid, sparsely-detailed illustrations as they visualize the inner workings of the mind.

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