The three-dimensional surreal toy works of Jordan Speer
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Tom Poulsom’s nifty lego birds
The nostalgic and playful portraits of Star Wars figurines from Allan Innman
Now showing at Spoke Art Gallery in San Francisco
Miklos Gaál (born 1974 in Espoo, Finland) is an eminent representative of young Finish photography and the ‘Helsinki School’. In his work Gaál focuses on the conflict and the discrepancy between impartial and objective landmarks in the public space and the subjective perception of these spaces and the sensations they evoke. Using unconventional photographic techniques, Gaál emphasises the narrative nature as well as the subjective matter of everyday occurrences, thereby dismantling the illusion of reality inherent to photographic depictions.
Cemetery Visit | Telephone Booth | Swimming Lesson
Street artist Megx transforms a bridge in Wuppertal Germany into an illusion of a LEGO structure by painting the under panels in brightly colored blocks.
Elliot Beaumont’s subdued portraits, washed out and mystifying all at once.
The amazingly complex toy soldier portraits of Chinese artist Joe Black