Inside The Explosive Imagination Of Archan Nair

Each of these paintings deserves its own universe. Specializing in both digital and analog painting, Archan Noir is the artist behind these massively vibrant fantasies. If we can adjust our minds to see it, there is color and chaos everywhere: these paintings are proof of that fact.

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Archan Nair

August 7, 2014
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Inside The Explosive Imagination Of Archan Nair

Each of these paintings deserves its own universe. Specializing in both digital and analog painting, Archan Noir is the artist behind these massively vibrant fantasies. If we can adjust our minds to see it, there is color and chaos everywhere: these paintings are proof of that fact.

Source: Archan Nair

Disarticulated Heads And Bionic Implants: The Street Art Of Smithe

Ah, lovely. Smithe is a Mexican street artist who creates these exploded and disarticulated (like a Beauchene skull) forms wired up with electronics. He unifies American street style with Mayan art in these violent, colorful works. 

A quote from the artist: “My work doesn’t have a social message (…) It’s imaginative, a distraction so that people can let their heads fly for a moment – then go back to the chaos.”

Source: Smithe on HiFructose

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Disarticulated Heads And Bionic Implants: The Street Art Of Smithe

Ah, lovely. Smithe is a Mexican street artist who creates these exploded and disarticulated (like a Beauchene skull) forms wired up with electronics. He unifies American street style with Mayan art in these violent, colorful works. 

A quote from the artist: “My work doesn’t have a social message (…) It’s imaginative, a distraction so that people can let their heads fly for a moment – then go back to the chaos.”

Source: Smithe on HiFructose

Monkey Brains And Man-Suits: The Heavy-Minded Art Of Steven Russell Black

It’s like I’m looking through the sketchbook of Hannibal Lecter: wolves in men’s clothing, screaming girls, deformities, and a death’s head. All of these are beautifully rendered and shadowed, giving the images a realistic (and surrealistic) feel.

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Steven Russell Black

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Monkey Brains And Man-Suits: The Heavy-Minded Art Of Steven Russell Black

It’s like I’m looking through the sketchbook of Hannibal Lecter: wolves in men’s clothing, screaming girls, deformities, and a death’s head. All of these are beautifully rendered and shadowed, giving the images a realistic (and surrealistic) feel.

Source: Steven Russell Black