The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated

This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful.

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Arthur Tress

August 20, 2014
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The Nightmares Of Children, Recreated

This photo series by Arthur Tress is called “The Dark Side Of Dreams”. In it, he attempts to recreate the nightmares of children, and succeeds in giving us all nightmares. These are some seriously unsettling images: the longer you look, the creepier they become. Beautiful.

Source: Arthur Tress

What Am I Looking At Here? 10 Photos That Require A Second Look

These will all certainly give you whiplash from doing too many double takes. What at first seems normal is absolutely weird, and what first looks a little weird turns out to be absolutely normal- a trick in perspective. Here is a collection of images where you’re not exactly sure what’s going on at first…

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RSVLTS

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What Am I Looking At Here? 10 Photos That Require A Second Look

These will all certainly give you whiplash from doing too many double takes. What at first seems normal is absolutely weird, and what first looks a little weird turns out to be absolutely normal- a trick in perspective. Here is a collection of images where you’re not exactly sure what’s going on at first…

Source: RSVLTS

Incredibly, Some Guy Launched A Bouquet of Flowers Into Space

Some people feel the need to have something to say, especially when presented with a piece of creative work. Why did the artist do this? Why banzai trees and flowers, why space? What does it mean about art, about form? What is he trying to call upon, what is being appropriated? Blah, blah, blah. I don’t feel the need to say anything. This artist put two beautiful things together to make something doubly beautiful. What more can I say?

Oh, yeah- he calls it “Exobiotanica Space Flight”, which is the name of my David Bowie cover band.

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Azuma Makoto

August 19, 2014
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Incredibly, Some Guy Launched A Bouquet of Flowers Into Space

Some people feel the need to have something to say, especially when presented with a piece of creative work. Why did the artist do this? Why banzai trees and flowers, why space? What does it mean about art, about form? What is he trying to call upon, what is being appropriated? Blah, blah, blah. I don’t feel the need to say anything. This artist put two beautiful things together to make something doubly beautiful. What more can I say?

Oh, yeah- he calls it “Exobiotanica Space Flight”, which is the name of my David Bowie cover band.

Source: Azuma Makoto