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 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
asylum-art:

 “Humorous and Disconcerting” Tomoo Gokita
With a lifelong practice of drawing, professional experience in graphic design, and early success in creating newsprint books, Tomoo Gokita began around 2005 to create works on canvas that demonstrated his virtuosity with tonal range. For the current show, in paintings of varying sizes, he presents dazzling possibilities for black and white. Velvety matte black gouache contrasts with pristine white gesso. Smears, scrapes, scumbles, and drips introduce every texture, character, and gradation of gray. The paintings have the restraining effect of Photostats of very colorful subjects.humoristique et déconcertant.
These subjects - all portraits - are a source of intrigue. By giving the paintings titles such as Showgirl, Geisha Girl, A Bathing Beauty, Cocktail Pianist from Acapulco, Daughter of a Fraudster, A Female Spy, Gokita points to dated archetypes lifted from pulp fiction, Hollywood rags, and film noir. The full or half-length figures appear in a state of deconstruction or deterioration appropriate to their origin in memory, their resurrection from the past: flesh morphs and melts, with faces obscured by a mask or veil of paint. Like the cryptic fantasies of the Surrealist painters, Gokita conjures a world at once humorous and disconcerting. Tomoo Gokita was born in 1969 in Tokyo, Japan, where he continues to live and work.
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Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
asylum-art:

Amelia Coward
Original bits of maps, landscapes, comic books, and vintage ladies cut into triangles, circles, diamonds, and hexagons. So simple, but  so striking… this is the lovely collage work of UK Artist 
Collage: Ink, acrylic, dye, stain and watercolour on Paper and Wood.
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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     Double  exposure, Pakayla Biehn
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Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
asylum-art:

Ethereal Portraits by Lakormis Showcase Horrific Beauty

sur Behance, FacebookBeauty est une chose précieuse dans notre culture, et de l’artiste turc Merve Morkoç, aka mis Lakor, tourne cet idéal sur la tête. À première vue, leurs peintures sont apparemment de jeunes modèles, rougeoyer la peau, mais un regard plus révèle que ces sujets ont tous quelque chose de grave avec eux. Couplé avec les cheveux bien coiffés sont-défigurations fantastiques que vous verriez dans un film d’horreur. Paupières déformées, effondrés visages, et les éruptions cutanées existent sur ces jeunes women.Any sorte de réponse agréable, vous aviez d’abord est probablement passé, et les travaux sont comme un accident de train que vous ne pouvez pas détourner le regard de. Les détails étranges sont intrigants, et il parle à la manipulation d’experts de Morkoç du milieu qu’ils sont facilement en mesure de nous tromper en pensant quelque chose qui est répulsive est réellement belle.
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Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
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Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
asylum-art:

Nadia Wicker Photography 
on Behance
French photographer Nadia Wicker is an illusion artists, a master in the art of transporting oneself into their own visual universe.  Self-taught photographer and makeup artist, Wicker works in the genres of fashion and fine-art photography.
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Inundated by Andre Elliott
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Inundated by Andre Elliott
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Inundated by Andre Elliott
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Inundated by Andre Elliott
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Inundated by Andre Elliott
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Inundated by Andre Elliott
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Fuck Yeah Illustrative Art! • isabienne: Flora Luna by `thienbao | via Tumblr on We Heart It.
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Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà
Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.
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asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.