George Grie’s Neo-surrealism Art Gallery

“George Grie’s Romantic Neo-surrealism Art Gallery official website of the famous computer graphic artist. The gallery presents modern surreal gothic, inspirational surreal romanticism, digital artworks, and fine-art paintings. Giclee prints and posters, limited editions, desktop wallpapers, and framed art pictures for sale.”

 Visit the websit

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Today’s World Illustrated By Steve Cutts

“I’m an illustrator and animator working in London. I previously spent several years as an illustrator at London creative agency Glueisobar working on digital projects for a wide range of clients including Coca-cola, Google, Reebok, Magners, Kellogg’s, Virgin, 3, Nokia, Sony, Bacardi and Toyota.In 2012 I left Glueisobar to venture into the world of freelance and since then I’ve been working with production houses and agencies such as Analog Folk, Lean Mean Fighting Machine, Stink Digital, The Gaia Foundation, Athlon and Bite Global to name a few. My work has also been featured on various television channels throughout the world, including the Adult Swim network and Channel 4.I mainly work with After Effects, Photoshop, Flash and Cinema 4D.I’m always keen for new projects and collaborations, if you like what you see please feel free to contact me here.Thank you for watching!”

Steve Cutts

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Dark Self-Portraits

Edward Honaker and Depression.

The 21-year-old photographer was diagnosed with depression two years ago.

All I knew is that I became bad at the things I used to be good at, and I didn’t know why,” he told Huffpost.

Your mind is who you are, and when it doesn’t work properly, it’s scary.

In an attempt to raise awareness of the topic, Honaker says about the project: “Mental health disorders are such a taboo topic. If you ever bring it up in conversation, people awkwardly get silent, or try to tell you why it’s not a real problem. When I was in the worst parts of depression, the most helpful thing anyone could have done was to just listen to me – not judging, not trying to find a solution, just listen. I’m hoping that these images will help open up conversation about mental health issues. Everyone is or will be affected by them one way or another, and ignoring them doesn’t make things better.”

Images illustrates the photographer’s experience with depression and anxiety.

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13 Women Who Will Change The Way You View Body Hair And Beauty Standards

Ben Hopper, a British photographer, created his Natural Beauty photo project to show female models with armpit hair.

Hopper told BuzzFeed the series — which includes American performer Amanda Palmer — is “a type of protest by creating a contrast between common ‘fashionable’ female beauty and the raw unconventional look of female armpit hair.”

Ben Hopper is a London-based photographer, filmmaker and artist. Primarily working with dancers, circus artists and contemporary nudes.

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Visit the Ben Hopper Website