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"Everyone is a lesson."
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Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
Hinke Schreuders Beautiful Textile Art
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Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
Akino Kondoh Illustrations
Mysterious girl in the magical world drawn by the Japanese artist Akino Kondoh.
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Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
Rodney Smith
Photographer Rodney Smith opens up about finding your unique voice and discusses how thoughtfully composed photos can resonate with the human heartbeat.
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CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
asylum-art:

CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
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CHEN XIAOYUN  Sculpture  Twenty-one Poems of Lenin, 2014 ShanghART Gallery, 香格纳画廊 Shanghai
With sculpture as its main line, the exhibition unfolds from a virtual proposition, Twenty-one Poems of Lenin. Twenty-one Poems originates from a non-ideological tale, in the end of which, a shepherd speaks to a cuboid: “I have made up my mind to be a silent object.”Works presented here follow Chen Xiaoyun’s poetic narrative style, and extend from the most basic geometrical shapes to a strongly correlated metaphysical site, a mini animistic fairy tale, a portable utopian illusion. Meanwhile, in addition to his usual practice of photography and painting, Chen Xiaoyun adds sculpture to the exhibition, enhancing the depth of the theme and engendering a ritual sense. Chen Xiaoyun was born in 1971 in Hubei province. Now works and lives in Beijin.
1. 2. 3. The Absurd of Reality Is That You Are Becoming a Part of the World You Disgust, and You Are Unable to Talk About Beauty Without TaboosSculptureBronze, marble
4. Take One Step with Left Leg, Get Closer to the Gift Left by DeathSculptureBronze, marble
5..The Thorny Road of Food DigestionSculpture Bronze
6. A Scientist Gently Picks up Elements Representing Five Faiths, and Eulogize the Unsuccessful ExperimentSculpture Brass, marble
7.8. Super Form Monument No. OneSculpture Bronze, marble
9. The Most Inconsequential Vagueness Under Two Kinds of Pressing RealitiesSculpture Bronze, steel rail
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John Stezaker Art
John Stezaker Art
John Stezaker Art
John Stezaker Art
John Stezaker Art
John Stezaker Art
John Stezaker Art
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Guillaume Kurkdjian
Guillaume Kurkdjian
Guillaume Kurkdjian
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asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
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Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.
asylum-art:

Monstrous Animated GIFs Give Classic Creatures a Noir Look by MVHV
Halloween is looming large which means it’s the perfect time to get spooked by these high-def stereoscopic GIFs from Brooklyn-based The Saline Project—Jesse Roff, Liam Kirtley, Adam Toht, and Ben Toht. The collective have previously made videos for Modest Mouse, The Cure, and The Roots, but decided to turn their hand to making a GIF series called Monsters, Villains, Heroes and Victims (MVHV) featuring icons like Wolfman, the grey alien, and the Loch Ness Monster.
To create the series, they first photographed the models in costume, cut apart and dimensionalized the photos on the computer, and designed an environment in virtual space using both 3D and photographic elements. Then they animated them with a virtual camera and redering the final GIFs. The result is high quality, slick-looking 3D GIFs that doth their cap to the film noir aesthetic.