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Artist Paints While Under The Influence Of 20 Different Drugs

Step inside the mind of Brian Pollett, a graphic designer who created a gallery of psychedelic paintings that will dazzle your imagination. This artist created 20 different illustrations that are all radically different from each other but still carry his signature flare and form. Let these colorful portraits hypnotize you as you witness this artist create a truly original creative vision. It is incredible to see how vastly diverse each design and color pattern is.

Prepare to open your mind to a whole world of art unlike anything you have seen before. It will take your breath away!

More info: Brian Pollett (h/t: diply)

Butylone
There is the old saying about how art touches people’s hearts and minds, but this painting looks like they are one and the same. This artist truly put all the love in his heart into this piece. Watch a video showing how the artist created this piece here.

G.H.B.
This piece looks like Pollett tried to paint every cell in the subject — the light of inspiration bursts through the center of them. Take a look at how the artist built this work of art piece-by-piece here.

Codeine
The metallic spiral within the face seems to symbolize the world we each create within our own minds. Watch how the artist brought this piece to life here.

T.H.C.
Everything in this piece seems to be exploding with radiantly vibrant energy. Bonus points for creating a “mind’s eye” in the middle of the subject’s head. This video will show you that the closer you look at this piece, the more there is to see.

Alcohol
The artist pays tribute to one of his greatest sources of personal inspiration, the legendary Starman himself, David Bowie. Pollett not only manages to crystallize the spirit of his favorite artist, but he does it with his own vision. Shine on, Starman, you will be forever missed. Watch this painting come together before your eyes here.

Nitrous
The colorful textures here look like shimmering sound waves or digital energy. See how the artist magically illustrates this work of beauty right here.

Cocaine
The way the artist blends machine-like surfaces with an animal and ties it all together with a human face is a powerful image. Watch the amazing mosaic of visual textures come together in this video as the artist creates this piece.

Psilocybin
The artist drags you down the dark rabbit hole and into Wonderland with the imagery in this piece. I love the caterpillar resting on top of the mushroom-shaped head with the psychedelic back drop. It is impossible to take your eyes off of it! Watch this painting get a life of its own here.

4-HO-MiPT
The absolute masterful layering in this piece, with each of the faces melting onto one another, creates a trippy optical illusion. You can’t tell if they are going inwards or outwards. This piece truly embodies the philosophy that art and beauty are in the eye of the beholder. Watch this piece pop into reality here.

Alkyl Nitrites
What is breathtaking about each of these pieces is how the artist manages to give each one its own colorful tone and emotional atmosphere. Although this piece may have a darker color scheme, Pollett still manages to make it shine in his own way, which is the mark of any true artist.

DMT
Talk about thinking outside the box! The artist lets his imagination run wild in this piece. It defies traditional form and allows Pollett to push his style into uncharted territory.

Ether
This piece almost makes the subject look like a member of a post-apocalyptic steampunk rave squad that lives by their own rules and only comes out at night. See how the artist creates the magic behind the mystery here.

25i-NBOMe
Although this piece might be firmly rooted in simplicity compared to the other pieces in this series, it does reveal the beauty within simplicity and leaves room for the audience to imagine what could appear on the white backdrop.

MXE
The beauty of this piece is that it shows what one person can do when they unleash the true power and potential of their own imagination. Watch the colors in this piece soar to unimaginable heights that will leave you inspired.

MDMA
The way the artist uses a different technique within each piece is enough to make anyone want to pick up graphic design. The neon disintegration pattern here almost looks like the subject is coming apart to connect to the world around them.

Amphetamine
The crystallized vapor trails make the subject look like they are flying into the golden horizon in front of them.

Mescaline
This piece almost looks as if the artist was trying to capture a psychedelic X-ray of the subject’s soul to try to reveal their essence through art.

Ketamine
The contrast in this piece comes from outlying faces looking away from each other while they are seen kissing inside of the outline.

LSD
This collage of radiantly ravishing and wildly explosive rainbow patterns is detailed enough to mesmerize onlookers for hours. If you want your mind to get lost in an artistic labyrinth of creativity, this piece is for you.

Love
Unlike the cold blues in the landscape of #18, the subjects here look like they are in love thanks to the warm shades of red around them. The landscape in this piece makes that kiss look transcendent with the clouds beneath both of their faces.


DYT. Design is all around us.

Artist Paints While Under The Influence Of 20 Different Drugs

Step inside the mind of Brian Pollett, a graphic designer who created a gallery of psychedelic paintings that will dazzle your imagination. This artist created 20 different illustrations that are all radically different from each other but still carry his signature flare and form. Let these colorful portraits hypnotize you as you witness this artist create a truly original creative vision. It is incredible to see how vastly diverse each design and color pattern is.

Prepare to open your mind to a whole world of art unlike anything you have seen before. It will take your breath away!

More info: Brian Pollett (h/t: diply)

Butylone
There is the old saying about how art touches people’s hearts and minds, but this painting looks like they are one and the same. This artist truly put all the love in his heart into this piece. Watch a video showing how the artist created this piece here.

G.H.B.
This piece looks like Pollett tried to paint every cell in the subject — the light of inspiration bursts through the center of them. Take a look at how the artist built this work of art piece-by-piece here.

Codeine
The metallic spiral within the face seems to symbolize the world we each create within our own minds. Watch how the artist brought this piece to life here.

T.H.C.
Everything in this piece seems to be exploding with radiantly vibrant energy. Bonus points for creating a “mind’s eye” in the middle of the subject’s head. This video will show you that the closer you look at this piece, the more there is to see.

Alcohol
The artist pays tribute to one of his greatest sources of personal inspiration, the legendary Starman himself, David Bowie. Pollett not only manages to crystallize the spirit of his favorite artist, but he does it with his own vision. Shine on, Starman, you will be forever missed. Watch this painting come together before your eyes here.

Nitrous
The colorful textures here look like shimmering sound waves or digital energy. See how the artist magically illustrates this work of beauty right here.

Cocaine
The way the artist blends machine-like surfaces with an animal and ties it all together with a human face is a powerful image. Watch the amazing mosaic of visual textures come together in this video as the artist creates this piece.

Psilocybin
The artist drags you down the dark rabbit hole and into Wonderland with the imagery in this piece. I love the caterpillar resting on top of the mushroom-shaped head with the psychedelic back drop. It is impossible to take your eyes off of it! Watch this painting get a life of its own here.

4-HO-MiPT
The absolute masterful layering in this piece, with each of the faces melting onto one another, creates a trippy optical illusion. You can’t tell if they are going inwards or outwards. This piece truly embodies the philosophy that art and beauty are in the eye of the beholder. Watch this piece pop into reality here.

Alkyl Nitrites
What is breathtaking about each of these pieces is how the artist manages to give each one its own colorful tone and emotional atmosphere. Although this piece may have a darker color scheme, Pollett still manages to make it shine in his own way, which is the mark of any true artist.

DMT
Talk about thinking outside the box! The artist lets his imagination run wild in this piece. It defies traditional form and allows Pollett to push his style into uncharted territory.

Ether
This piece almost makes the subject look like a member of a post-apocalyptic steampunk rave squad that lives by their own rules and only comes out at night. See how the artist creates the magic behind the mystery here.

25i-NBOMe
Although this piece might be firmly rooted in simplicity compared to the other pieces in this series, it does reveal the beauty within simplicity and leaves room for the audience to imagine what could appear on the white backdrop.

MXE
The beauty of this piece is that it shows what one person can do when they unleash the true power and potential of their own imagination. Watch the colors in this piece soar to unimaginable heights that will leave you inspired.

MDMA
The way the artist uses a different technique within each piece is enough to make anyone want to pick up graphic design. The neon disintegration pattern here almost looks like the subject is coming apart to connect to the world around them.

Amphetamine
The crystallized vapor trails make the subject look like they are flying into the golden horizon in front of them.

Mescaline
This piece almost looks as if the artist was trying to capture a psychedelic X-ray of the subject’s soul to try to reveal their essence through art.

Ketamine
The contrast in this piece comes from outlying faces looking away from each other while they are seen kissing inside of the outline.

LSD
This collage of radiantly ravishing and wildly explosive rainbow patterns is detailed enough to mesmerize onlookers for hours. If you want your mind to get lost in an artistic labyrinth of creativity, this piece is for you.

Love
Unlike the cold blues in the landscape of #18, the subjects here look like they are in love thanks to the warm shades of red around them. The landscape in this piece makes that kiss look transcendent with the clouds beneath both of their faces.


DYT. Design is all around us.

Artist Paints While Under The Influence Of 20 Different Drugs

Step inside the mind of Brian Pollett, a graphic designer who created a gallery of psychedelic paintings that will dazzle your imagination. This artist created 20 different illustrations that are all radically different from each other but still carry his signature flare and form. Let these colorful portraits hypnotize you as you witness this artist create a truly original creative vision. It is incredible to see how vastly diverse each design and color pattern is.

Prepare to open your mind to a whole world of art unlike anything you have seen before. It will take your breath away!

More info: Brian Pollett (h/t: diply)

Butylone
There is the old saying about how art touches people’s hearts and minds, but this painting looks like they are one and the same. This artist truly put all the love in his heart into this piece. Watch a video showing how the artist created this piece here.

G.H.B.
This piece looks like Pollett tried to paint every cell in the subject — the light of inspiration bursts through the center of them. Take a look at how the artist built this work of art piece-by-piece here.

Codeine
The metallic spiral within the face seems to symbolize the world we each create within our own minds. Watch how the artist brought this piece to life here.

T.H.C.
Everything in this piece seems to be exploding with radiantly vibrant energy. Bonus points for creating a “mind’s eye” in the middle of the subject’s head. This video will show you that the closer you look at this piece, the more there is to see.

Alcohol
The artist pays tribute to one of his greatest sources of personal inspiration, the legendary Starman himself, David Bowie. Pollett not only manages to crystallize the spirit of his favorite artist, but he does it with his own vision. Shine on, Starman, you will be forever missed. Watch this painting come together before your eyes here.

Nitrous
The colorful textures here look like shimmering sound waves or digital energy. See how the artist magically illustrates this work of beauty right here.

Cocaine
The way the artist blends machine-like surfaces with an animal and ties it all together with a human face is a powerful image. Watch the amazing mosaic of visual textures come together in this video as the artist creates this piece.

Psilocybin
The artist drags you down the dark rabbit hole and into Wonderland with the imagery in this piece. I love the caterpillar resting on top of the mushroom-shaped head with the psychedelic back drop. It is impossible to take your eyes off of it! Watch this painting get a life of its own here.

4-HO-MiPT
The absolute masterful layering in this piece, with each of the faces melting onto one another, creates a trippy optical illusion. You can’t tell if they are going inwards or outwards. This piece truly embodies the philosophy that art and beauty are in the eye of the beholder. Watch this piece pop into reality here.

Alkyl Nitrites
What is breathtaking about each of these pieces is how the artist manages to give each one its own colorful tone and emotional atmosphere. Although this piece may have a darker color scheme, Pollett still manages to make it shine in his own way, which is the mark of any true artist.

DMT
Talk about thinking outside the box! The artist lets his imagination run wild in this piece. It defies traditional form and allows Pollett to push his style into uncharted territory.

Ether
This piece almost makes the subject look like a member of a post-apocalyptic steampunk rave squad that lives by their own rules and only comes out at night. See how the artist creates the magic behind the mystery here.

25i-NBOMe
Although this piece might be firmly rooted in simplicity compared to the other pieces in this series, it does reveal the beauty within simplicity and leaves room for the audience to imagine what could appear on the white backdrop.

MXE
The beauty of this piece is that it shows what one person can do when they unleash the true power and potential of their own imagination. Watch the colors in this piece soar to unimaginable heights that will leave you inspired.

MDMA
The way the artist uses a different technique within each piece is enough to make anyone want to pick up graphic design. The neon disintegration pattern here almost looks like the subject is coming apart to connect to the world around them.

Amphetamine
The crystallized vapor trails make the subject look like they are flying into the golden horizon in front of them.

Mescaline
This piece almost looks as if the artist was trying to capture a psychedelic X-ray of the subject’s soul to try to reveal their essence through art.

Ketamine
The contrast in this piece comes from outlying faces looking away from each other while they are seen kissing inside of the outline.

LSD
This collage of radiantly ravishing and wildly explosive rainbow patterns is detailed enough to mesmerize onlookers for hours. If you want your mind to get lost in an artistic labyrinth of creativity, this piece is for you.

Love
Unlike the cold blues in the landscape of #18, the subjects here look like they are in love thanks to the warm shades of red around them. The landscape in this piece makes that kiss look transcendent with the clouds beneath both of their faces.


DYT. Design is all around us.

Artist Paints While Under The Influence Of 20 Different Drugs

Step inside the mind of Brian Pollett, a graphic designer who created a gallery of psychedelic paintings that will dazzle your imagination. This artist created 20 different illustrations that are all radically different from each other but still carry his signature flare and form. Let these colorful portraits hypnotize you as you witness this artist create a truly original creative vision. It is incredible to see how vastly diverse each design and color pattern is.

Prepare to open your mind to a whole world of art unlike anything you have seen before. It will take your breath away!

More info: Brian Pollett (h/t: diply)

Butylone
There is the old saying about how art touches people’s hearts and minds, but this painting looks like they are one and the same. This artist truly put all the love in his heart into this piece. Watch a video showing how the artist created this piece here.

G.H.B.
This piece looks like Pollett tried to paint every cell in the subject — the light of inspiration bursts through the center of them. Take a look at how the artist built this work of art piece-by-piece here.

Codeine
The metallic spiral within the face seems to symbolize the world we each create within our own minds. Watch how the artist brought this piece to life here.

T.H.C.
Everything in this piece seems to be exploding with radiantly vibrant energy. Bonus points for creating a “mind’s eye” in the middle of the subject’s head. This video will show you that the closer you look at this piece, the more there is to see.

Alcohol
The artist pays tribute to one of his greatest sources of personal inspiration, the legendary Starman himself, David Bowie. Pollett not only manages to crystallize the spirit of his favorite artist, but he does it with his own vision. Shine on, Starman, you will be forever missed. Watch this painting come together before your eyes here.

Nitrous
The colorful textures here look like shimmering sound waves or digital energy. See how the artist magically illustrates this work of beauty right here.

Cocaine
The way the artist blends machine-like surfaces with an animal and ties it all together with a human face is a powerful image. Watch the amazing mosaic of visual textures come together in this video as the artist creates this piece.

Psilocybin
The artist drags you down the dark rabbit hole and into Wonderland with the imagery in this piece. I love the caterpillar resting on top of the mushroom-shaped head with the psychedelic back drop. It is impossible to take your eyes off of it! Watch this painting get a life of its own here.

4-HO-MiPT
The absolute masterful layering in this piece, with each of the faces melting onto one another, creates a trippy optical illusion. You can’t tell if they are going inwards or outwards. This piece truly embodies the philosophy that art and beauty are in the eye of the beholder. Watch this piece pop into reality here.

Alkyl Nitrites
What is breathtaking about each of these pieces is how the artist manages to give each one its own colorful tone and emotional atmosphere. Although this piece may have a darker color scheme, Pollett still manages to make it shine in his own way, which is the mark of any true artist.

DMT
Talk about thinking outside the box! The artist lets his imagination run wild in this piece. It defies traditional form and allows Pollett to push his style into uncharted territory.

Ether
This piece almost makes the subject look like a member of a post-apocalyptic steampunk rave squad that lives by their own rules and only comes out at night. See how the artist creates the magic behind the mystery here.

25i-NBOMe
Although this piece might be firmly rooted in simplicity compared to the other pieces in this series, it does reveal the beauty within simplicity and leaves room for the audience to imagine what could appear on the white backdrop.

MXE
The beauty of this piece is that it shows what one person can do when they unleash the true power and potential of their own imagination. Watch the colors in this piece soar to unimaginable heights that will leave you inspired.

MDMA
The way the artist uses a different technique within each piece is enough to make anyone want to pick up graphic design. The neon disintegration pattern here almost looks like the subject is coming apart to connect to the world around them.

Amphetamine
The crystallized vapor trails make the subject look like they are flying into the golden horizon in front of them.

Mescaline
This piece almost looks as if the artist was trying to capture a psychedelic X-ray of the subject’s soul to try to reveal their essence through art.

Ketamine
The contrast in this piece comes from outlying faces looking away from each other while they are seen kissing inside of the outline.

LSD
This collage of radiantly ravishing and wildly explosive rainbow patterns is detailed enough to mesmerize onlookers for hours. If you want your mind to get lost in an artistic labyrinth of creativity, this piece is for you.

Love
Unlike the cold blues in the landscape of #18, the subjects here look like they are in love thanks to the warm shades of red around them. The landscape in this piece makes that kiss look transcendent with the clouds beneath both of their faces.


DYT. Design is all around us.

This Saudi Artist Transforms Western Celebrities Into Khaleejis

Ben Affleck

Over the past couple of years, Saudi Photoshop master Al-Harithy has been creating photoshopped images of Western celebrities dressed up as citizens of the Arab gulf. In his pictures, male celebrities wear the traditional Khaleeji loose white garment that is similar to a robe (thawb) and a headdress (ghutra). Meanwhile, females don a ‘abaya and a headscarf.

More info: Instagram (h/t: stepfeed)

Rami Malek (Mr. Robot)

In an interview with Al-Arabiya, Al-Harithy said that “one picture can take up to two hours of consistent focusing to get the desired character.”

Dr. Dre

Leonardo DiCaprio

Kevin Spacey

Pablo Escobar

DJ Khaled

Rihanna

Jon Snow (Game of Thrones)

Jimmy Fallon

Steve Buscemi as Enoch “Nucky” Thompson (Boardwalk Empire)

Bradley Cooper

Forest Whitaker

Rick Ross

Matthew McConaughey

Miley Cyrus

Justin Timberlake

Mike Tyson

Will Smith

Chris Tucker

Mark Wahlberg and Ted

Cristiano Ronaldo

Al Pacino

Morgan Freeman

Oprah

George Clooney

Beyonce

Barack Obama


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Street Artist Martin Whatson Incorporates Grayscale Characters Into His Colorful Murals

Martin Whatson is a Norwegian born and based stencil artist. Martin has a continuous urge to search for beauty in what is commonly dismissed as ugly, out of style or simply left behind. He looks for inspirations in people, city landscapes, old buildings, graffiti, posters and decaying walls. This interest for decay has helped develop his style, motives and composition and he enjoys creating either unity or conflict between materials, backgrounds, motives and human intervention.

More info: Martin Whatson, Facebook, Instagram (h/t: twistedsifter)

His artistic expression started more political, but has developed into a more subtle expression blending graffiti, stencil art and decay together. Inspired by artist like Jose Parlá and Cy Twombly. His abstract graffiti and stencils are a mix of urban scenes showing the development of a walls lifetime. He use grey tones as a basis but add’s vibrant colours to break the monochrome concrete expression and bring a splash of life to his motives.





















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Street Artist Martin Whatson Incorporates Grayscale Characters Into His Colorful Murals

Martin Whatson is a Norwegian born and based stencil artist. Martin has a continuous urge to search for beauty in what is commonly dismissed as ugly, out of style or simply left behind. He looks for inspirations in people, city landscapes, old buildings, graffiti, posters and decaying walls. This interest for decay has helped develop his style, motives and composition and he enjoys creating either unity or conflict between materials, backgrounds, motives and human intervention.

More info: Martin Whatson, Facebook, Instagram (h/t: twistedsifter)

His artistic expression started more political, but has developed into a more subtle expression blending graffiti, stencil art and decay together. Inspired by artist like Jose Parlá and Cy Twombly. His abstract graffiti and stencils are a mix of urban scenes showing the development of a walls lifetime. He use grey tones as a basis but add’s vibrant colours to break the monochrome concrete expression and bring a splash of life to his motives.





















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Artist Ted Chin Creates Stunning Dreamlike And Surreal Photo Manipulations

Ted Chin is a talented photographer, digital artist and filmmaker currently based in San Francisco, California. Ted received his BA in Computer Art from the State University of New York College at Oneonta and Master’s Degree in Animation from The Art Institute of California-San Francisco. He creates mesmerizing composites that seem to stem from another world where everything is possible.

More info: Ted Chin, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: photogrist)

“For various reasons, I have been unable to travel as much as I would like. I’ve always dreamed about visiting different places. To see and experience new things. To tell a story of what I’ve encountered. I’m not a great writer, so I create images instead,” he says.

























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Artist Ted Chin Creates Stunning Dreamlike And Surreal Photo Manipulations

Ted Chin is a talented photographer, digital artist and filmmaker currently based in San Francisco, California. Ted received his BA in Computer Art from the State University of New York College at Oneonta and Master’s Degree in Animation from The Art Institute of California-San Francisco. He creates mesmerizing composites that seem to stem from another world where everything is possible.

More info: Ted Chin, Instagram, Facebook (h/t: photogrist)

“For various reasons, I have been unable to travel as much as I would like. I’ve always dreamed about visiting different places. To see and experience new things. To tell a story of what I’ve encountered. I’m not a great writer, so I create images instead,” he says.

























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Artist Joshua Smith Creates Detailed And Miniaturized Buildings

Immensely detailed, phenomenally imagined and compellingly designed sculptures of urban buildings by artist Joshua Smith. Most of the pieces are inspired by the famed Kowloon City and feature posters, trash, leaves and everything else down to the last detail.

More info: Joshua Smith (h/t: supersonicart)

“My goal is to fool the viewer” says Joshua. “If I photograph it in sunlight, I want them to think its real.”
















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Artist Francesco Sambo Combines Humans With Beasts In Surreal Photo Collages

Italian artist Francesco Sambo’s Bestiary is a collection of digitally manipulated pictures where he swaps his head for that of different animals. The resulting beasts can be sometimes creepy, sometimes cute, but always interesting to look at.

More info: Francesco Sambo, Behance, Facebook




















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Artist Francesco Sambo Combines Humans With Beasts In Surreal Photo Collages

Italian artist Francesco Sambo’s Bestiary is a collection of digitally manipulated pictures where he swaps his head for that of different animals. The resulting beasts can be sometimes creepy, sometimes cute, but always interesting to look at.

More info: Francesco Sambo, Behance, Facebook




















Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Artist Francesco Sambo Combines Humans With Beasts In Surreal Photo Collages

Italian artist Francesco Sambo’s Bestiary is a collection of digitally manipulated pictures where he swaps his head for that of different animals. The resulting beasts can be sometimes creepy, sometimes cute, but always interesting to look at.

More info: Francesco Sambo, Behance, Facebook




















Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

Artist Francesco Sambo Combines Humans With Beasts In Surreal Photo Collages

Italian artist Francesco Sambo’s Bestiary is a collection of digitally manipulated pictures where he swaps his head for that of different animals. The resulting beasts can be sometimes creepy, sometimes cute, but always interesting to look at.

More info: Francesco Sambo, Behance, Facebook




















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The Artist Who Put Kellyanne Conway In An Andrew Wyeth Painting

Illustrator and portrait painter Tim O’Brien has a knack for pop culture, often infusing it into artistic visions that simultaneously reveal its strangeness and familiarity. This week, he was inspired by the now infamous image of Kellyanne Conway casually sitting on an Oval Office couch during a February 27 meeting of leaders of historically black colleges. What he decided to do was create one of the best contributions to a viral meme. Above: Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World” (1948), from the Museum of Modern Art’s collection.

More info: Hyperallergic (h/t: twitter)


AFP News

The Brooklyn-based artist inserted Conway into Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World” (1948), one of the most popular US paintings of the mid-20th century.


Tim O’Brien’s inserts Kellyanne Conway and the White House into Andrew Wyeth’s well-known “Christina’s World” (1948) (image courtesy the artist)


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The Artist Who Put Kellyanne Conway In An Andrew Wyeth Painting

Illustrator and portrait painter Tim O’Brien has a knack for pop culture, often infusing it into artistic visions that simultaneously reveal its strangeness and familiarity. This week, he was inspired by the now infamous image of Kellyanne Conway casually sitting on an Oval Office couch during a February 27 meeting of leaders of historically black colleges. What he decided to do was create one of the best contributions to a viral meme. Above: Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World” (1948), from the Museum of Modern Art’s collection.

More info: Hyperallergic (h/t: twitter)


AFP News

The Brooklyn-based artist inserted Conway into Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World” (1948), one of the most popular US paintings of the mid-20th century.


Tim O’Brien’s inserts Kellyanne Conway and the White House into Andrew Wyeth’s well-known “Christina’s World” (1948) (image courtesy the artist)


Design You Trust. Design, Culture & Society.

The Artist Who Put Kellyanne Conway In An Andrew Wyeth Painting

Illustrator and portrait painter Tim O’Brien has a knack for pop culture, often infusing it into artistic visions that simultaneously reveal its strangeness and familiarity. This week, he was inspired by the now infamous image of Kellyanne Conway casually sitting on an Oval Office couch during a February 27 meeting of leaders of historically black colleges. What he decided to do was create one of the best contributions to a viral meme. Above: Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World” (1948), from the Museum of Modern Art’s collection.

More info: Hyperallergic (h/t: twitter)


AFP News

The Brooklyn-based artist inserted Conway into Andrew Wyeth’s “Christina’s World” (1948), one of the most popular US paintings of the mid-20th century.


Tim O’Brien’s inserts Kellyanne Conway and the White House into Andrew Wyeth’s well-known “Christina’s World” (1948) (image courtesy the artist)


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Artist Sanesparza Creates Funny Comics That Explain How To Do Things

Every human being should have an idea for to do homework or to be romantic etc. Well, after going through this list you will have knowledge of all these things. Sanesparza is a comic artist who explains how things are done in a fun, cute and an overall entertaining way. These series of comics named as ‘how-to’ that will teach you how you do things with a hilarious twist.

More info: Instagram

Tag your allnighter friend!!

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When your taste in music is too good

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Amazon <3

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Larry the alien

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What is art?

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@pewdiepie

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Don't worry you're not the only one…

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:'v

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Or maybe nobody likes you :v

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When the flow is too strong

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D:

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Artist Sanesparza Creates Funny Comics That Explain How To Do Things

Every human being should have an idea for to do homework or to be romantic etc. Well, after going through this list you will have knowledge of all these things. Sanesparza is a comic artist who explains how things are done in a fun, cute and an overall entertaining way. These series of comics named as ‘how-to’ that will teach you how you do things with a hilarious twist.

More info: Instagram

Tag your allnighter friend!!

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When your taste in music is too good

A post shared by Sanesparza (@sanesparza) on

Amazon <3

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Larry the alien

A post shared by Sanesparza (@sanesparza) on

What is art?

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@pewdiepie

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Don't worry you're not the only one…

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:'v

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Or maybe nobody likes you :v

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When the flow is too strong

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D:

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