Je suis lesbien declares the artist. His legs are encased in black stockings, secured to a suspender belt; his waist is constricted by a tight corset. On his head he wears a veil and a black mask. His fingers press a switch, a shutter clicks and Pierre Molinier, the forgotten Surrealist, is caught on camera forever.
An incestual necrophiliac, his work
specialised in Fetish photomontage.
by Jean-Luc Mercié. (NSFW
posted by adamvasco
on Mar 27, 2010 -
Cut & Paste
- International exhibition of contemporary collage and assemblage is showing in Stockholm, Sweden (and also, on the interwebs). See it in person now through October 10.
posted by grapefruitmoon
on Sep 29, 2009 -
Artist John Heartfield
was one of those who recognized the threat of Nazism early on. Remarkably, he created his anti-fascist art
inside Germany, until 1933 when Hitler came to power. He continued to pointedly satirize the Reich (and those who made it possible, as his bitter image of the League of Nations illustrates) from exile in Czechoslovakia. The nature of his work makes it very clear that Hitler's goals and intentions were obvious well before the war. (via
posted by CheeseDigestsAll
on May 10, 2009 -
- photographer Bobby Neele Adams fuses two photos of the same person from different points in their life, with an unsettling effect
. He uses the same technique for couples
, a unique portrait idea for you all you coupled Mefites. (nsfw, bare breasts) His Broken Wings
series is also worth noting.
posted by madamjujujive
on Feb 2, 2004 -
from the National Gallery of Art. Click images to add; drag into place; click the green tab to bring an element forward, click red to send it backward; use the controls at the bottom to resize, flip, rotate and fade elements; see if you can ever, ever stop.
posted by taz
on Nov 21, 2003 -