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René Magritte

Apple

It’s the fruit par excellence, since Adam and Eve. The fruit of original sin, the poisoned one eaten by Snow White, the falling one which inspired Isaac Newton about [...]

Tomato

Since its introduction to the European-colonized world, during the 16th century, by the Spanish who encountered it from the contact with the Aztec during their colonization [...]

Off the Mark

The day Mark Parisi ran into Charles Schulz’ comic strip Peanuts, he immediately wanted to recreate it. Then he started to copy comic strips out of newspapers. [...]

Sucker Tom

Once again we are dealing with something that requires some experience and open-mindedness about everything that is currently around us, so obsessively, which is often pure [...]

Art History Repeating

Today a good animator or graphic designer, if he feels like it, has almost the duty to try a certain kind of animation, just to test his own degree of irony and sensitivity [...]

Dirt Series

Modernism is typically defined as the condition that begins when people realize God is truly dead, and we are therefore on our own By working in series, often in unusual [...]

Santa Classics

Ed Wheeler has researched hundreds of paintings and finds that certain compositions beckon to him for a “Santa intervention.” Often Santa replaces a main figure in a [...]

Waiting a while

Born in 1964, Eric Droussent made his first steps in photography with an argentic camera. He learned to look, to compose, view, plan, anticipate and move the settings before [...]

Dark side of Social networks

Strongly influenced by events and contemporary culture, Francesco Vullo is one of the most brilliant re-makers of famous paintings, surreal representations and ironic objects [...]

Imagine

As one of the first known photo-retoucher, Erik is also one of those who take their work very seriously, to the point of only creating 6-8 new images a year, excluding [...]