Danish artist Anja Hemmingsen’s acrylics on canvas originate in natural disasters, such as Tsunami II (above) and Tsunami I (below). Her reconstructed realities are inspired by photos, postcards and magazine and book clippings.
It’s possible to view the work of photographer Patrick Lajoie and not notice at first that it’s an image transfer onto birch panel, but upon closer look, the grain of the wood becomes visible and melds beautifully into the background.
Photographer Paul Brouns of the Netherlands calls this shot Venice of the North. He’s inspired by the rhythm, lines and color patterns of an abstract geometrical world. He nails these abstracts and his color sense is a joy.
Does this poster say bestiality to you? It did to the man who complained, called police and caused the public gallery in Oakville, Ontario to replace the poster.