Tag Archives: Pop Surrealism

Chad VanGaalen- Chad’s Basement

. . . Chad VanGaalen is a unique artist spawned of the open plains of the Canadian prairies.   With a musical and visual flurry from the shadows of an introspective consciousness, he brings us creations that are most purely his.   … Continue reading

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Tetsuya Ishida- Resigned to His Fate

. . . . Tetsuya Ishida, a young Japanese painter, exhumed imagery from deep within, merged it with the modern industrial world, and wedded the experience into an exhibition of a solitary sadness.  His surrealistic self-portraiture induces us to pause … Continue reading

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Kevin E. Taylor- Elegant

. . . . . . Kevin E. Taylor

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Meredith Dittmar- Faaaantastic!

. . . . . . . . . . . Meredith Dittmar via Juxtapoz

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Jeff Soto- So real.

. . . . . . Jeff Soto via Juxtapoz

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Elvis Studio – What’s goin’ on?

. . . . . . Elvis Studio via BOOOOOOOM!

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Matt Dangler -“A More Fulfilling Life”

“I like to explore realism and surrealism,” Dangler states. “My ideal goal is to somehow turn people to God and meditation… for the simple fact that I know in my heart it will give them a more fulfilling life.” Matt … Continue reading

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Michael Mararian -“Inky Dreadfuls”

M. Mararian’s Inky Dreadfuls

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Ray Caesar – “The Fine Art of Low Brow”

The exultation exhibited in “Suddenly” seems to thrive in contrast to the base, political, and bourgeouis theming common to most within the Lowbrow movement. The very rebellion against the bourgeousie seems to identify the hipster attitude prevalent, and define it. … Continue reading

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