Wolf in Greens by granPOParazzi — Buried and Baffled

Night, by Ayshad Hemzeyev.
happy birthday Zooey Deschanel!

Me as a parent




"And put your fucking iPhones down for God’s fucking sake. Like, Jesus, that is causing terrible things for art because people aren’t becoming attached to experiences, they’re becoming attached to digital memories, imprinted on their phones, which is weakening the link, culturally, in your mind, to art. That’s crazy.
I was in Perth and I saw, it was amazing, as I went to start a song it was like a dance, everyone in unison, lifting up these weird digital squares and separating me from them. There’s already enough in between us, there’s a stage and a bunch of amplifications and that’s enough. That’s all I need to get my point across. Anything else is excess. You’re missing something if you’re putting in another barrier between the art and the audience. So, I just said, “put ‘em down guys, I’m right here. Let’s be. Let’s do this. Like, right now. You’re not even going to watch it anyway, you’re probably just going to show your mates and it’s going to sound shit, so… fuck, leave it.”

So much truth in this I can’t help but reblog

Thankyou, finally

definitely should try and follow this more. I use my phone way too much


"Your Majesty  | Randy Grskovic
I recently was included in a publication about fractured photography. You can read the issue online here. 
Q and A with Emma Sheridan: 

Can you describe the time when you first realised that creating was something you had to do?

I started very young, like most children I had to use my imagination to create things. I started drawing and was encouraged. Since I was introverted, I had a lot of time alone to hone my practice. Once I started school I was encouraged because I had been already practicing at home alone. I didn’t play any sports so I became marginalized as the kid who was good at drawing. I think it really all came from there. As I continued down this path it just became part of my life. By age 9 that is how I was known, as an artist. 

What art do you most identify with?

I identify with Pop Art the most. We are all inundated with advertising everyday and I think it is important to battle against it. I think through pop art we can subvert advertising in all forms and take the power away from it.
You use old photographs as a medium in which to distort, how did this come about?
Photographs are documents, I look at them like advertising in a way. They are proof that something happened, but what is proof? Photographs sell the idealism of the past. It’s always framed and it’s never a whole picture, just an interpretation. I used to find old photographs to draw from but I decided to cut out the middle man and stopped drawing. I cut them up to distort them now. 

Are you a fan of any other contemporary artists who use photography/photographs as the basis of their art?

John Balldessari uses old photographs and film stills in his work, I think he’s a big influence of mine. 

What are you trying to communicate with your art?

I want people to reinvestigate the images they see every day. I want them to be critical of noise they have to deal with. Most people say they are not affected by images. This is the biggest lie that advertisers what you to believe. 

What is your creative process like?

It’s pretty intuitive, I find images I’m drawn to and then I make problem solving decisions based on the images. I ask myself why after. 

Is there anyone you would like to collaborate with?


What are you plans for the coming year?

I just moved across the country from Vancouver to Toronto (Canada) I’m hoping to expand my perspective of the world.

As an artist how would you define success?


Thor’s Hammer with Tree (by David M Hogan)

my baby always