Incongruous elements /Dean Monogenis

Through my work I explore situational relationships of otherwise incongruous elements. - Dean Monogenis
Work on Paper - Dean Monogenis (New York)

Paintings - Dean Monogenis (New York)

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Taxidermy Chic: Polly Morgan


Forget pickled sharks and golden calves. The compelling work of artist-cum-taxidermist Polly Morgan involves bell jars instead of tanks of formaldehyde, songbirds instead of sharks, white rats curled in champagne flutes and baby bird heads protruding from Bakelite telephone receivers. It’s simultaneously the daintiest and most haunting taxidermy you’ll ever encounter, bought by the likes of Kate Moss and Courtney Love. Her materials are unpalatable in the extreme: rodents, wild animals, roadkill. The most remarkable aspect of her work is the transformation of these carcasses into art, replete with dark humour and a shocking capacity for life

Wonderland by Kirsty Mitchell


Kirsty Mitchell is a former fashion designer who worked under both Alexander McQueen and Hussein Chalayan as a student. However, she found her ultimate calling in photography. Her imaginative series 'Wonderland' takes you to alternate worlds where umbrellas drip with lavenders, backs sprout wings and limbs get lost in tree branches

Natural Art Installations

Natural Art Installations by artists Patrick Dougherty, Jaakko Pernu and Jenni Tieaho.

Madame Peripetie /Champion maneuvers

Madame Peripetie
Champion maneuvers
#17 - April 2012 


Reconfigured Sheet Music Collages

Reconfigured Sheet Music Collages by Erika Iris

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Gravity-Defying Land Art

Gravity-Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads