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littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
littlelimpstiff14u2:

Jim Kazanjian
Jim Kazanjian has worked professionally as a commercial CGI artist for the past 18 years in television and game production. His clients list include: Nike, Adidas, NBC, CBS, HBO, NASA, HP, Intel and others. He currently lives in Portland, Oregon. With photographs found online, Jim Kazanjian creates fantastical buildings using a famous software. “I am basically manipulating and assembling a disparate array of multiple photographs to produce a single homogenised image.” he says. Jim uses up to 50 different photographs in one image without shooting anything, it’s just recycling images.
http://www.kazanjian.net/
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amalgammaray:

Наташа Перова 
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efedra:

Amiralens Trädgård (The Admiral’s Garden), 2013 by Christine Ödlund
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Matthew Barney’s “RIVER ROUGE: Raising of Djed” (2011) via Sadie Coles HQ, London
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Matthew Barney REN : Headgasket 2008 © Matthew Barney© Courtesy Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels
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Matthew Barney
Images copyright the artist, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Matthew Barney
Images copyright the artist, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London.

Matthew Barney
Images copyright the artist, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London.
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Matthew Barney - Ambergris and Winch in Fleshing Station, 2005/2010
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iheartmyart:

Thomas Houseago,  Striding Figure II (Ghost), 2012, Bronze, 505.5 x 181.6 x 315 cm / 199 x 71 1/2 x 124 in, courtesy of Hauser & Wirth
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weissesrauschen:

Giuseppe Penone
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gvla:

Cy Twombly 
UNTITLED, JUPITER ISLAND 1992. / BAKED SYNTHETIC CLAY, 1 3/4 X 10 1/8 X 5 1/2 INCHES (4.4 X 25.7 X 14 CM).
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myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Scott Carter: The Shape of Things exhibition
at Beers Contemporary 21 Feb - 5 April, 2014
My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
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showslow:

Glitch Art From Rob Sheridan | Tumblr
showslow:

Glitch Art From Rob Sheridan | Tumblr
showslow:

Glitch Art From Rob Sheridan | Tumblr
showslow:

Glitch Art From Rob Sheridan | Tumblr
showslow:

Glitch Art From Rob Sheridan | Tumblr
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bizarreauhavre:

Tim Noble-Sue Webster