Genie of the Gulag, Baby

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Naoki Sasayama.

These paintings by Naoki Sasayama recount, in stark realism (almost surrealism), gruesome destruction and deaths.  I’ve chosen the least horrific for this post whereas the bodies wrapped around tires and rotting children can be seen on his gallery page.  Despite the subject matter, Sasayama’s work is dealing with the facets of life and includes allusions to social and cultural ideas.  His technical ability and craving for the complex are also in the upper echelons making for a secure position of someone doing something no one else is doing.  See more work below:

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Manatees by Mauricio Handler

For larr

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The Following by nhurto on Flickr.

Cannonball jellies oh how i miss theee

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The Following by nhurto on Flickr.

Cannonball jellies oh how i miss theee

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Luminescent Jellyfish by Giorgia_Sharm

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Luminescent Jellyfish by Giorgia_Sharm

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Jonny Burt.
Mixed media works by Jonny Burt:
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Jonny Burt.

Mixed media works by Jonny Burt:

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Fried Egg of the deep by Goingnudi on Flickr.

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Fried Egg of the deep by Goingnudi on Flickr.

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Life and Death by Gustav Klimt

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Life and Death by Gustav Klimt

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Philippe Constantinesco.

Recent work by Philippe Constantinesco:

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Nathalie Vogel.

Paintings by Nathalie Vogel:

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Ophelia

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