Martine Johanna does gorgeous, highly detailed, melancholy, sometimes eerie, vividly surreal drawings and paintings. See lots, lots more below.
Iron Maiden by Anja Millen
Morning Message by Katerina Belkina
Sinwood Saints by Katja Faith
Sans Fin III by Isabelle Royet-Journoud
Tags: "ethereal woodland maiden" look, anatomical-themed, animal skulls, anja millen, art nudes, black and white, ghosts, hair, hauntingly beautiful, illustrations, katja faith, photorealism, self-portraits, skeleton, tintypes
I love photographer Mary Kuzmenkova’s flower headdress series, unnaturally-enlarged-doe-eyed portraits that are playful, sad, and moving, by turns. Below are some more examples of her work – I especially love the tenderness that she captures in her subjects, and I feel as if her work represents the zeitgeist of our age in some way, at least some part of it – a nameless, languid yearning.
Pandora by Tom Bagshaw
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