Photo series Microaggressions features twenty-two portraits of subtle racism. View the full gallery on Flavorwire.
Paul Fryer. The Dreamer (Silent, Weightless) 2012 (wax, human hair, white paint, oil paint, cotton gown, epoxy resin, fibreglass, ceramic, glass, wood, veneers)
Paintings by Marco Battaglini + Renaissance paintings that have been recontextualized by combining them with graffiti-covered backdrops, tattoos, and branded clothing giving the works a modern twist.
After all she’s Gottfried’s off spring.
Plastic Jesus, he’s here to save us!
Somehow, the Los Angeles-based artist manufactures these amazing intricate sculptures, such as a giant $100 bill in a pile of faux-caine, next to a massive “American Excess” credit card, or a giant spilled can of Mountain Dew cordoned off as if it were toxic waste.