Inflorescence is a project by Copenhagen-based artist duo PUTPUT. These two artists have a way of giving new meaning to common objects, whether it be small sponges, all sorts of everyday brushes, or various kinds of containers. Their re-contextualizations of everyday products are humorous, incredibly witty, and perfectly realized.

“[Inflorescence is a] Photographic series of plants in a constructed and artificial state of bloom, documenting a meeting between the fictional and the real. A new species or hybrid emerges which attempts to create a visual diversion and investigates the recognizability of common objects in a new and unexpected context. The ‘Inflorescence’ series represents a contemporary take on still life both in terms of subject matter and composition.”

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Using the RGB Tricolor separation process Adam Ferris turns his photography of rocky seashores into crashing surreally colored waves. These are part of his series Tartan Ribbon, have a look at the rest of his portfolio for some more amazing pixel bending.

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Marion Balac has a portfolio full of strange and more or less abstract drawings, always creating intricate mini-worlds. These drawings are of the more abstract kind, and are  part of the book c/o published by French Fourch.

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Alison Scarpulla is a familiar name on the blog (she’s been featured here a couple times already), and her continuously amazing photographic explorations signal her name will come up again in the future.

This cloud series is particularly sublime, and somehow flows with the rest of Alison’s darkened and mysterious works, while widening the gaze into post-apocalyptic dreamscapes.

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Alfred Boman’s abstract pieces have an exceptionally stunning and seemingly experimental aesthetic – which comes in contrast with some of the controlled and precise geometrical shapes layered over these abstractions. It’s a striking and beautiful balance, full of vibrant colors and textures.

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