One of my favorite handles to follow on twitter (next to, of course, @AwardsDarwin and @TVNetworkNotes) is @41Strange which highlights an amazing array of unique artwork ranging from the awe-inspiring to the delightfully bizarre, introducing followers to an eclectic mix of artists and art styles.

Here are just a few of the recent postings that caught my eye.  Click on the links for more information on the individual artists…

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

The Dark Artworks of Russian Artist Stray Child.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Polish contemporary painter Daniel Pielucha.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Artwork by Chinese illustrator Yang Xueguo.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Artwork of Russian artist Alex Andreev.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Artwork of Dutch artist Levi van Veluw.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Tiny worlds inside toilet paper rolls by French artist Antassia Elias.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

The works of British sculptor Laura Ford.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Jolly Green Giant sculpture by Korean artist Dongwook Lee.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

The works of contemporary American painter Aron Wiesenfeld.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Artwork of Japanese painter Masaaki Sasamoto.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Oil paintings by Beijing-based artist DU Kun.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

Artwork by illustrator Daniel Danger.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

The Robot Paintings of illustrator Brian Despain.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

The “Moss People” sculptures by Finnish sculptor Kim Simonsson.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

The paintings of Polish artist Tomasz Alen Kopera.

June 14, 2018: Discover Your New Favorite Artist!

The foam-made cloud-like works of Japanese artist Kohei Nawa.

17 thoughts on “June 14, 2018: Discover your new favorite artist!

  1. The dog is in the cone of shame. She got fixed. I don’t know when she can get it off. I tried to get her a break and take it off for a while, but she immediately tried to get it back on until the youngest helped her. And then she went straight to trying to scratch her neck which she couldn’t reach because of the cone.

  2. Wonderful!

    Sorry about the cone DP.

    We are leaving tomorrow for the cruise ship in NOLA. I’ve never been on a cruise, out of the states or in NOLA. A lot of firsts coming up….

  3. I just finished the book “The Defiant” by Lesley Livingston. It was about a young woman during the early Roman period who came from an established family, but was sold into slavery as a female gladiator. I am familiar with the cover art of sexy ill clothed women to attract a readership. But I am not persuaded to vive such pursuits. However, I was captivated by the cover art and was persuaded to purchase the pre novel in the series. I wonder if the author is using a self portrait to peak interest in this novel. The cover art is not a sexy pose or a woman atop a horse ill clothed and a not revealing angle. The image is of the main character, attractive and well constructed, seriously engaged, but in a combative pose with an interloper in gladiatrix garb.

  4. Been much enjoying the unusual art and other discoveries shared at 41Strange.

    Okay here’s “my” strange arts n sciences share for today.

    The next time you are craving a specific food dish, created at a specific restaurant in Tokyo,
    no need to buy an expensive plane ticket and spend 13 hours
    flying thru the air.
    Just contact the Open Meals project and they will teleport it to you!

    The company has already created a working prototype of their 3d food printer/replicator
    and once they create one at scale, their aim is to mass produce it worldwide for everyone and anyone who wants
    it so you can order specific foods from restaurants Open Meals might partner with in japan.
    The exact DNA of your dish is then digitally teleported across the miles for your food printer to replicate before your eyes.

    http://www.open-meals.com/sushiteleportation/index.html

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