This portrait by @rebeccajolesley depicts her friend Gem Divine, Brighton's self-proclaimed 'small brown clown'. “She inspired me to start oil painting in my early twenties, aside from performing she's an amazing painter and designer. She helped me take pride in my interests which lead to my all-round development as a person and artist,” Rebecca shares.
NEW BLOG // Discover the intriguing narratives and dark surrealism of
@magpie.rodgers' creative visions. Visit www.beautifulbizarre.net today [link in our profile] and learn more about her work in an article by @sanyaewalma.
"Meagan has a talent for giving space and shape to the unseen. Her imagery provides a striking perception of both the paranormal and psychological aspects of a being; like finding a truth too ambiguous for words through a world surreal fantasy." - excerpt
@zhenmatangi, who describes herself as an “alternative artist from France”, is not only the model we see but also the photographer, editor, and, on top of that, a talented writer.
You should definitely check out Zhen’s profile and get lost in her beautiful bizarre creations and inspiring captions.
The series ‘Interconnectivity’ was initially @robwoodcoxphoto’s response to “the Pulse Nightclub shooting in the US where 49 people died, LGBTQ and allies; may they Rest In Peace.” The photographer’s work serves as a self-lead representation and voice of the community and is dedicated to the queer movement, its resilience, and the love within.
@demoontier pulls us and our imagination right into the scenery. The artist creates “weird, queer, drag and fashion inspired art” that we love for its fine texture and its magical and inspiring content.
Through the fierce look of the creature, we are catapulted into an encounter with ‘The Sea Emperor’... but is he an ally or a villain?