Justin Leduc is a multi-talented photographer, web developper and digital artist currently based in Toronto, Canada. Justin received his Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Interactive Media) from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM). He shoots fantastic urban, abandoned and dystopian urban landscapes.
The SEAT SUV family grows with the launch of the ARONA model, the latest addition to the collection. Spacious and elegant, the small urban SUV was the subject of an exceptional event marked by audacity and creativity.
Journalists, influencers and fans of the brand were invited to test the ARONA model through an original experience: the first immersive test drive by night. From the SEAT Show Room in the 17th district, passengers in the Arona crossed Paris to go to Saint-Ouen. There, a huge abandoned car park was waiting for them.
Invited by SEAT, the urban art collective TSF Crew produced three gigantic works in situ. To make the experience fun and creative, the artists have chosen the anamorphosis: these great optical illusions that are revealed precisely to those who are in the right place.
In the SEAT ARONA, passengers discover works in an ingenious play of light and shadow. On three floors, the creations graphic lines reveal the design of the car.
Dave Pollot (previously) is a US painter who brings new life to old and forgotten art. He buys thrift store paintings and perfectly “enhances” them with pop culture symbols, giving a cool, nerdy spin to what’s dusting away inside cracked frames.
“Most are prints or lithographs,” he told Bored Panda. “Any scratches or marks are carefully touched up and then my own visions are added.”
Before focusing on repurposing discarded thrift art, Dave painted more ‘serious’ architectural paintings and landscapes. Now, however, he’s completely devoted to his new passion.
“Concepts range from pop culture to dada themes. What was once destined for a landfill is now an appreciated piece of art and conversation piece.” Luckily, it’s still an ongoing series so there should be more of these to come!
Yung Jake from Los Angeles, California, USA, spends between 30 minutes and a whole week turning emojis in facial details – morphing headphones into hairstyles and eggplants into expressions.
The artist, real name Jake Patterson, has been creating the unusual pieces for two years making everyone from Willow Smith, Kanye and Kim Kardashian West to Seinfeld and The Powerpuff Girls. To create the portraits, he uses an image of the celebrity and then compiles emojis based on colour and subject matter to created detailed imitations of their face and hair.
Thomas Pohl aka SuckerTom is a “creator of visual pictures or animations with twists, reflective content, brainfuck or completely senseless shit.” Based in Stuttgart, Germany, Tom is a freelancer in graphic-design, product-design and photography.
Tom’s images captures the true essence of contemporary, abstract art and makes for a good wall art. I’m completely utterly satisfied with these pictures, you just wanna keep scrolling for more and sadly found they have an end. The colors he uses simply complements each other for a more powerful effect. It’s an enjoyably fresh and ambitious perspective on modern times, set out to give a broader view in art.
“I get my ideas from everything surrounding me. Nature, TV, especially the big www is a huge source of inspiration, especially finding other artist who make the same style of artwork,” he says.