Wednesday, 31 March 2010


At first glance, these look like thickly layered oil paint pieces, but they're real life human beings/doings/movings lacquered up with acrylic and photographed by Alexa Meade.

It's like a cheeky reverse of an ordinary trompe-l'œil and I think it works remarkably well because the subjects are so interesting. My favourite is MR USA below. He looks like the kinda fellow who'd bug the hell out of us English in public places but hey, we're safe because he's 2D, right?


Love the dude below trying ever so hard not to look directly at 'it'.

EDIT: I keep looking at the above photo and singing Paul Simon 'You Can Call Me Al'. Imagine him doing a little twirl after his current strut.

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