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Recently I came across these dreamy, irrealistic landscape photomontages by Polly Balitro, artist based in Helsinki, Finland, and I just couldn’t resist to share them here.

Project description from artist’s blog:
These photomontages are the result of the encounter between my photographs from Lapland and my collection of Finnish old photographs. they might make little sense at first glance – but all you need is a closer look to find the right connection.

mapart.me:   Polly Balitro photomontagesPolly Balitro – photomontage

mapart.me:   Polly Balitro photomontagesPolly Balitro – photomontage

mapart.me:   Polly Balitro photomontagesPolly Balitro – photomontage

mapart.me:   Polly Balitro photomontagesPolly Balitro – photomontage

mapart.me:   Polly Balitro photomontagesPolly Balitro – photomontage

If you want to see more photographs by Polly Balitro please visit her site.

All images via artist’s blog.

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I’ve read about Emily Moore on The Jealous Curator recently and couldn’t resist to visit her page and see more of her work. There are paintings, collages and prints all in similar style and color palette – subtle and airy as the winter time she mostly recreates (or rather snowy time which is all the time in high mountains which are on her paintings/collages).

I couldn’t decide which works to show here, because they are so delicate they look the best in a group – so I included many…

To see more visit artist’s page.

Emily Moore
Emily Moore
Emily Moore
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Are these paintings by Christophe Stibio maps? or landscapes?

Christophe Stibio - Cliff Story

Christophe Stibio – Cliff Story


Christophe Stibio - Coastal Fire Trail Watamolla

Christophe Stibio – Coastal Fire Trail Watamolla


Christophe Stibio - Sunset with Belinda

Christophe Stibio – Sunset with Belinda


Christophe Stibio - Spiders Corridor, Ponds Theatre

Christophe Stibio – Spiders Corridor, Ponds Theatre


Christophe Stibio - Rorschach Behind Me, in Coastal Fire Trail

Christophe Stibio – Rorschach Behind Me, in Coastal Fire Trail


You can find a lot of other paintings by Christophe Stibio in Flinders Lane Gallery here and here.

Would you eat such a beautiful, tiny piece of art?

Ida Frosk from Oslo creates delightful miniatures of famous paintings on her plate. You can see gallery of her works on Instagram or on her page.

The Art Toast Project consists of edible remakes of major works by famous artists, using a piece of toast as the canvas. The idea was based on the literal interpretation of “food art” and the desire to make art more accessible.

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Andrew WyethAndrew Wyeth – Christina’s world, 1948

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Salvador DaliSalvador Dali – The Persistence of Memory, 1931

Ida Frosk - Art Toast Project - Pablo PicassoPablo Picasso

See more Ida’s toasts…