Contemporary Surreal Digital Art

Lowbrow art, or pop surrealism, is a visual art movement that arose in Los Angeles, California, area in the late 1970s. Its cultural roots are inspired by underground comics, punk music, tiki culture, and hot-rod cultures of the street. The terms lowbrow and pop surrealism are used interchangeably. Lowbrow is often humorous, sarcastic, or ironic.

Most lowbrow artworks are paintings, but there are also toys, digital art, sculpture, and collage.

Find contemporary pop-surrealist and lowbrow artists working today.

Replaceface

By Admin / November 14, 2015 / 0 Comments

Ever wanted a framed painting of Sir Bill Murray? Or General Christopher Walken? You’re in luck! George Dawe was an English portrait artist who painted 329 portraits of Russian generals active during Napoleon’s invasion of Russia for the Military Gallery of the Winter Palace, Saint Petersburg, Russia. ReplaceFace uses digital copies of these paintings as a basis […]

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Jarek Kubicki Digital Paintings

By Admin / October 15, 2015 / 0 Comments

Polish artist Jerek Kubicki creates painterly, mostly monochromatic digital paintings. The work feels almost like the demonic lovechild of Jackson Pollock and Zdzislaw Beksinski. I love it. It’s brilliant. It appears as though Kubicki is painting on his photography, or photographing his painting (or both) and melding digital and organic seamlessly together. Recurring themes include the […]

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3 women made of paper spirals standing in the water in the moonlight at night

Liz Huston

By Admin / October 2, 2015 / 0 Comments

California-based artist Liz Huston makes gorgeous art inspired by philosophy, spirituality and mythology. She owns an art and curiosity shop where you can buy her work in LA (or online through the link below!) What follows is her latest work, her artist statement, and finally excepts from an interview with her. Leave a comment below […]

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Drømsjel

By Admin / May 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

  http://www.dromsjel.de/ | http://dromsjel.bigcartel.com/ | http://dromsjel.tumblr.com/ German artist Pierre Schmidt, also known as “Drømsjel”, creates mind-bending imagery that combines illustration and collage techniques. His works are partly inspired by German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, who challenged ideas about individuality and the meaning of our existence. Via HiFructose

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Red green and yellow abstract color field digital art by Leif Podhajsky

Leif Podhajsky

By Admin / October 26, 2013 / 0 Comments

Leif Podhajsky.com

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