applewood smoked May 15, 2015 at 3:56 pm

fabulous, i love artie verikant

Paddy Johnson May 15, 2015 at 3:59 pm

It’s a genre. Artie Verikant didn’t invent it.

Devin O'Fallon May 17, 2015 at 3:29 am

I don’t think you’re correct Paddy. I spoke with Artie “Verikant” personally and we discussed his image objects specifically. I distinctly remember us talking about using the ‘chisel hard’ bevel in photoshops blending options as well as the content aware AND healing brush tools. These are artistic techniques he pioneered and i think he should be credited with it.

Puzlcult May 16, 2015 at 10:18 am

Definitely a genre:


bunghole May 17, 2015 at 3:00 am

Is this sponsored by Apple? I really love their sense of design. I love the commercials and they always feature the best new indie artists. I love indie art

googlebutt May 17, 2015 at 3:05 am

I find it really interesting how the images are *blurred* in a sense. It reminds me that life is a MYSTERY and that the way we see things is BLURRED. It’s like that movie “what the bleep do we know?”. I think that is the most important piece of art of our time. We just go day to day thinking we KNOW things but we really don’t. It’s like my friend jared says, “you THINK you see the world clearly, but it’s really just a series of blurs in your blind spots. follow me on twitter”. I think he is hitting the nail on the head. It’s like, you basically see the world as this clear thing but you have this blind spot where your optical nerve is and your brain fills it in with information with what YOU WANT TO SEE, like an apple watch or something.

Linda Lebert PHd Msd Psc .NET May 17, 2015 at 3:12 am

Hello, this is Dr Linda Lebert Phd, Msc, MFA. .NET certified

I’ve been studying this artist for my thesis on blurry internet things and poor photoshop autodidacts. This artist is one of my favorites. I love how he was born in 1987 and lives in Berlin. As an American, those two facts seem so cool to me that I can totally look past any sense of meaning in this work. It’s really above that. He is above that. Living in berlin must be so cool. I’m not enough of an artists to really do that. I like to paint landscapes from my hometown, Lake Charles LA, and people seem to like that there but it will never be recognized internationally. I don’t even think they would let me in to Berlin. Oh, well, McNeese is a pretty good school actually. We have a sortof good English program so that is kind of cool.

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