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I'd like to introduce you to the highly acclaimed work of artist Ruud Van Empel. His breath taking photo montages capture innocence like no one else.

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African traditional religion Ethnic cleansing, tribal wars Horrors of culture and tradition Human rituals and sacrifice Ostracism and banishment Colonization and civilization Slavery and pol…

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“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.” William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night's Dream

,Ruud van Empel.. Van Empel’s working method is a complex one. He photographs 4 or 5 professional models in his studio and takes many detailed photographs of leaves, flowers, plants and animals. The models pictures are mixed with these images using the Photoshop program and with clothes photographed separately on a tailor’s dummy. In this way he creates new images of mainly children, in black and white, set in a paradisaical environment

detail, 'World series by Dutch photographer Ruud Van Empel (b cibachrome print. via the artist's site ruudvanempel.

Ruud Van Empel - Dutch photographer Ruud Van Empel blends subject and background in a combination of collage, photography, and photo editing. He merges dream and exoticism and invokes an unlikely journey in the most distant countries.

Ruud van Empel is a 51 year old Dutch photographer, who creates his colourful masterpieces through collaging and photoshop.

Rooms Feb 2016 Shigeki Matsuyama is a Japanese artist who uses WWI dazzle camouflage designs as the motive for his work. It expresses the uncertain always changing qualities of today’s social networking sites, he explains.

NUUN BERLIN Rooms Feb 2016 Shigeki Matsuyama is a Japanese artist who uses WWI dazzle camouflage designs as the motive for his work. It expresses the uncertain always changing qualities of today’s social networking sites, he explains.

Ruud Van Empel, Sunday Number the artist, courtesy of Beetles+Huxley and Osborne Samuel

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