Friday, January 4, 2013

EM ReANIMATED


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Experimental Mentals - ReAnimated

EM has been ReAnimated, it's breathing, it's kicking with fortnightly Visual Response Top·ic's, providing you with a SmashUP board of inventive art What - Not's.

January 2013 release posting - Monday the 14th of January 2013.


The Pennington



Steven Pennington’s new ridiculous fractal pattern assemblage is on point, there’s movement in the shapes & intricate patterns, the organic, meat like organisms are stereoscopic in-depth, lending the work a 3D appeal. It’s visually aggressive in its pattern formulation & WOW Ripe is digging it.

More Pennington creations, appearing in the upcoming EM ReAnimated Series.

View more of Steven’s work at   dogfingers!


© Steven Pennington 2013

© Steven Pennington 2013

© Steven Pennington 2013

© Steven Pennington 2013

© Steven Pennington 2013

© Steven Pennington 2013

© Steven Pennington 2013

© Steven Pennington 2013



Sunday, September 18, 2011

EM / - / SEPTEMBER EDITION

Marcus Jan Csomor -  ' EM loGOISticS '  (c) 2011























Birds' do it, bee's do it, even educated fleas do it - Let's do it - Let's Spring EM - Lalalalalala

Ahhhhh the air is finally warm and those whom succumbed to hibernating during the frigid winter months  are finally waking up though not of us, for some, winters grip remains strong. Time and the warm spring air will thaw them out eventually. Welcome EM spring!!!

EM ARTIST -  MARCUS JAN CSOMOR  ////////////////////////

Marcus Jan Csomor -  ' EM loGOISticS '  (c) 2011




Marcus Jan Csomor -    ' The RoboSapien '  (c) 2011

Marcus Jan Csomor -  ' The RoboSapien '  (c) 2011

Marcus Jan Csomor -  ' FUKYU '  (c) 2011

Marcus Jan Csomor -  ' YUROFFICALLY '  (c) 2011

Marcus Jan Csomor -  ' YUROFFICALLY '  (c) 2011

Marcus Jan Csomor -   ' YUROFFICALLY '  (c) 2011

Marcus Jan Csomor -  ' YUROFFICALLY '  (c) 2011








































































































































































EM ARTIST -  ANT  ////////////////////////



ANT - ' Searching for a fantasy' (c) 2011





















ANT - ' Middle Eastern Fantasy' (c) 2011

VIDeogRphikLYWHAT!


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Saturday, August 20, 2011

////EM AUGUST\\\\


  
 
With the approaching spring, the air is heavy with perfume of inspiration, the sound of pens scratching on paper and the tap, tap of the keyboard and mouse grows increasingly frequent and the early bird gets the worm – HELLO – August EM! 


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Ripe would like to Introduce Dale Keogh to The Experimental Mental's Fold - Excited - And Then Some.



EM ARTIST ////// DALE KEOGH


Dale Keogh  ' exit the centipede '  (c) 2011

Dale Keogh  ' wip01 '  (c) 2011
Dale Keogh  ' wip01 '  (c) 2011

Dale Keogh  ' wip02 '  (c) 2011

Dale Keogh  ' wip03 '  (c) 2011

Dale Keogh  ' Untitled - 2 '  (c) 2011













EM ARTIST ////// STEVEN PENNINGTON
 

Steven Pennington  ' squid '  (c) 2011
 
Steven Pennington  ' space butt '  (c) 2011





 EM ARTIST ////// ANT


ANT  ' Fame Whore '  (c) 2011

ANT  ' Eye Candy '  (c) 2011

ANT  ' aaaaaaaaahhhhh '  (c) 2011





 EM ARTIST ////// GIBBS

GIBBS  ' PAST PRODUCT 1 '  (c) 2011

GIBBS  ' PAST PRODUCT 2 '  (c) 2011

GIBBS  ' SM35 '  (c) 2011




























EM ARTIST ////// MARCUS JAN CSOMOR



Marcus Jan Csomor  ' aND bEAM aND wATER aND rICE '  (c) 2011

Marcus Jan Csomor  ' totalitarian '  (c) 2011


Marcus Jan Csomor  ' MowerSaftey '  (c) 2011

 
Marcus Jan Csomor  ' David Carsons WHAT ! '  (c) 2011























 
Marcus Jan Csomor  ' ruberROID '  (c) 2011






 
Marcus Jan Csomor  ' iAMwATCHinYU '  (c) 2011





 
Marcus Jan Csomor  ' Mechanical Condition '  (c) 2011



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Tuesday, August 9, 2011

The very interesting work of Joram Roukes

Ripe has been doing a lot of research lately and once again we found another little treasure to share with you - Joram Roukes  Whilst not all his work strikes a chord with us, it isn’t without merit, Joram is a very talented painter and we look forward to seeing what he produces in the future.

We pick out our favs for your viewing pleasure!


Joram: 
Roukes' large scaled oil paintings refer to the moral dilemmas one may find himself in, viewing today's western society. Through experience by participation Joram Roukes reflects not necessarily an opinion on society's flaws or faux in his work, but rather observes and reports on typical western phenomena, leaving judgement up to the viewer, who thereby, establish their own position in these matters.




Sunday, August 7, 2011

\\::The talented Lou Ros:://

Ripe has just stumbled upon this little gem and we just had to share it! In fact, it's so good we decided to give a drum roll......*Ddddddddddddddddd-Da-De-DUM!*

Ripe presents the mega talented Lou Ros and we love Lou's deconstructed portraits, with lashings of the self imposed (carefully selected/altered images) glamour of the Internet dating sites participants and just the slightest hum of disturbing. (let's face it, Internet date sites are kinda creepy) Each work is beautiful crafted and expertly executed, Ripe is in love all over again. 





























Lou:
What about the image we give of ourselves online ? This series examines the ability to hide whilst making believe that we reveal ourselves. I took the example of a dating site and noticed that some members have photos of themselves surrounded by friends or family whose faces are blotted out with white oval masks.


According to the websites rules, you are only allowed to show one person in your picture which is intended to attract your prince charming or your one night stand. I wondered why they hadn't simply taken a photo of themselves alone? Why would someone use a photo where they had to blot out a family member or a friend ? The reason clearly isn't resentment but the desire to show, at any cost, this random photo that makes them feel good-looking.

The need to please on these dating sites enabled me to find compelling images that I wanted to recreate in my painting.
 
Ahh Lou if only we could have on for the Office!