alexander swieb

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17th-18th century iron executioner's mask, Tower of London exhibit. The smile was a nice touch.

“ The Executioner’s Mask (iron mask), European, century. Artist: Unknown The Executioner’s Mask is probably part of a scold’s bridle, this iron mask was exhibited in the century.

13. The bird simply looked at the girl, looked back at the wolf, and after a quick, bright tweet, said "She has the mark on the back of her neck."

Animals and people mixed. This gives the bird a sophisticated look with the tea cup and long jacket. The bird looks bright against the faded background and its beak looks like the main stand-out colour among the cooler colours.

"Your sacred space is where you can find yourself again and again."  —   Joseph Campbell

Multidisciplinary artist working and living in Cape Town. Specialising in mattepainting and concept art for film, in addition to oil painting, photography and art direction.


Kinga Britschgi is a Hungarian digital artist based in the US. Her dreamscapes are populated with stunning imagery including a key hole cutout of a starry sky, and hair transformed into the branches of a summer tree. Images © Kinga Britschgi Via Behance