Pull yourself together!

typed for your pleasure on 30 January 2009, at 11.11 am

Sdtrk: ‘Sandpiper’ by Reg Tilsley

Another one for the ‘Organik woman made Synthetik through the use of Clever Art Magicks’ file — in fact, I’ve created a new category for it, called ‘Organik to Synthetik’ — witness Tamar Levine’s ‘Broken Robot Girl‘, apparently the first in a series. So far, so good!

We’ve all got problems, babe

And they say the Photoshopping of people in images is a bad thing? I cannot agree.
Some legitimate Doll news is coming soon! I have to sit down and forge a post detailing it. Soon, I say!

Technorati tags: Android, Gynoid, robots, Tamar Levine, Photoshop

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6 have spoken to “Pull yourself together!”

  1. jaems writes:

    Ok… I’m hard now!

  2. Davecat writes:

    Ha! She definitely has a certain je ne sais quoi, non? Viva le Artifice!
    Don’t know why I started speaking in gradeschool French there, but it seemed appropriate.

    Tamar sez on his blog, he sez: ‘we are going to shoot different girls for each photograph. I don’t want to give too much away, but each girl will be broken in different ways and in different scenes.’ Yum yum. 🙂

  3. Laura writes:

    I love this pictue.
    No hardness involved 😉

  4. Everhard writes:

    Max Sauco has some similarly ‘broken women’. Some are definitely futuristic artificial women, but there is not much that is definite about his art. (It appears to be a mix of photography and digital art, but that is just my guess.) It is, however, outstanding. Click the ‘Gallery’ link in his web site: http://www.sauco.ru/

  5. Davecat writes:

    I don’t know if you ever had OMNI magazine in the UK; it began in the late Seventies, and was a heady mix of science fact / fiction articles and stories, and every issue contained a good amount of SF-related and Surrealist artwork — Max Sauco’s work looks like it would’ve fitted in nicely, had the magazine not folded in 1996…

    Incidentally, there’s a work-in-progress site that some bloke made as a tribute to OMNI here. I still have a beaten-up copy of their first science fiction compilation issue from 1980! Overall, OMNI was a very Eighties-centric magazine, and that’s one of the reasons I loved it so much…

  6. Jonex writes:

    I loved OMNI! Subscribed to it for years and read every issue cover to cover. I was very sad when it tanked. I don’t have any copies left though. Too many moves, divorces, house cleanings etc.

    I remember the artwork in the ‘zine. It was beautiful and always caught my attention.

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