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In this Disasterland series, Mexican artist José Rodolfo Loaiza Ontiveros puts classic Disney characters in decidedly adult situations, as a “tribute to pop culture, fashion, animation, horror films and the undeniable attraction of celebrity.” 

With his sharp and characteristic black humor Loaiza captures images once morbidly circulated by the media, and proposes a novel way of reviewing them. In Disasterland, heterosexual happy endings have been discarded; outdated. In this story, discriminated minorities will finally achieve the resolution they’ve yearned for, beyond any bias or phobia.

Behold an apple infused with truth; behold a mirror in which we can truly see our reflection. This is our magical world of disaster. via

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My name is Hugo Germain, I live in Bordeaux, France, and I’m currently studying maths and physics, in order to become an engineer.

I get most of my inspiration from everyday life. I usually come up with an idea or concept during the day, from which I make a quick doodle so that I won’t forget it. Then later I start working on it in After Effects or Cinema 4d, so that they can become more visual and realistic. It’s funny because the final results are usually much different from what I had in mind.

Each gif has its own story but mainly it’s a way for me to provide inspiration and make people question basic things we take for granted. I often wonder “What if this or that was different/existed ? What would that look like ?”. Being able to actually create an answer to that question is very exciting for me, and I guess that’s also what people like about it.

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Michael Kerbow  is a San Francisco-based artist who works in a variety of media including painting, drawing, assemblage, and digitally-manipulated photography. He received his MFA from Pratt Institute in New York. His work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and has appeared in multiple publications.

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