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Brian Walker

07.21.08   |   Posted in: Art & Design   |   By: Kellis Landrum
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Brian Walker, a contemporary digital artist from Sydney completely fools us by making us think the beautiful faces and bodies in his work, are indeed real half princess and half mannequin women. Heavily influenced by the evolution of fashion and popular culture such as film, magazines and the internet, Walker’s inspiration is taken from the plasticization of the female form in fashion and online virtual dress up dolls. “I like the visual language of my images to appear hyper real, as if they could exist but a second take reveals something amiss or askew. The perfection of a single detail or the impossibility between elements is what I continue to find fascinating,” says Walker.








4 Responses to “Brian Walker”

  1. alyssa Says:

    I just want you guys to know that I love your site, I set it as my homepage and check it usually more than once a day. But today, on my work computer, I switched to the Dashboard (on my Mac) and there was a web clip of this story and my boss AND his 10 year old son were standing right behind me…. thanks a lot guys :) screenshot here: . luckily i’m sure i’ll get made fun of more than scolded, but still…

  2. Alex Jones Says:

    We’re sorry for the embarrassing situation. While we purposely avoid nudity on our site, we occasionally review content which is controversial. You can assure your boss that the majority of the time our site features good clean well designed fun.

  3. alyssa Says:

    That’s quite alright, like I said i’m sure it’s going to be more of a running joke than anything else. My boss visits Neu Black regularly as well, I just thought I’d share with anyone else who saw this post so they could get a good laugh. Thanks for all the great content!

  4. Kellis Says:

    I’m a bad, bad boy for getting you in trouble ;-)

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