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Cosmonauts by Jeremy Geddes

November 27, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

Whilst looking up some images for a future post, I came across these wonderful paintings of floating Cosmonauts by the New Zealand artist Jeremy Geddes.

They have a haunting, ethereal quality bourne of the muted colours, the displaced floating figures and birds, and the familiar yet at the same time, otherworldliness of the settings.

Geddes paints buildings, vehicles and streetscapes in a beautifully observed and painstaking hyper-realistic style, and then inserts a note of the surreal to create these fantastic and intriguing images…

I think they are truly amazing and I can’t stop looking at them…

  1. November 27, 2012 at 18:29

    I like the one against the kerb – not artsy – kind of believable in a ‘misplaced’ kind of way.

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