Caryn Drexl Art is dirty and grungy and worked up in Photoshop. I really like the way some of her stuff looks and it was much of her's that inspired the work I did on Cracked and Grunge. Digital art tab “I hate putting titles to my images, but when i do they usually mean little to nothing at all. My images are meant to be whatever you think they are, not what i tell you. Sort of like choose your own adventure books, only it’s choose your own backstory instead. And so i prefer to present them to you at face value and nothing more, that way you can react in whatever way you will, without my influencing you with an explanation of why [or how] i’ve done what i did and what it all ‘means’.” - Caryn Drexl This is the exact thing I've been trying to tell others. The image is so influenced by what YOU bring to the table that it changed compeltely from one person to the next.

What I want from my photography… Ok actually more a mix of Roberto Kusterle's work and Joel Peter Witkin


These styles, black and white, fantasy, someone older than it is. They all tell stories and speak so much.


Valerie Hegarty's art reminds me of self-destructive art that falls apart and changes the longer it exists until it completely disintegrates.

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