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David LaChapelle- Dream Evokes Surrealism. His work has  dreamlike dimension and the deviation from reality. I chose this because it cannot be realistic. I like how the man's face is really big compare to other objects in the image. I also like position of gun and the man's facial expression of looking at the gun.  http://www.guyhepner.com/artists/?_escaped_fragment_=ART24/David-LaChapelle/COL90/Dream-Evokes-Surrealism-

David LaChapelle- Dream Evokes Surrealism. His work has dreamlike dimension and the deviation from reality. I chose this because it cannot be realistic. I like how the man's face is really big compare to other objects in the image. I also like position of gun and the man's facial expression of looking at the gun. http://www.guyhepner.com/artists/?_escaped_fragment_=ART24/David-LaChapelle/COL90/Dream-Evokes-Surrealism-

LOVE David LaChapell an amzing photographer  Dolly Parton photographed by David LaChapelle

LOVE David LaChapell an amzing photographer Dolly Parton photographed by David LaChapelle

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Intervention, Jesus is my Homeboy Series, by David LaChapelle | 2003 | Digital C Print

Intervention, Jesus is my Homeboy Series, by David LaChapelle | 2003 | Digital C Print

David LaChapelle has always been one of my biggest inspirations & idols. He’s famous for his surrealistic pop-art aesthetic and narrative style (thats no surprise considering he was an ap…

Spotlight On David LaChapelle

David LaChapelle has always been one of my biggest inspirations & idols. He’s famous for his surrealistic pop-art aesthetic and narrative style (thats no surprise considering he was an ap…

In Earth Laughs In Flowers, David LaChapelle appropriates the traditional Baroque still life painting in order to explore contemporary vanity, vice, the transience of earthly possessions and, ultimately, the fragility of humanity.

David LaChapelle's unique take on Baroque still life paintings

In Earth Laughs In Flowers, David LaChapelle appropriates the traditional Baroque still life painting in order to explore contemporary vanity, vice, the transience of earthly possessions and, ultimately, the fragility of humanity.

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