borninthe80s

Born in the 80s? You might like these artworks.

If you find being an adult a semi-mystical experience, you’re not alone. We’re a generation of adult-aged people who don’t feel like adults 90% of the time. We’ve grown up feeling uneasy about the effects of technology, we’re serious and emotional and nothing seems to hit the spot. These artworks reflect the appetites of our time: we’re soaked in nostalgia, reminiscing when youngsters saved the day, still longing for the alternative. Funny and thought-provoking, these artworks present our enthusiasm for the “real world” despite the uncertainties.

On emerging adulthood, with intergalactic super-ships and poetry:

framestilllife35NEW  (Un)still Life, 35, genesis daydream
by Kyle Skor from Saint Paul

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framepinkplanetPink Planet
by Sasha Baranovskaya from Omsk

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framestilllife37NEW  (Un)still Life, 37, armchair sociology
by Kyle Skor from Saint Paul

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framerainmanRainman Digiphrenia
by Dave Van Patten from Long Beach

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framestilllife36

NEW  (Un)still Life, 36, paint sample experiment
by Kyle Skor from Saint Paul

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framefashionists

Fashionists
by Sasha Baranovskaya from Omsk

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Teleplasma Entertainment Quadrant
by Tim Furey from Mullica Hill

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framevirtuallaserVirtual lasers in a virtual space
by Marko Turunen from Helsinki

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frameTransdimensionalTransdimensional Rock Samples
by Tim Furey from Mullica Hill

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framepinkmoonPink Moon
by Dave Van Patten from Long Beach

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Alice Zhang

Alice Zhang

Creative Director at Stew