Jan Fabre is one of those artists who has such a creative mind, it's frightening. His creations are also mixed between reality and dream, and exude horror and morbidity.
Works such as 'the feet,' 'the sex,' 'the belly,' and 'the brain' are all visually overwhelming.
Jan Fabre's morbid art creations will be exhibited at the Art Biennale Show in Venice from June 6th to September 20, 2009.
Implications - As North Americans continue their journey of recovering from the economic recession, many consumers are turning to escapist imagery to alleviate their minds of financial pressures. As such, the art community is enjoying major spikes in popularity. Corporations can make their products much more appealing to consumers by incorporating surrealistic design elements which will allow users to forget about their economic situation.
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