New Hysterical Minds Release: Empathy

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Peccator
Nemesis
Nirvana
Spring is coming
Tiempo de un bano
Abracadaver
Revenge
Desire
Centaine Revival
Betrayal
Neutronix
Santo Grial
Micromachines
Guardian
Red Light District

What’s a better way to start your day than receiving the news that the famous international art collective Hysterical Minds released their 11th exhibition titled ‘Empathy’. I’ve been following this art collective for quite some time now, and they keep releasing awesome artworks. In this post a some of the artworks from this expression, visit Hysterical Minds for the full release!

HM about the release: On this occasion, which is as special as ever, our artists had a technical challenge, which allowed for both conceptual freedom and coherence. What you are about to see will appeal to you mainly due to the use of color: “Empathy” refers to many things, but we have focused it on color relationships. Every work presented in this exhibition is based on the use of complementary colors, colors that are completely opposed in the color wheel. This has resulted in the highest possible contrast between hues, with combinations such as blue-orange, green-red and yellow-purple, as well as many more variants. We offer you a journey that will show you the anatomy of color, the emotions it can convey and the power of joining opposites. This is a collection of awe-inspiring, visually striking, richly narrative images where everyday situations meet the magical and where empathy is the common thread. Here you will find a place it is likely you already knew.

Nemesis

 

Santo Grial

 

Nirvana

 

Neutronix

 

Guardian

 

Abracadaver

 

Tiempo de un bano

 

Red Light District

 

Betrayal

 

Peccator

 

Spring is coming

 

Revenge

 

Micromachines

 

Centaine Revival

 

Desire

 

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Houke de Kwant is a 28 year old communication & multimedia design graduate from the Netherlands and the creator of TheArtHunters (former Daily Inspiration, which was started as part of his study). He is currently working as a front-end developer at Ivaldi, an internet agency in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

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