Australian artist Jeremy Geddes is incomprehensibly talented. His paintings are the type you’d see in an art gallery and know you can never afford. Even the print versions are like that. But this week, he’s releasing his latest piece so anyone can buy it.
I love Jeremy Geddes' paintings—his photorealistic style mixed with his surreal, often disturbing subject matter. Like his Cosmonaut series, in which dead cosmonauts fall from the sky.
In Jeremy Geddes' photorealistic paintings, cosmonauts float weightlessly around the Earth, silently inspecting decrepit buildings, light fixtures, and flocks of pigeons. Are they aliens from another world? Or humans who returned to find the world different than they left it?