The beautiful and often disturbing paintings of Jeremy Geddes

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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.

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Jeremy Geddes is a painter from Melbourne, Australia, author of the Cosmonaut painting series. He also authored the comic book covers for Doomed, which got him the Spectrum Gold Award.

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You can follow him on his website and Instagram, and buy his prints here.


This is part of a series in which we are featuring interesting paintings. If you are a painter with high quality work, please drop me a line here.

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DISCUSSION

For some reason this makes me think of "the Leftovers" on HBO. Pretty cool, but I can't say I get it.