Artist Morgan Blair takes digital experiences - our filtered images, posts, blogs, shares, likes, clicks, etc. - and creates paintings out of them, making our online personas into jumbled, cluttered, eye-catching art. And then she appropriately makes them clickbait with titles like: "30 Most Shockingly Gorgeous Stars Who Became Monsters After Learning This One Trick That Could Change Everything About The Way You See This Video: Hot Wife Cooks What For Husband After Sees Him With These Top 30 Celebrity Tummy Tuck Nightmares, Your Jaw Will Drop!" She tells Creators: "We compulsively feed our realities into social media, YouTube, Craigslist, and blogs, and what gets regurgitated back to us is this hilarious algorithmic Human Experience Derivative Product...It's just absurd on every level, taking the form of spam emails, click-bait articles, fake news, advertisements—a whole slurry of pernicious fantasy." At once familiar and abstract, nothing really makes sense…or does it? Is that the irony of both Blair’s work and our online existence? “What I'm learning is that I make weirder decisions when I fly by the seat of my pants, and the painting feels more personal and interesting to investigate in the end when everything isn't so consistent and predictable." Bizarre, twisted and totally fun, check out more of Blair’s paintings over on Creators now! You won't believe what happens next!