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likeafieldmouse:

Anna Sew Hoy - Black Noir/Beige Tan (2013)

likeafieldmouse:

Anna Sew Hoy - Black Noir/Beige Tan (2013)

I can feel myself grow.

visual-poetry:

»something for everyone« by youdhi
cutout reclaimed text

visual-poetry:

»something for everyone« by youdhi

cutout reclaimed text

ccchristyfung:

Sailor moon collection II

Pixiv id : sizh 

darksilenceinsuburbia:

Eric Wesley

DPS # 6 (Bank, Lunch, Pu), 2014

DPS # 4, 2014

DPS # 14 (Plymouth Rock Landing on the US

DPS # 20 (Power Blob), 2014

DPS # 24 (Knight Leaning Toward the Righ

DPS # 2 (Bounty on the Mutiny), 2014

Acrylic and aluminum on linen

2014

likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper - Rooms by the Sea (1951)

likeafieldmouse:

Edward Hopper - Rooms by the Sea (1951)

I’ve never been certain whether the moral of the Icarus story should only be, as is generally accepted, ‘don’t try to fly too high,’ or whether it might also be thought of as ‘forget the wax and feathers, and do a better job on the wings.’
Stanley Kubrick (via likeafieldmouse)

wetheurban:

ART: Handmade Pixelated Photographs by Ed Spence

Prepare for your mind to be blown. Using hand-cut paper squares, Vancouver-based artist Ed Spence manually pixelizes his own interpretations of once rather mundane photographers. 

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saatchiart:

Artist of the Day | Lissa Bockrath See more works

saatchiart:

Artist of the Day | Lissa Bockrath
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(via 2headedsnake)

ignarly:

Robert Seydel - “Head with Moon”

ignarly:

Robert Seydel - “Head with Moon”

lesfressange89:

                                             The Gates Of Heaven

lesfressange89:

                                             The Gates Of Heaven

hifructosemag:

Based in Rotterdam, Netherlands, Anouk Griffioen creates haunting, mural-scale charcoal drawings that offer glimpses into lush, overgrown places where humanity and nature seamlessly connect. The human subjects of her work are merely guides for viewers to immerse themselves in the sublime landscapes. It’s as if Griffioen is inviting her viewers to imagine themselves as her often faceless characters. There is a fashion-conscious aspect to her work as well: the svelte, model-like bodies strike casual yet glamorous poses, wearing smartly tailored outfits that camouflage with their surroundings. Read more in Hi-Fructose

(Source: lechedemipalo, via glitchgifs)

" Every day is a journey, and the journey itself is home. "