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I have an aversion to birds. Here are some things I do like.

4th
Feb
Mon

artmonia:

Pamela Colebourn.

beautiful-insane detail!

Tags: Pamela Colebourn Illustration art 
Notes: 249
Reblogged from artmonia
2nd
Feb
Sat
  • artmonia:

Emily Quintero.
On Tumblr!

    artmonia:

    Emily Quintero.

    On Tumblr!

    Tags: art painting figure 
    Notes: 862
    Reblogged from artmonia
  • 29th
    Jan
    Tue

    designcube:

    ‘Submergence’ by Squidsoup

    Tags: installation art lighting design 
    Notes: 158
    Reblogged from designcube
    20th
    Jan
    Sun

    dailymajordeegan:

    Hundreds of spinning blades reveal the invisible patterns of the wind in American artist Charles Sowers’ kinetic installation on the facade of the Randall Museum in San Francisco.

    via dezeen

    Tags: art installation nature 
    Notes: 46571
    Reblogged from the-selfie-of-dorian-gray
    16th
    Jan
    Wed
  • likeafieldmouse:

Rhea Thierstein - Ice Boat (2011)

    likeafieldmouse:

    Rhea Thierstein - Ice Boat (2011)

    (Source: likeafieldmouse)

    Tags: installation art ice 
    Notes: 3393
    Reblogged from petitoiseauu
  • 14th
    Jan
    Mon
  • doloresdepalabra:

Rogelio Manzo
    Tags: art painting portrait 
    Notes: 125
    Reblogged from doloresdepalabra
  • 11th
    Jan
    Fri
  • wetheurban:

#ART: “EVERYTHING THAT I WISH I COULD BE” BY KENT ROGOWSKI
“Everything that I wish I could be” is the title of a series of book collages made by Kent Rogowski. He used the titles of self-help books to create larger narratives, which become portraits of emotions, people and events in life. Check out the rest of the series after the jump:

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    wetheurban:

    #ART: “EVERYTHING THAT I WISH I COULD BE” BY KENT ROGOWSKI

    “Everything that I wish I could be” is the title of a series of book collages made by Kent Rogowski. He used the titles of self-help books to create larger narratives, which become portraits of emotions, people and events in life. Check out the rest of the series after the jump:

    Read More

    Tags: art collage books 
    Notes: 144
    Reblogged from wetheurban
  • 1st
    Jan
    Tue
  • kateoplis:

Jim Darling
    Tags: art painting 
    Notes: 239
    Reblogged from kateoplis
  • 31st
    Dec
    Mon
  • zeroing:

Winston chmielinski
    Tags: Winston chmielinski art painting portrait 
    Notes: 619
    Reblogged from zeroing
  • 26th
    Dec
    Wed
  • dursyboy:

Jean-Michel BasquiatSelf Portrait as a Heel, Part Two1982

    dursyboy:

    Jean-Michel Basquiat
    Self Portrait as a Heel, Part Two
    1982

    Tags: 80s art painting basquiat 
    Notes: 662
    Reblogged from blackfashion
  • 22nd
    Dec
    Sat
  • zeroing:

Daniel Maidman
    Tags: art figure 
    Notes: 215
    Reblogged from zeroing
  • 22nd
    Dec
    Sat
  • artruby:

Jennifer Rubell, Padded Cell, 2010. This is a 8’X16’ freestanding installation room constructed of cotton candy. 

    artruby:

    Jennifer Rubell, Padded Cell, 2010. This is a 8’X16’ freestanding installation room constructed of cotton candy. 

    Tags: art design Architecture installation 
    Notes: 327
    Reblogged from artruby
  • 22nd
    Dec
    Sat

    devidsketchbook:

    BIVOUAC AT MCA CHICAGO

    Studio BOUROULLEC - RONAN AND ERWAN BOUROULLEC

    Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec - Bivouac is an exhibition (MCA Chicago / oct 20, 2012-jan 20, 2013) of work by two of the most exciting and innovative designers working today. The brothers not only design elegant and beautiful objects—chairs, sofas, lamps, tables, and dishware—but they also develop pioneering hybrid forms that defy categorization as they shape space in clever new ways. The title of the show is inspired by this multipurpose hybridity, as a bivouac is a lightweight encampment or shelter that can be adapted to its environment just as Bouroullec products are activated by their end-users and the spaces they inhabit.

    Tags: installation art design 
    Notes: 535
    Reblogged from devidsketchbook
    21st
    Dec
    Fri
  • kellyvivanco:

Conda De Satriano (Italian, circa 1893), “Narcissus” by sofi01 on Flickr.
    Tags: art painting figure mythology narcissus 
    Notes: 139
    Reblogged from malebeautyinart
  • 20th
    Dec
    Thu
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    Accent Red by Neil Talwar