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poorlydrawnthings:

She told me she would take me there.

poorlydrawnthings:

She told me she would take me there.

via pennypoorly / 1 year ago / 4,691 notes / art, painting,
via ephemeraa / 1 year ago / 60 notes / art, nude,

oliphillips:

Cool Finger Paintings

by Judith Braun


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via 24ribs / 1 year ago / 5,259 notes / art, black and white, painting,
via ephemeraa / 1 year ago / 1,201 notes / art,

vvolare:

An illustration of the Mona Lisa which contains thousands of whimsical characters that  are drawn almost completely improvised by Japanese artist Sagaki Keita

via vvolare / 1 year ago / 150 notes / art, mona lisa,
accidentalism:

Korean artist Min Jeong Seo used molds taken from professional ballet dancers arms to create tattooed casts of porcelain. The porcelain arms in dancing positions are painted with Japanese Yakuza-style tattoo patterns. In combination, the two open each other up. Like a real tattoo that lies under the skin, the painted patterns lie under the porcelain glaze.

accidentalism:

Korean artist Min Jeong Seo used molds taken from professional ballet dancers arms to create tattooed casts of porcelain. The porcelain arms in dancing positions are painted with Japanese Yakuza-style tattoo patterns. In combination, the two open each other up. Like a real tattoo that lies under the skin, the painted patterns lie under the porcelain glaze.

via accidentalism / 1 year ago / 15 notes / art,

photojojo:

Who’d have known your stomach could double as a camera?

Two UK students, Josh Lake and Luke Evans, ate 35mm film and were able to process photos after the film, erm, came out!

Students Make Photos by Eating 35mm Film

The beautiful, peaceful, cosmic and surreal art paintings of Rob Schouten. VISIT HIS WEBSITE

(Source: electrikthunder)

via m00nbat / 1 year ago / 968 notes / art, surrealism,
via 560000988 / 1 year ago / 336 notes / art, collage,

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via spliffslayer / 1 year ago / 4,470 notes / philosophy, art,
fuckyeahneuroscience:

“The Urban Times team are collaborating with GV Art in a series set to blow the mind: Traumas. The first in the series explores the connection between Art and Alzheimer’s. On the evening of 26th January Urban Times will be filming a talk given by Patricia Utermohlen and Shelley James, with questions then becoming open to the floor. Patricia will discuss what it was like to be married to an artist living with Alzheimer’s as the wife of late William Utermohlen. William was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 1995 yet he continued drawing. His last self portraits painted between 1995 and 2001 tell a unique tale of an implacable disease encroaching on to his mind and senses. With perseverance, courage and honesty the artist adapts his style and technique to the growing limitations of his perception and motor skills to produce images that communicate his predicament. Patricia will talk about William’s artistic journey and how his art went from a figurative to minimalist style.”
(via Art and Alzheimer’s – Urban Times)

fuckyeahneuroscience:

“The Urban Times team are collaborating with GV Art in a series set to blow the mind: Traumas. The first in the series explores the connection between Art and Alzheimer’s. On the evening of 26th January Urban Times will be filming a talk given by Patricia Utermohlen and Shelley James, with questions then becoming open to the floor. Patricia will discuss what it was like to be married to an artist living with Alzheimer’s as the wife of late William Utermohlen. William was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease in 1995 yet he continued drawing. His last self portraits painted between 1995 and 2001 tell a unique tale of an implacable disease encroaching on to his mind and senses. With perseverance, courage and honesty the artist adapts his style and technique to the growing limitations of his perception and motor skills to produce images that communicate his predicament. Patricia will talk about William’s artistic journey and how his art went from a figurative to minimalist style.”

(via Art and Alzheimer’s – Urban Times)

 
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