deadlyart:

The Invention of Painting (Detail) - Eduard Daege, 1832

deadlyart:

The Invention of Painting (Detail) - Eduard Daege, 1832

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catswithbenefits:

the first caterpillar to turn into a butterfly must of been like YOOOOOOOOO

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xehyun:

when people who have treated you like absolute shit are sad

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tsukinokishi:

I’m really bored so I thought I could upload a “tutorial-ish” thing I had done for someone awhile back

It’s done really fast, not a proper tutorial, but it’s pretty much the way I prefer to do hair, in case it helps anyone….

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sniperj0e:

the 3D on this thing is unreal

sniperj0e:

the 3D on this thing is unreal

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faptop:

WHY AM I LAUGHING SO HARD WHY IS MY SENSE OF HUMOR THIS TERRIBLE

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asylum-art:

Barry X Ball Sculptures
Masterpieces, Portrait Sculptures.

   1..2.Sleeping Hermaphrodite  2008 - 2010  sculpture: Belgian Black Marble          
base: Carrara Marble, stainless steel

   3.Purity/ Envy,  2011 sculpture: Golden Honeycomb   Calcite

  4..5. Purity  2008 - 2010 sculpture: Belgian Black Marble,  stainless steel

6.7..2000 - 2009  sculpture: paired, mirrored, flayed, javelin-impaled, cable-delineated-pendentive-funn…
   8..Envy
    2008 - 2011  sculpture: Mexican Onyx, stainless steel

  9.10.2000 - 2007 sculpture: paired, mirrored, flayed, javelin-impaled, cable-delineated-pendentive-funn.





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asylum-art:

Drawings Of Floating Bodies by Artist Leah Yerpe

Brooklyn-based artist Leah Yerpe‘s charcoal drawings depict the true beauty and joy of movement. Her work somehow captures the both the constrains of human anatomy, and also the freedom we can experience in our own bodies. Her figures are twisted, but graceful; tightly bound, but free. Her figures’ faces are typically obscured, which leaves their expressions and emotions a mystery. Their poses could represent pain or ecstasy. They could be falling or flying. They overlap like elements in a collage, but the larger image is one of cohesion as bodies blend together to create beautiful new forms.
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necrophilofthefuture:

did you know that phill lewis (aka mr moseby) was charged with manslaughter in 1993

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asylum-art:

Valentin van der Meulen Paintings

The work of French artist Valentin van der Meulen has recently caught our eye. His blurred and torn paintings are full of emotion and tension that transport the viewer to a dark place. Recently, Meulen did a collaboration with fellow French artist David Mesguich. The collaborative piece, seen in the gallery, features a 3-headed geometric sculpture, reveals a new dimension to Meulen’s already impresssive work.

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asylum-art:

Mathieu Laca Paintings 2014

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