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Jul 24

iheartmyart:

Amazing illustrations by Tatsuyuki Tanaka. I came across his work in a book called Cannabis Works. All I know about him is that he has worked in animation - notably Akira. There doesn’t seem to be much of his art out there besides Cannabis Works and even that seems to be out of print. I would love to see more of his work if anyone has any links.

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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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asylum-art:

Lee Guk Hyun

Lee Guk Hyun is a painter hailing out of Seoul, South Korea. Lee creates soft and beautiful oil on canvas paintings of “veiled” women.

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Jul 23

asylum-art:

Graziano Locatelli

The works all have the name of a street or a street that has been part of the life of Locatelli and want to be an element of profound innovation in contemporary art. This is how the walls torn, shattered sculptures in which the memory bully comes across space and time, giving voice to a neurosis and an emotion tied to the objects that have left deep scars in the life of the artist. The tiles vintage crumbling and animate in a three-dimensional movement, are the chosen element to emphasize the power and vehemence that the memories have in our lives.  A broken wall in a house “uninhabited” that wants to tell his story.  Hence the title of the exhibition “Disabitare” as an evocation of a time that was where the object that has been forgotten its presence screams coming out of the walls, the walls, from our memories. An attempt, therefore, “Re-inhabiting” to Locatelli, an attempt to revive a past that would not be forgotten, but that is hard to forget.



cross-connect:

Wookjae Maeng is an artist from South Korea. He holds two BFA and two MFA degrees, and has been honored with awards, exhibitions, and fellowships in Canada, Denmark, Hungary and the US.

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belaquadros:

Eduardo Naranjo

belaquadros:

Eduardo Naranjo


Jul 22
inneroptics:

Lucian Freud

inneroptics:

Lucian Freud

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artchipel:

Palast (France) - Textures of Time (2014)

Palast Photographie was founded in 2005 by Julien Manigand, still life photographer working in Paris, France. Thierry Peureux, retoucher, joined him in 2011. Together they develop their activity on product photography, working with high-end brands such as Baccarat, Roger Vivier or Hennessy.

© All images courtesy of the artist

[more Palast | artist found at Behance Featured Projects]

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charlottesarahrichards:

nature-soldier:

Raven skulls carved out of different crystals and gemstones! Amazing artwork by

www.skullis.com 

Want.

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artruby:

Bill Culbert. 


tasteforthetasteless:

Jeanie Tomanek-

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notvianbutstill:

Qiangli Liang

notvianbutstill:

Qiangli Liang

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