HappilyLost

(Source: thepacificatlantic)


so cute ~
so cute ~

(Source: studioghiblish)

esache:

Front and Back

Ink on polystyrene 

artchipel:

Amy Judd (b.1980, UK)

London based artist Amy Judd creates a collection of sensitive silent moments; some full of whimsical intrigue, others more surreal and seductive. Her paintings draw inspiration from the enchanting and imaginative relationship between women and birds found in traditional mythologies and folklores. The composition, light and positioning of the subject, creates curious images, which conjure up new “mythological” narratives or creatures within the paintings; using Feathers as armor, and birds as familiars. The sensitive brushwork on the figure’s flesh complements the delicate pattern of the feathers, however the compositions are bold and strong, and the figures are not frail or delicate; the feathers allude to strength, flight and bravery, rather than fragility.

[more Amy Judd]

beyond-the-knowing:

By Emily Leonard

beyond-the-knowing:

By Emily Leonard

clawmarks:

Tiffany Bozic, via Colossal

clawmarks:

Tiffany Bozic, via Colossal

red-lipstick:

Jean Kim (Korean) - Info with pictures.

(Source: jean-kim.com)

foxesinbreeches:

Figura femminile con scheletro by Floris Neusüss, 1960-1969

(Thanks to  for the link)

eatsleepdraw:

The Black of Night, Spring 2014 
relief print and monotype, charcoal, white Conté crayon
40 x 24 “

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eatsleepdraw:

The Black of Night, Spring 2014 
relief print and monotype, charcoal, white Conté crayon
40 x 24 “
~Follow my art blog and we can talk about art together~

(Source: shliten)

razorshapes:

Aron DemetzThe Tainted

"Demetz explores the human figure with his wooden sculptures and shows incredible skills in carving wood. He uses the material to highlight the harmony as well as the conflicts between man and nature."

raboartcollection:

Light, space and time make us aware of what surrounds us. For JCJ Vanderheyden, this concept is at once both the starting point and the conclusion. Vanderheyden focuses on reality and art history, examining what our eye sees and what we take in. A clear blue sky, an endless horizon or the world as a stage. Throughout his body of work over the years, set themes recur, which the artist reuses and rearranges in new ways, adding a level of significance to the temporal aspect of his work.
JCJ Vanderheyden, After Hieronymus Bosch (1998)
All rights are reserved. Photography by Peter Cox. Rabo Art Collection

raboartcollection:

Light, space and time make us aware of what surrounds us. For JCJ Vanderheyden, this concept is at once both the starting point and the conclusion. Vanderheyden focuses on reality and art history, examining what our eye sees and what we take in. A clear blue sky, an endless horizon or the world as a stage. Throughout his body of work over the years, set themes recur, which the artist reuses and rearranges in new ways, adding a level of significance to the temporal aspect of his work.

JCJ Vanderheyden, After Hieronymus Bosch (1998)

All rights are reserved. Photography by Peter Cox. 
Rabo Art Collection

(Source: rabokunstcollectie.nl)

razorshapes:

Collages by Karborn