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colin-vian:

Agnolo Bronzino 1503-1572 

colin-vian:

Agnolo Bronzino 1503-1572 

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hollyhockma:

That two men <3 

hollyhockma:

That two men <3 

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I’m Mikoshiba Momotarou! My hobby is haunting for stag beetles! My favorite proverb is “Even Homer sometimes nods”! My best dish is fried eggs! When I shower, the first place I wash is [strangling noises]

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Momotarou Dorkoshiba being… himself

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100-cherry-bombs:


Grease (1978)

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100-cherry-bombs:

Grease (1978)

✰✰✰

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cheese3d:

i think i can accurately say that i can crush a man’s head with my thighs

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asylum-art:

  Vibrant colors and Beatiful illustrations by Zhou Fan





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Kevin Earl Taylor

 Kevin gives us a detailed look at the process behind one of his recent commissions, let’s us look inside his sketchbook and answers a few interview questions for us. Inspired by the creativity surrounding the skateboarding culture of the mid eighties and his early years fishing in a small rural town, his work strikes a balance between the natural and the surreal.

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pixography:

Brian Smith ~ “Night Ways”

pixography:

Brian Smith ~ “Night Ways”




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Joshua Suda :Hyper-RealisticPaintings

The hyper-realistic oil paintings of Joshua Suda will make you question whether you’re looking at a painting or a photograph as he recreates the features of the human face with stunning accuracy. Going beyond replicating life, many of Suda’s pieces also have elements of surrealism. Bizarre compositions, mixed with Suda’s impressive attention to detail, result in uncanny contortions of the human face. He often breaks the fourth wall, playing with the foreground and background to make it appear that the subject is bursting through the surface of the piece. In other works, he paints to mimic other media, replicating the detail of everything from pencil drawings to old photographs and contrasting them with how the subjects might appear to the human eye.

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Mischievous Ceramic Children by Kim Simonsson

When Finland based artist Kim Simonsson began experimenting with figurative ceramic art in the 90s, it caught people by surprise. The term ‘ceramic’ brings to mind sophisticated objects, but his is a decidedly unusual mix of Eastern traditional materials and pop culture. “The subject of my work, as a rule, are children, animals, or something in between,” he shares. There are glazed-white ghostly children ‘bullying’ exotic wild animals like panthers and deer, or jumping into metallic puddles. 

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ねえまだ まだ間に合いますか?


ねえまだ 
まだいますか?

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