Ka-boom. “Wasteland” first episode I storyboarded by myself ;-0

uncle grandpa, casey alexander, hi casey, you reading this?, cartoon network, uncle, grandpa

December 30, 2014 © Adam Bellefeuil. 

turecepcja: Kai and Sunny Kai & Sunny are an artist duo based in London whose work appears in many artistic contexts. Their intricate, natural and sometimes sinister style has led them to collaborate with Alexander McQueen and has won them numerous accolades including a 2012 DA&D Design Award, and book covers with author David Mitchell. The artists have exhibited internationally, showing at Haunch Of Venison London, and have recently been included in the Victoria & Albert Museum...

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supersonicart: Juan Ford, Paintings. Excellent paintings by Melbourne, Australia based artist Juan Ford who combines nature with humanity in visually persuasive forms. Please continue below to see more paintings by Juan: Lees verder

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June 12, 2014

SubmissionFriday  Lia Porto Buenos Aires/ Argentina “108 steps to reach paradise” Acrylic on canvas 98.5 x 102 cm 2015 www.liaporto.com

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From ours to yours, here’s to a safe and cozy holiday season! :)[Image: Jan Staller, Stoplight, 1984]

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March 31, 2016

cross-connect: Photography by Julia Peirone. The human body is so amazing and weird,Selected by Mariana

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January 22, 2014 Livia Marin

Salva López - Rem“Alicia and Eva are two narcoleptic sisters who receive instructions in their sleep to achieve a goal that only they know. Through a long series of sacrifices, and disregarding their sister Ana’s prohibition, the two girls manage to abandon the intermediate space between the real world and the dream world they are trapped in.”Photographs for the REM film shortMore info, trailer and credits

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May 11, 2012 synchrodogs

A Page from the Drawing Papers ArchiveThis page from Drawing Papers 22 features Untitled #1, from the ”L” series, made with tape, ink, vellum, and pins on a wall by Victoria Haven in 2001.The 2001 exhibition 12 Views featured a selection of twelve artists from The Drawing Center’s Viewing Program and focused on the ways these artists address space. Victoria Haven writes of her work, “My recent drawings hover in the space between two-and three- dimensions, energized by indeterminacy. Blurring the...

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Submission Friday:Karen Hackenberg “Toss-Up” oil on canvas, 45 x 36 inches, 2017 Tumblr Facebook Instagram Twitter

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January 12, 2018 Massimiliano Pelletti[&]

Olafur Eliasson - Mikroskop, 2010“In the inner courtyard of the museum, Olafur Eliasson installed walls of mirror foil reaching up to its latticed skylight, thus generating a kaleidoscopic space that infinitely reflected the metal framework and the daylight from above. The mirror foil panels were supported by exposed scaffolding. Collapsing inner space and outside, Mikroskop realised a central aspect of the exhibition which closely concerned itself with the relationship between museum and city,...

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“Spaceship’ Galaxy Soho, by the late Zaha Hadid, Beijing, China Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tyler.magnier/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tylermagnierphoto/ 500px: https://500px.com/tylermagnierphoto www.tylermagnierphoto.com

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September 29, 2012

Artists have a variety of methods to make their mark. Every Friday we will share a photograph of an #ArtistInAction. Having been trained as a traditional Japanese painter, Kazuo Shiraga is known for his unique blend of painting and performance. In his studio, he suspended himself from a rope while painting the canvas with his bare foot. He used his body partially or entirely to create works that traced speed, power, and referenced violence; sometimes causing injuries to himself. In 1952, Shirag...

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PHOTO: JAMES MOLLISON Meet the Artists Who Play With the Rules of Documentary Photography “The decisive moment is a great concept, but we don’t experience the world that way.“

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“Art is for everybody.” —Keith Haring, born today in 1958. See his work in Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s. [Left to right: Jean-Michel Basquiat, “LNAPRK,” 1982; Keith Haring, Untitled, 1983–1984 on top of pattern adapted from the wall mural of Haring’s Pop Shop, 1986. Installation view of Fast Forward: Painting from the 1980s (Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, January 27, 2017–May 14, 2017). Photograph by Ron Amstutz]

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#UtagawaYoshiiku, also known as #OchiaiYoshiiku, was a Japanese printmaker and illustrator who studied at the Utagawa school which became the most famous woodblock print school for the remainder of the 19th century. Yoshiiku’s works include the print Kokkei Wanisshi-ki (Comical Record of Japanese History), which employs the traditional theme for Hyaki Yako (Night Parade of One Hundred Demons) on contemporary Japanese military actions in China. The subject of his woodblock prints varied which inc...

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April 9, 2017 Victor Bauer

The artist may be present, but she definitely requires a better editor — and a better understanding of global cultures….Marina Abramović writes disparagingly about Aboriginal Australians #TheRacistIsPresent

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#theracistispresent, #theartistispresent, #marina_abramovic

March 4th marked the Day of Museum Solidarity for CULTURESHUTDOWN, an international awareness campaign that is trying to draw attention to the crisis in Bosnia-Herzegovina that has forces cultural institutions to close due to the government’s failure to secure legal status and adequate funding [continued at Big Red & Shiny…] Amalia Pica exhibition at the List Visual Arts Center, MIT 4 March 2013

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