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mymodernmet:

South African artist Chris Slabber has created a spectacular new series called Destruction/Creation, which features images of gorgeous “sculptures” formed from paint swirling in water. He uses photo manipulation to form delicate figures in the billows of paint, creating stunning portraits.

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 Carter Murdoch

 on Flickr

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fer1972:

Fluorescent Bodypaint by John Poppleton

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fluffyshnupps:

There’s something eerily beautiful about Goldsworthy’s snow and ice sculptures… I can’t quite put my finger on it (just as well, as I imagine it’d get very cold). There’s a quiet serenity about them that I simply love, and have loved for many years. I’d imagine that stumbling across one of them would be like walking into a snippet of space that had bled through from another world. It is not out of place, yet it is clearly there by purpose. It’s wondrous but at the same time, a little somber… None of these marvels exist anymore, having succumb to the ravages of the sun and wind, and the relentless march of time, as all things shall… 

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elfgrove:

mmemento:

leaper182:

bead-bead:

the-writers-ramblings:

i cant even make it past the table of contents im laughing too hard

WHAT IS THIS BOOK!?!

It’s called “Zeus Grants Stupid Wishes: A No-Bullshit Guide to World Mythology”
By Cory O’Brien, and it looks highly entertaining. :D

Gilgamesh: THE ULTIMATE BROMANCE

Give it here, now.

Sweet Fluffy Gods why is there not an audiobook version?

I need to find this book.

The first time Iv’e wanted to read something since Metro 2033.

I own this book, it’s fucking amazing.

This reminds me, I have this on my kindle and need to read it.

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Joan Fontcuberta

I know what you’re thinking, you’re thinking; “How on earth did that priest train a dolphin to carry him like that?” Or maybe you’re thinking; “Where did the photographer have to stand to capture that image?” Or perhaps, in fact, you’re thinking; “This HAS to be fake.” But all of these lines of inquiry are valid in the world of Joan Fontcuberta, the Spanish artist and photographer who’s latest exhibition has just landed at The Science Museum’s Media Space.

His new show, Stranger Than Fiction demonstrates a complex personal mythology that treads a fine line between fiction and reality, blending outlandish taxidermy, forged documents and staged photographs with sculptural works that resemble archeological excavations and fake skeletons. His mission is simple; to question the reliability of photography and the fallibility of our own perceptions while building an alternative scientific history to a mythological world – also he’s just having a bit of fun creating mermaid skeletons and snakes with legs. Definitely one to check out, although you’ll definitely be disappointed that the winged unicorn monkey doesn’t actually exist. (by  James Cartwright)

Website

gabrielgovela:

Pinuccio Sciola.

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cross-connect:

Entry Title: " An Observer’s Report 1-14/16/17/18/19"
Name:
Yuichi Ikehata
, Japan
Category: Professional, Portraiture


Entry Description:

We are living in moments during which reality merges with what is considered
reality-fiction. The relationship between reality and fiction is such an intimate one that
it is not possible to distinguish between which is which at times, being that we place our
reliance on one, while acknowledging the existence of the other. I am expressing this
situation in the form of An Observers Report, by placing a fictitious character, an
observer, who wanders in that boundary of reality and fiction

I won 2 bronze medals and received an honorable mention at PX3 in 2014

Posted to Cross-Connect by Andrew

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artchipel:

Ruslan Khasanov | on Tumblr - POOM (2013)

asylum-art:

Hallucinogenic Birds  by Fred Tomaselli

at the Brooklyn Museum

Fred Tomaselli’s unique hybrid paintings and collages from 1990 to the present. Fred Tomaselli is an American painter. He is best known for his highly detailed paintings on wood panels, combining an array of unorthodox materials suspended in a thick layer of clear, epoxy resin. Tomaselli’s paintings include medicinal herbs, prescription pills and hallucinogenic plants alongside images cut from books and magazines: flowers, birds, butterflies, arms, legs and noses, which are combined into dazzling patterns that spread over the surface of the painting like a beautiful virus or growth. He uses an explosion of color and combines it with a basis in art history. His style usually involves collage, painting, and/or glazing. He seals the collages in resin after gluing them down and going over them with different varnishes.

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asylum-art:

Alexa Meade :  People Transformed Into Paintings

on Facebook

What you are about to see, are not paintings on canvas! Alexa Meade paints with acrylics directly on human flesh creating the illusion of painterly portraits.

“Alexa Meade is an installation artist based in the Washington, DC area. Her background in the world of political communications has fueled her intellectual interest in the tensions between perception and reality.


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