disgustinghuman:

justinaranha:

Girls

Damn these turned out so good Justin!

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nevver:

Looks like rain, Jeremy Mann

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efedra:

Bruno Vilela
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remcbride:

68”x66”
Terrace Pond
Oil on canvas
2013

remcbride:

68”x66”

Terrace Pond

Oil on canvas

2013

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alesusknowles:

Fashion! Put It All on Me ➝   Krikor Jabotian Couture s/s 2014

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iheartmyart:

Evoking an era of modernist painting, Andy Dixon's work is both expressive and contemporary in form and aesthetic. 

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tentacles-and-stardust:

drquinzel:

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

Ksenia Tolmacheva's fairy tale photography

It’s no secret that Russia is home to some of the world’s most beautiful women, and photographer Ksenia Tolmacheva wanted to stand out among the many photographers in Moscow who take photos of models and brides at weddings, so this year she took on an ambitious photo project to portray a world of magic and fairy tales in order to promote her work. Her web site is: http://www.muza.pro

I WANNA DO A SHOOT LIKE THIS

THIS is the type of photography/shoots I want to work towards doing *__*

onibox:

brain-food:

Return to Sender is a funny photo series by photographer Tommy Kha that takes a unique approach to self-portraiture. Rather than taking a straight-forward image of himself, the Memphis-based photographer presents himself engaged in a one-sided kiss with dozens of strangers in various locales. Funny enough, it’s the other person in each shot that is fully committed to the smooch as Kha stands motionless.

When approaching strangers to be his potential partner, Kha simply has one direction for them: “They can kiss me however they want but they have to kiss me on the lips.” No matter how they choose to go about it, Kha’s reaction is consistent. The stoic photographer’s unresponsive facial expression and body language stands out in each shot, making for a hilariously awkward collection of photos.

Shot after shot, he continues to lock lips with passionate partners, yet he impressively displays no sign of pleasure, disgust, or any other possible reaction. Instead, he opts to remain unaffected by their advances, even if they choose to carry him in their arms or dip him as a romantic gesture. via [Beautiful Decay]

Wow

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Nick Cave’s Soundsuits at the Boston ICA

To see more photos and videos of Nick Cave’s colorful creations, explore the Institute of Contemporary Art location page.

Chicago-based artist Nick Cave constructs his signature “Soundsuits”—vivid, noise-making costumes—from discarded and rediscovered materials. The suits’ varied and whimsical forms directly reflect Cave’s training as a dancer and are often used in dance performances.

The Soundsuits’ origins are darker than their vibrant colors might suggest. Cave created his first suit in 1992 as a response to the Rodney King beating. He told the Washington Post, “I built this sort of suit of armor, and by putting it on, I realized that I could a make a sound from moving in it. It made me think of ideas around protest, and how we should be a voice and speak louder.”

Cave’s suits, along with several freestanding sculptures and paintings, are on display at the Institute of Contemporary Art through May 4.

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gallowhill:

Mariele Neudecker - The Internal Slipping Out Into The World At Large, 2000

gallowhill:

Mariele Neudecker - The Internal Slipping Out Into The World At Large, 2000

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iheartmyart:

Rachel de Joode, The Imaginary Order, 2012

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