45332
45332
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nearlya:

Tauba Auerbach
nearlya:

Tauba Auerbach
nearlya:

Tauba Auerbach
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colin-vian:

  Leigh-Anne Eagerton, Lemon and leaves, 2011
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paintdeath:

Ana Teresa Barboza
paintdeath:

Ana Teresa Barboza
paintdeath:

Ana Teresa Barboza
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asylum-art:

Stop-Motion Animation Reveals the Insides of Objects Sanded Down Layer by Layer by Keith Skretch and Laurin Döpfner
Watch the video:
asylum-art:

Stop-Motion Animation Reveals the Insides of Objects Sanded Down Layer by Layer by Keith Skretch and Laurin Döpfner
Watch the video:
asylum-art:

Stop-Motion Animation Reveals the Insides of Objects Sanded Down Layer by Layer by Keith Skretch and Laurin Döpfner
Watch the video:
asylum-art:

Stop-Motion Animation Reveals the Insides of Objects Sanded Down Layer by Layer by Keith Skretch and Laurin Döpfner
Watch the video:
asylum-art:

Stop-Motion Animation Reveals the Insides of Objects Sanded Down Layer by Layer by Keith Skretch and Laurin Döpfner
Watch the video:
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asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
asylum-art:

Graham Day Guerra
Dark and rare graphite drawings of artist Graham Day War.,
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l49:

sonjabarbaric:

Gustavo Peña, Swimming outside the boundaries of Castle Grayskull

 
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asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
asylum-art:

Maria Svarbova: God´s mirror
effect is not photoshop 



photographer: Maria Svarbova 
Make up artist and Hair: Zuzana Puchrikova 
Model: Terka Noskova, Ibolya Thurzova, David Benedek, Michal Drienik
assistants: Michal Cimmermann, Miroslav Jurik
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asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
asylum-art:

Marcelo Daldoce  Art
Based out of New York City, Marcelo Daldoce, is a full-time artist that believes art making is a calling, study, leisure, therapy, and pleasure. Self-taught starting at the age of 16, he pursued painting throughout his studies landing him numerous group and focused exhibitions. Transforming the traditional painting, Daldoce creates a fine line between illusion and reality, slicing figures with geometric folds and patterns that jolt the conventional two-dimensional perspective. Each piece eccentrically focuses the eye so well it’s mesmerizing how precise his folded paintings bring a flat surface to life.
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asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
asylum-art:

Lucy Hardie’s Mysterious Illustrations
Lucy Hardie is an Australian artist who specialises in fine pen and ink drawings. Her meticulously rendered work reveals an otherworldly mystery and beauty. 
“Metal leaf and ink combine to produce a painting that is like a rapturous vision in the most dramatic and sublime form.”
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artchipel:

Kawashima Kotori 川島小鳥 - Mirai-chan 未来ちゃん
[Curator’s Monday with Mumy]
artchipel:

Kawashima Kotori 川島小鳥 - Mirai-chan 未来ちゃん
[Curator’s Monday with Mumy]
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asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
asylum-art:

 Adele K Paintings - artist on Tumblr
Oil, Glaze on Canvas


Adele K is an Australian painter based in Melbourne.
“i paint ugly things and make them pretty; pretty things and make them ugly.”—the artist about herself
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asylum-art:

A series of 3D sculptural portraits created for Discipline magazine by More Soon
Commissioned for the front cover of the second issue of Blink’s Discipline magazine, Carl takes the world of celebrity portraits and turns it inside out with a series of 3D sculptural portraits. Visceral and multi-layered, this is a whole new take on a familiar world.
asylum-art:

A series of 3D sculptural portraits created for Discipline magazine by More Soon
Commissioned for the front cover of the second issue of Blink’s Discipline magazine, Carl takes the world of celebrity portraits and turns it inside out with a series of 3D sculptural portraits. Visceral and multi-layered, this is a whole new take on a familiar world.
asylum-art:

A series of 3D sculptural portraits created for Discipline magazine by More Soon
Commissioned for the front cover of the second issue of Blink’s Discipline magazine, Carl takes the world of celebrity portraits and turns it inside out with a series of 3D sculptural portraits. Visceral and multi-layered, this is a whole new take on a familiar world.
asylum-art:

A series of 3D sculptural portraits created for Discipline magazine by More Soon
Commissioned for the front cover of the second issue of Blink’s Discipline magazine, Carl takes the world of celebrity portraits and turns it inside out with a series of 3D sculptural portraits. Visceral and multi-layered, this is a whole new take on a familiar world.
asylum-art:

A series of 3D sculptural portraits created for Discipline magazine by More Soon
Commissioned for the front cover of the second issue of Blink’s Discipline magazine, Carl takes the world of celebrity portraits and turns it inside out with a series of 3D sculptural portraits. Visceral and multi-layered, this is a whole new take on a familiar world.
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tumblropenarts:

Danish Quapoor, triangulating your vacation, 2014, collage on paper. // facebook
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asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr
asylum-art:

Embroidered Portraits by Julie Sarloutte
artist on tumblr