inkhead:

what rabbit ate, paper cut, 2013

bone a day  inkhead    more paper cuts available here: eyefun

artisticmoodsShari Weschler Rubeck (b. 1970, Larchmont, NY) - Ego Series: Ego #1, Paintings: Acrylics, Airbrush on Canvas

fer1972:

Paintings by Rafael Sottolichio

sssu357:

ジョジョリオンの康穂
折紙の投げやり感がすごい。

sakusaku/諏訪のうた http://youtu.be/Ewz4Tai4458
最高すぎるだろうが……。う、う、う、黒幕さあああ

hziemke:

(Threw a space background on my WIP for omgslothsinspace)

septagonstudios:

Giulia Tomai ON TUMBLR

miwubrainjuices:

Hsiao-Ron Cheng via behance

eatsleepdraw:

How Mountains Move 2013 by Julian Fischer WOKJOW

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septagonstudios:

Alexander Roshchin

maruti-bitamin:

bus stop

process on instagram

roughkiss:

madoka07:

[blog] 2014 Exhibition location Osaka Sumo

http://madoka07.blogspot.jp/2014/03/2014-exhibition-location-osaka-sumo.html

holy crap the lines are so clean!

supersonicart:

Fuco Ueda’s “Kioku No Hana.

Opening this Saturday at Thinkspace Gallery is the very much anticipated solo show of Japanese artist Fuco Ueda entitled “Kioku No Hana.” (Flower of Memory.)  The brilliantly colored paintings are strongly focused towards the Chrysanthemum flower and it’s symbolic meaning of grief and sadness in Japan.  The hyper-colored paintings thus become enigmas for where they might exist: within the physical world or the supernatural?  You can see more of Ueda’s beautiful work from the show below: 

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