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28th
Aug
Thu

furioussterling:

jack089:

Exploded and dissected skulls. Beauchene Skull - Mounted preparation of human skulls were used to demonstrate better views of separate cranial bones. 19th Century. The above images, I presume, were most likely prepared and mounted by RMC.

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25th
Aug
Mon

timothydelaghetto:

turnerejg:

fleshbeing:

veralynn23

Valerie Hegarty

Famous paintings come to life in 3D sculptures of nature’s destructive tendencies.

Wow I really like this

Wow

(Source: fem-arts)

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25th
Aug
Mon
  • rune-midgarts:


Again, consider the life of the artist who made this loaf. At night he went to the bars to see his other friends, the painters, the authors, the singers and sculptors, and while all complained with boozy brio about the state of the world, the creator of the picture above was probably regarded with silent sullen envy: the only one in the group to be making a living off the fruit of their brush. But the more they drank the more they’d tell theirselves he wasn’t really an artist anymore. The important work, the work that mattered, was being done by the boys with the WPA grants, painting blocky crude socially-aware murals in Post Offices. Work that inspired the people. What did this do, but make them feel hungry for a moment? Well, we’re all hungry, brother. Join the club.

via The Gallery of Regrettable Food- Jell-O

    rune-midgarts:

    Again, consider the life of the artist who made this loaf. At night he went to the bars to see his other friends, the painters, the authors, the singers and sculptors, and while all complained with boozy brio about the state of the world, the creator of the picture above was probably regarded with silent sullen envy: the only one in the group to be making a living off the fruit of their brush. But the more they drank the more they’d tell theirselves he wasn’t really an artist anymore. The important work, the work that mattered, was being done by the boys with the WPA grants, painting blocky crude socially-aware murals in Post Offices. Work that inspired the people. What did this do, but make them feel hungry for a moment? Well, we’re all hungry, brother. Join the club.

    via The Gallery of Regrettable Food- Jell-O

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  • 21st
    Aug
    Thu

    frenden:

    Evil Dead fan art for a show in London.

    We were tasked with only using two colors set to multiply. Digital duotones, basically.

    Most folks default to lineart when working with spots, but you can do so much more. I’ve put in a lot of time over the last few years working at making convincing limited color, painterly work for screen printing.

    MS5, my painterly brush, two greyscale layers set to spot colors and multiplied.

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    16th
    Aug
    Sat

    xombiedirge:

    Joker Trilogy by Chris Brake / Twitter

    Part of the “I am the Law/A Life of Crime" art show, opening Friday August 15th, 2014, at Hero Complex Gallery / Facebook

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    Reblogged from towritelesbiansonherarms
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    set of nostalgia drawings by gabriel picolo. i don’t think i have enough space on my tumblr for all his works that i’d like to post.

    (Source: vikadi)

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  • urbanarboriculture:

Artist Peter Cook, grew this living garden chair using tree shaping methods, primarily training a living tree through constricting the direction of branch growth.  The chair took about eight years to grow.

    urbanarboriculture:

    Artist Peter Cook, grew this living garden chair using tree shaping methods, primarily training a living tree through constricting the direction of branch growth.  The chair took about eight years to grow.

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