red-lipstick:

Jayson Carter - Small Talk (Part Of A Healing Process), 2014     Photography

red-lipstick:

Jayson Carter - Small Talk (Part Of A Healing Process), 2014     Photography

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Ancient Roman gold bracelet in the form of a coiled snake
1st century AD, Pompeii (The British Museum)

Ancient Roman gold bracelet in the form of a coiled snake

1st century AD, Pompeii (The British Museum)

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Follow Me project, by Russian photographer Murad Osmann & his girlfriend Natalia Zakharova

brianoaster:

Raindrops on Koi
2014, chalk pastel on paper

brianoaster:

Raindrops on Koi

2014, chalk pastel on paper

2headedsnake:

Hyper realist paintings by Robin Eley

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i-love-art:

By: Conrad Roset 

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darksilenceinsuburbia:

Outtakes from David Bowie’s “Heroes” by Masayoshi Sukita

retazosdered:

François Schuiten

retazosdered:

François Schuiten

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supersonicart:

Jenny Morgan’s Portraits.

Jenny Morgan’s portraits are stately hypotheticals into the personality of the individual represented.  Morgan chooses friends she is not well acquainted with to increase the mysteriousness of the work, but also she sands away slightly at the canvas which puts forth a sense of “digging away” at knowing something.  Perhaps like an archaeologist might slowly dust away layers of dirt to discover a long lost treasure.  See more of Jenny’s work below:

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2headedsnake:

Rocio Montoya

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supersonicart:

AU9UST0" at Gauntlet Gallery.

Opening this Saturday, August 23rd at Gauntlet Gallery in San Francisco, California is the group show “AU9UST0.”  The group show features work by artists such as Cheyenne Randall, Bennett Slater and Rebecca Mason Adams (All Above) plus many others and focuses on the artist’s historic and contemporary portraiture.

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mymodernmet:

Artist Laurent Gongora “redrew” the shape of a waterfall in France’s mountainous Massif Central region by attaching 24 geometric metal elements to the rock behind the Cascade de Vaucoux. The metal triangles form a diamond in order to divert the torrents of water in unexpected directions.

Gongora’s project is titled Les Cascadeurs, which translates to “the stuntmen” and also relates to the French word for “waterfall.”

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