canonupdates:

From imgfave.com

canonupdates:

From imgfave.com

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foxesinbreeches:

Kalua K Krynska

Also

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ybb55:

Aaron Harker - The Collector

ybb55:

Aaron Harker - The Collector

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animals-in-art:

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918) - Favola (1883)

animals-in-art:

Gustav Klimt (Austrian, 1862-1918) - Favola (1883)

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2-crowes:

Lars Elling

2-crowes:

Lars Elling

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fer1972:

An Installation made of 30,000 Paper Kites by Jacob Hashimoto 

"There’s an impermanence here—anything metal can decay, and in this city everything is metal, everything is in danger of disappearing."

rs

Justin Carter on Rochelle Hurt’s The Rusted City, from White Pine Press.

(Source: no-nukes, via jessinblack)

Hollow Chair by Straight Line Designs

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fer1972:

Paintings by Rebecca Adams

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"There is such a thing as the courage in remaining baffled."

Donald Antrim (via mttbll)

(Source: The New York Times, via mttbll)

"& on the eighth day, god said let there be fierce & that’s the story about the first snap, the hand’s humble attempt at thunder, a small sky troubled by attitude // & on the ninth day, God said Bitch, werk & Adam learned to duck walk, dip, pose, death drop, Eve became the fruit herself, stared lion’s in the eye & dared to bite // & on the tenth day, God wore a blood red sequin body suit, dropped it low, named it Sunset // & on the eleventh day God said guuuurrrrrl & trees leaned in for gossip, water went wild for the tea, & the airtight with shade // & on the twelfth day, Jesus wept at the mirror, mourning the day his sons would shame his sons for walking a daughter’s stride, for the way his children would learn to hate the kids // & on the thirteenth day, God barely moved, he laid around dreaming of glitter; pleased with the shine, sad so many of his children would come home covered in it, parades canceled due to rain of fist & insults & rope & bullets // & on the fourteenth day God just didn’t know what to do with himself"

Danez Smith, from “genesissy,” from his book [insert] boy, forthcoming from YesYes Books (via myshoesuntied)

blastedheath:

Yue Minjun (Chinese, b. 1962), Great Joy, 1993. Oil on canvas, 182.4 x 251.9 cm.

blastedheath:

Yue Minjun (Chinese, b. 1962), Great Joy, 1993. Oil on canvas, 182.4 x 251.9 cm.

blastedheath:

William John Leech (Irish, 1881-1938), Grey Bridge, Regent’s Park. Oil on canvas, 30¼ x 38¼ in.

blastedheath:

William John Leech (Irish, 1881-1938), Grey Bridge, Regent’s Park. Oil on canvas, 30¼ x 38¼ in.