✴Nicholas, 20 years of age✴

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David Stoupakis: Ashes to Sorrow

Some beautiful new work by David Stoupakis recently exhibited in his solo show Ashes to Sorrow at the Last Rites Gallery. Horrific and alluring, these lushly colored paintings have a fairy tale-like quality, as female figures pose in scenes beneath stormy, foreboding stormy.

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CultureHISTORY: #Ferguson Protests - Magazine covers

Amazing images. The TIME & Bloomberg Businessweek cover photos were both taken by Scott Olson (Getty Images) who was arrested by the St. Louis PD during the protests and later released. The New Yorker painting was done by New York artist Eric Drooker.

#MikeBrown #DontShoot

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The Carl Sagan-inspired surrealist GIFs of Ignacio Torres, featuring humans as star stuff.

(images by Ignacio Torres, full gallery at The Morning News)

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asylum-art: Animated Gifs Directed by Michael Bay

This. Is. BAYHEM!

When Michael Bay directs animated gifs, explosions happen. Lots of them. A recent reddit post by jerip123 entitled, Unecessary Explosions unearthed a subreddit called /r/michaelbaygifs, described as ‘gifs, Michael Bay style’.

I’ve also embedded an excellent video by Tony Zhou that explores ‘Bayhem‘ — his style of camera movement, composition and editing that creates something overblown, dynamic and distinct. It’s worth a watch if you’re into film.

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Watch the video:


Types of Matter

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Kyle Stewart

From Between Worlds at Parlor Gallery

1. Prologue

2.Cloud of Unknowing

3. Lock & Key

4. Contain Yourself

5. Available Space

6. Connected

7. Standoff


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My favorite so far!


My favorite so far!


Fantastical portraits bring trees to life by Elido Turco

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Dream Creatures’

Have you ever walked through the woods and felt like someone was watching you? Italian photographer Elido Turco takes this concept to the next level with his images that turn tree bark into caricatures. Many of his fantastical images use simple concepts of mirror imaging to create elaborate beings that seem to come straight from J.R.R. Tolkien’s books or Jim Henson’s sketches. These silly, serious and often creepy trees each have their own personality — so let your imagination run wild as you tour Turco’s eccentric tree portraits.
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Dryad by Sawaof

History of Art


History of Art

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Svetlin Vassilev

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