by mauriziodiiorio

by generic-art

cyanparade:

kids and phones

cyanparade:

kids and phones

by cyanparade

by shinjurou

by artmonia

just-art:

Listen to me by Andrea Castro Oil on canvas. 

just-art:

Listen to me by Andrea Castro 

Oil on canvas. 

by just-art

rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:
Jel Ena
“Refused Prayers”
Mixed Media on Fabriano Paper
Mounted on Wood
2012

rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

Jel Ena

“Refused Prayers”

Mixed Media on Fabriano Paper

Mounted on Wood

2012

by medusainfurs.deviantart.com

hannahorvath:

Dove had an FBI-trained sketch artist draw women based on how they saw themselves versus how others saw them.

by hannahorvath

svdp:

Phenomenal wood carvings by Italian sculptor Aaron Demetz . Part of an upcoming exhibition titled “Tainted” at the Gazelli Art House in London. 

Working in wood, Demetz uses this material to highlight both the harmony and conflicts that exist between man and nature

by svdp

by theartofanimation

darksilenceinsuburbia:

‘Pronoia’ by Alana Questell, 2013, paper collage on wood
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darksilenceinsuburbia:

‘Pronoia’ by Alana Questell2013, paper collage on wood

Portfolio | Facebook | Flickr | Tumblr

by darksilenceinsuburbia

pikeys:

Secrets Are Things We Grow (Series), 2013 by Kris Knight
With “Secrets Are The Things We Grow” Kris Knight paints a cast of characters who consciously conceal aspects of themselves from those around them. They hide truths of who they are, where they come from and whom they love. They fear shame, rejection, gossip and embarrassment. They whisper stories but never want the story to be about them. Secrets have roots,  they accumulate and grow with time; some are short lived, while others haunt generations.

pikeys:

Secrets Are Things We Grow (Series), 2013 by Kris Knight

With “Secrets Are The Things We Grow” Kris Knight paints a cast of characters who consciously conceal aspects of themselves from those around them. They hide truths of who they are, where they come from and whom they love. They fear shame, rejection, gossip and embarrassment. They whisper stories but never want the story to be about them. Secrets have roots,  they accumulate and grow with time; some are short lived, while others haunt generations.

by pikeys

fdasuarez:

Apparently

fdasuarez:

Apparently

by fdasuarez

threefolds:

lara mullen | russh april/may 2013 | by andrew vowles

threefolds:

lara mullen | russh april/may 2013 | by andrew vowles

by threefolds

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