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ladyinwaitingblog:

Favorite Divination Decks: Loteria by Don Celemente.

gloriaphoto:

© Gloria Rodríguez, Guadalajara, México 2006

gloriaphoto:

© Gloria Rodríguez, Guadalajara, México 2006

the-pineal-gland:

Enrique Metinides’ photographs of accidents and crime scenes in and around Mexico City for “La Prensa”.

artesany:

Y Villa se subió al tren / Exposición del Museo de los Ferrocarrileros hasta el 30 de Abril.

Fotos:© Archivo Casasola

Mira más en: http://cuartoscuro.com.mx/?p=28313 

timothylamb:

more drawings from Tulum

cross-connect:

www.alijakamber.com
Just one image from my Havana collection.

cross-connect:

www.alijakamber.com

Just one image from my Havana collection.

(Source: cross-connect)

cross-connect:

Igor Skaletsky aka igorska born 1978 in Voronezh, Russia is a painter/collage artist. He studied at the Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute and began his adventures in collage only a few years ago. In 1990 Skaletsky immigrated to Israel.

Skaletsky combines traditional painting techniques with contemporary technologies. He draws his inspiration from iconic art works, and gives them his own modern interpretation, thus creating a hybrid image separated from time, place and context.

Collage for me is a technique that widens possibilities to express myself. I think photography and painting perfectly complement each other and combining them, one can achieve an effect which is impossible in ”pure” traditional technique. Collage is unique in its ability to organically combine things which, at first glance, are absolutely incompatible and do not represent any artistic value in themselves. I like the moment when isolated pieces of paper suddenly start “playing” with each other when I put them in the common living space of collage.

To see more of Igor Skaletsky’s intriguing work, visit his profile (igorska) on Deviant Art and on Behance.

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ladyinwaitingblog:

Favorite Divination Decks: Loteria by Don Celemente.

gloriaphoto:

© Gloria Rodríguez, Guadalajara, México 2006

gloriaphoto:

© Gloria Rodríguez, Guadalajara, México 2006

(Source: ruudee)

(Source: yodiscrepo)

(Source: marcinjanik)

the-pineal-gland:

Enrique Metinides’ photographs of accidents and crime scenes in and around Mexico City for “La Prensa”.

artesany:

Y Villa se subió al tren / Exposición del Museo de los Ferrocarrileros hasta el 30 de Abril.

Fotos:© Archivo Casasola

Mira más en: http://cuartoscuro.com.mx/?p=28313 

timothylamb:

more drawings from Tulum

(Source: blxckfawn, via likeneelyohara)

cross-connect:

www.alijakamber.com
Just one image from my Havana collection.

cross-connect:

www.alijakamber.com

Just one image from my Havana collection.

(Source: cross-connect)

cross-connect:

Igor Skaletsky aka igorska born 1978 in Voronezh, Russia is a painter/collage artist. He studied at the Surikov Moscow State Academic Art Institute and began his adventures in collage only a few years ago. In 1990 Skaletsky immigrated to Israel.

Skaletsky combines traditional painting techniques with contemporary technologies. He draws his inspiration from iconic art works, and gives them his own modern interpretation, thus creating a hybrid image separated from time, place and context.

Collage for me is a technique that widens possibilities to express myself. I think photography and painting perfectly complement each other and combining them, one can achieve an effect which is impossible in ”pure” traditional technique. Collage is unique in its ability to organically combine things which, at first glance, are absolutely incompatible and do not represent any artistic value in themselves. I like the moment when isolated pieces of paper suddenly start “playing” with each other when I put them in the common living space of collage.

To see more of Igor Skaletsky’s intriguing work, visit his profile (igorska) on Deviant Art and on Behance.

selected by Tu recepcja

(via cross-connect)

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Douglas Annand 'The Typist' 1936

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

Douglas Annand 'The Typist' 1936

(Source: cs.nga.gov.au, via fancyadance)

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