nevver:

A bigger abyss.
amorbidwitch:

"Aquelarre", Santiago Caruso

amorbidwitch:

"Aquelarre", Santiago Caruso

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barkharley:

IT IS THE FIRST OF OCTOBER

IT IS TIME

TIME FOR SPOOKY SCARY SKELETONS

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asylum-art:

Dog Owner Creates Fun Illustrations With His Bull Terrier by

Just like Javier Perez, Victor Nunes and Dudi Ben Simon, Brazilian illustrator Rafael Mantesso creates simple but brilliant illustrations that make use of real-life objects to give themselves meaning. Unlike these artists, however, Mantesso enlists the help of a special collaborator…

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shivian:

Ferguson is still an issue, should still be on your radar, and should still be something you are gravely concerned about (if you live in, or care about the goings on within the US). However, “if you’ve seen nothing, if the crimes of this government remain unknown to you, then I would suggest that you allow [this post] to pass unmarked.”

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windypoplarsroom:

Petrus Apianus
“Astronomicum Caesarium”

windypoplarsroom:

Petrus Apianus

“Astronomicum Caesarium”

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rfmmsd:

Artist & Illustrator:

Lupe Vasconcelos

"Beast of Deep Desire"

Ink on Paper

"Heka"

Gouache on paper

"Kali"

Ink on paper

171.2 mm x 258.6 mm

"A Quimera"

Watercolor and Ink on Paper

"Babalon"

Ink on Paper

"Rainha Negra"

Ink on Paper

"Sphinx"

Ink on Paper

2012

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v-v-f:

I put the 6th Pentacle of Mars on a pink t-shirt because I want all the femmes to be safe. $18

Around the eight points of the radii of the pentacle are the words ‘Elohim qeber, Elohim hath covered (or protected),’ written in the secret alphabet of Malachim, or the writing of the angels. The versicle is from Psalm xxxvii. 15:— ‘Their sword shall enter into their own heart, and their bow shall be broken.’-SLM

v-v-f:

I put the 6th Pentacle of Mars on a pink t-shirt because I want all the femmes to be safe. $18

Around the eight points of the radii of the pentacle are the words ‘Elohim qeber, Elohim hath covered (or protected),’ written in the secret alphabet of Malachim, or the writing of the angels. The versicle is from Psalm xxxvii. 15:— ‘Their sword shall enter into their own heart, and their bow shall be broken.’-SLM

I Never Finish Anything.

And that is a lie. The skull has been cleaned and air dried. I purchased it at an antique shop for $18.00. It once decorated my hearth. When that bastard pulled his stunt, it then sat, wrapped up in green bubble wrap, for oh, five years; one within a storage shed, three outside in the elements, then one year in the garage tucked among the other stuff which need to either be hauled away, donated, or utilized in some fashion.

It is now being used.

I do finish things, but my pace is slow. Sometimes erratic, always with a purpose, most times not in a manner others would prefer.

That’s what happens when you’ve lived your life burning the candle at both ends. When you burn too brightly, you burn out, slow down, change; always change.

When she said, “I don’t like who you’ve become”, I should have retorted, “You never knew who I was.” Because she didn’t. No one does. Even I don’t. 

I never will. I’m still learning. I’ll be learning who I am, and am not, until the day I am delivered from this flesh.

theonlymagicleftisart:

Flickr Group Pool Highlights - Week of July 28th 2014

Contributing Photographers from top to bottom:

1. Joe Curtin2. N. Guillome 3. Anne Kramer 4. Thais L. 5. Normen Gadiel 6Thais L. 7. Bastian K. 8. Džesika Devic 9. Leanne Surefleet 10. Caitlin Dyas

Hop in on the fun and join our group pool! All artists welcome, not just photographers.

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theonlymagicleftisart:

Polaroid photographer Kathy Rankin

We asked the talented Polaroid photographer Kathy Rankin to tell us a little bit about herself and her photography.


Kathy Rankin: I’m an instant photographer and teacher currently living in Seoul, Korea. I began shooting Polaroid about 6 or 7 years ago.
To me, there’s something extraordinary about shooting instant film. The colors, the softness, the blur, the unpredictability of it all, the fact that you can hold something tangible in your hands~ these are just some of the qualities that make shooting film this type of film so addictive.

I’ve always been interested in the human condition~fear, anxiety, isolation, the unknown as well as dreams, and I use self-portraiture as a means to explore these issues. Recently, I was asked to participate in a project called ‘The 12.12 Project along with 11 other amazing instant photographers. It’s a year-long-project where each photographer picks a theme, and this theme is interpreted by each of the 12 artists. The project starts in September. 

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theonlymagicleftisart:

Multi-layered Illustrations by Gaia Alari

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Our Quarterly boxes are now $50 $30. The next box will include a hardcover photobook of Brandon C. Long's Polaroid photography and one lucky subscriber will receive a Polaroid camera and a pack of Impossible film: quarterly.co/art