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nevver:

Through the woods darkly, Antone Dolezal and Lara Shipley

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7knotwind:

JERRY SALTZ
advice for artists

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7knotwind:

The cult of DONE manifesto— Bre Pettis

7knotwind:

The cult of DONE manifesto— Bre Pettis

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donughs:

Oil on canvas

donughs:

Oil on canvas

(Source: tndraa, via chadwys)

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"I just hope that one day—preferably when we’re both blind drunk—we can talk about it."

— J.D. Salinger (via papermassacres)

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nevver:

Hyper-realism
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itchyboob:

i think about this a lot

itchyboob:

i think about this a lot

(Source: flaggedandremoved, via homicidalbrunette)

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ce-sac-contient:

Pierre Soulages - Peinture, 21 novembre 1959
Oil on canvas (195 x 130cm) 

ce-sac-contient:

Pierre Soulages - Peinture, 21 novembre 1959

Oil on canvas (195 x 130cm) 

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1000drawings:

sad ghost club  by Lize meddings

David, I thought you’d like this.

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terriblerealestateagentphotos:

Part of a modern art installation entitled “Things are looking up”.
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terriblerealestateagentphotos:

Part of a modern art installation entitled “Things are looking up”.

Follow on Twitter @BadRealtyPhotos

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hammeroutdesign:

Hammer Out Design
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nevver:

A little push
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wetreesinart:

Koloman Moser (Autr. 1866-1918), Bois de pins en hiver, vers 1907, huile sur toile, 55,5 x 45,5 cm, Vienne,  Musée du Belvédère

Again with the snow crushing, but there’s something more to this one than just the snow and the beautiful way it was painted. It’s doing something for me. There’s a stillness and quiet that you can feel in those trees. 

wetreesinart:

Koloman Moser (Autr. 1866-1918), Bois de pins en hiver, vers 1907, huile sur toile, 55,5 x 45,5 cm, Vienne,  Musée du Belvédère

Again with the snow crushing, but there’s something more to this one than just the snow and the beautiful way it was painted. It’s doing something for me. There’s a stillness and quiet that you can feel in those trees. 

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