artbeautypaintings:

The moment after - Milan Nenezic 

artbeautypaintings:

The moment after - Milan Nenezic 

(via a-fly-in-my-chest)

artmagnifique:

RENE MAGRITTE. The False Mirror, 1928, oil on canvas. Surrealism.

artmagnifique:

RENE MAGRITTE. The False Mirror, 1928, oil on canvas. Surrealism.

imagineankas:

"Roots" - part of series of paintings

Watercolour pencils, inks, layering

vulliod:

Nature vs. Civilization by pilipoff on Flickr.

artmastered:

Yinka Shonibare, The Swing (after Fragonard), 2001

This piece by Yinka Shonibare is based on a 1767 painting called The Swing by the French Rococo painter Jean-Honoré Fragonard. The headless state of Shonibare’s swinging figure is read as a statement on the eventual fall of the aristocracy after the French Revolution (1789-99).

lonequixote:

Melting Watch ~ Salvador Dali

lonequixote:

Melting Watch ~ Salvador Dali

odditiesoflife:

Human Organs Created from Flora

English artist Camila Carlow created these lovely renderings of human organs by foraging for wild plants, weeds, and the occasional animal part and then sculpting and arranging these various bits of flora. Her series, entitled “Eye ‘Heart’ Spleen,” represents images of organs such as a heart, lungs, stomach, uterus, liver, and testicles, demonstrating the reflection of internal biological structures with external natural structures. From Carlow’s site,

“This work invites the viewer to regard our vital structures as beautiful living organisms, and to contemplate the miraculous work taking place inside our bodies, even in this very moment.”

You can order prints and keep up with this particular project’s developments via its Facebook page.

(Source: beautifuldecay.com)

nyliramrae:

youarelookingatthis:

some members of fandoms are exactly like this…

Brilliant commercial.

(Source: achievestiel, via proons)

Everyone has those stories they tell people when they first meet them. The essential biographical information, a brief timeline of important life events, tales of substance abuse, sexcapades, childhood trauma, what your parents did or didn’t do that fucked you up but you’re fine now, maybe.

Then there’s the next level of stories that you tell the people you get to know a little better, maybe the ones you sleep with. The “secrets,” or what have you, or things that don’t paint you in the most flattering light, things that aren’t funny, things that seem trivial but somehow they come up.

You might tell them to lots of different people, or not. You might not tell everything to everyone, but between them collectively, maybe you’ve said it all (or come close). These people may come in and out of your life, you may have met them once, but the stories are forever floating around. You might have collected some from other people as well.

And then what.