grigiabot:

Alain Fleischer

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iheartmyart:

Miroir Noir, Politik Disasters Series: Romanovci, acrylic on round canvas, 220cm diam., 2012.
(via darkeranddown)

iheartmyart:

Miroir NoirPolitik Disasters Series: Romanovci, acrylic on round canvas, 220cm diam., 2012.

(via darkeranddown)

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Paul Rebeyrolle

Paul Rebeyrolle

(Source: cyberwave, via mydreamsgrowup)

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mpdrolet:

Michael Dweck

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Air France Madame, June-July 2014

Air France Madame, June-July 2014

(Source: opaqueglitter, via anabundanceof)

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rogix:

Christina Bothwell’s magical glass creatures. The icredible mix of ceramics and glass. via beautifuldecay

(via queerlyhypersensitive)

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pricebullington:

Dale Frank

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likeafieldmouse:

Dame Elizabeth Frink - From the series Spinning Man (1965)

likeafieldmouse:

Dame Elizabeth Frink - From the series Spinning Man (1965)

(via queerlyhypersensitive)

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uppera:

The Archivist 2014"Three Faces Archive Chalayan"Photographer: Axel Hoedt
LITTLE miss STRANGE…………No.3

uppera:

The Archivist 2014
"Three Faces Archive Chalayan"
Photographer: Axel Hoedt

LITTLE miss STRANGE…………No.3

(Source: kristenmcmenamyfan, via queerlyhypersensitive)

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guinevere van seenus by venetia scott for muse #37 ss 14

guinevere van seenus by venetia scott for muse #37 ss 14

(via ombresdupasse)

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skt4ng:

"Water"  |  Maaike Klaasen by Amanda Camenisch for Open Lab Spring/Summer2014 

skt4ng:

"Water"  |  Maaike Klaasen by Amanda Camenisch for Open Lab Spring/Summer2014 

(via juergent)

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genetic-freak:

Dada Experience | U+ MAG | M: Maaike Klassen | Ph: Gil Inoue | St: Beatriz Maues

genetic-freak:

Dada Experience | U+ MAG | M: Maaike Klassen | Ph: Gil Inoue | St: Beatriz Maues

(via genetic-freak)

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asylum-art:

Oriol Angrill Jordà

Oriol Angrill Jordà studied illustration in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. He has lived in London UK where he increased his skills doing a course of printmaking at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design and life drawing at The Art Academy. During his studying period of illustration, he tried a huge variety of techniques like pastel, watercolor, colored pencil, white pencil on black paper, acrylics, graphite, charcoal and so on. Whatever he used, he easily found the way to reach the realism. His most identifying skill is that, whatever he uses, he is able to produce a hyper realistic picture.

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thefashiondontlivewithoutvogue:

Luisa Bianchin in “Infancia Terrible” for Elle Mexico July 2014, photographed by Paul Morel.

thefashiondontlivewithoutvogue:

Luisa Bianchin in “Infancia Terrible” for Elle Mexico July 2014, photographed by Paul Morel.

(via anabundanceof)

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